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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Continue Adding Sequin Trim
Once you reach the end of the first roll of trim, apply a strip of glue to the back of the wreath and attach the end of sequin trim. Continue this process until you have fully covered the wreath with sequin trim. Note: Try to always finish and glue a roll of trim on the back of the wreath so that possible imperfections will not be visible.
Glue Arrow Ends Together
The painted arrow ends should be dry. Use school glue to attach both chevron and triangular pieces together, making sure the painted sides face outward.
Add Texture to Arrow Tail
To add texture, cut diagonal lines approximately 1/8-inch apart up both sides of the chevron to create a feathered look.
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