Cupid's Arrow Wreath
Love is in the air, and you can let everyone know by embellishing your front door or mantel with a gold and sequined wreath caught by Cupid's arrow.
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Draw Arrow Details
To create the point and ends of the arrow, use a ruler to draw a triangle on a folded piece of cardstock. Cut out. Then, use the ruler to draw a chevron-style arrow tail on a folded piece of cardstock (Image 1). Cut out. Once all four pieces are cut out, paint them to match your dowel. Set aside and let dry. Tip: For extra sparkle, I added fuchsia glitter to the tip of the arrow's point.
Insert Dowel Into Wreath
Once the dowel has dried, insert it back through the wreath form.
Add Sequin Trim to Wreath
Find the top center of the wreath and turn it over; this will be your starting point. Apply a vertical strip of glue to the wreath and attach an end of sequin trim. From here, wrap the sequin trim around the wreath, ensuring none of the wreath form pokes through. You can wrap the sequins as thick, loose, straight or imperfect as you like to create the look you desire.
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