Here’s a new twist on the graduation lei. I think this project turned out beautifully! And, the
video tutorial is less than 2 minutes long! I’m pretty proud of myself for that. LOL – Anyway, I think the butterflies are the perfect touch and this could even be used for a wedding or anniversary party.
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May 21, 2018 1 Comment
If you can’t find acorns, you can use any large quantity of nuts, seeds, beans, or pods that you can find!
Optional: bake nuts for 15 minutes at 350 degrees to kill off any insects or little creatures that may be hiding inside.
Bind straw or other item to create a form for your wreath; or simply purchase a form.
Glue nuts diagonally to the form using hot glue (skip the back). If you can think of a cheaper, efficient method, please share.
Optional: paint wreath with leftover spray paint. You could also brush or dab paint on.
Hang with saved gift ribbon or cut up some old fabric.
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