Shell Wreath

Bring a little of the White House to your house by creating this seashell beauty.
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Materials and Tools:

12" foam wreath
24" floral wire
wire cutters
glue gun
hot glue and 2 bags glue sticks
seashells in various shapes and sizes (It took five small bags for this one.)

Steps:

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1. Make two or three loops around the top of the wreath with floral wire and then make a small loop at the top. The small loop will become the hanger for the wreath.

2. Hot-glue the shells to the foam wreath as desired. Make sure to fill in any spaces where the foam shows, especially on the sides.

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