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Wrap the ribbon around the wreath form, overlapping just enough that no foam shows through.
One roll of ribbon will likely not be long enough to cover the entire wreath. As you get to the end of the first roll of ribbon, glue the ribbon to the “back” of the wreath, and then trim off any excess.
Then begin a new roll of ribbon, matching the stripes up with the end of
the prior piece, and secure it with hot glue.
attach it to the wreath. The glue dries quickly, so work one flower at a time. Attach the first flower to the center of the bottom of the wreath, and then continue adding flowers to cover about 1/3 of the wreath of the front of the wreath.
wreath. I then looped the jute on the top of the mask around the thumbtack. Careful not to burn myself, I placed a large dab
of hot glue under the head of the thumbtack and pressed the thumtack down, securing the jute under it.
Then I liberally covered the top of the thumbtack and the area around it with hot glue and allow to dry for a minute. This prevents the weight of the mask from pulling the thumbtack out of place.
the wreath, adjacent to the jute, using hot glue. Then I looped the ribbon around the
wreath a few times, wrapping to the other side of the jute to cover it.