How do you make a burlap apple wreath?
- Step One: Cover Wreath Form with Burlap Fabric. First, I covered the wreath form with the burlap strips, securing everything in place with hot glue…
- Step Two: Add Apples. Then, I grabbed my apples of various sizes and started hot gluing them onto the form….
- Step Three: Add Moss As Filler.
- Step Four: Hang The Wreath.
How many yards does it take to make a burlap wreath?
For the wreath in this tutorial, it takes 1 1/2 yards of burlap from a bolt of burlap. If you are making a ruffled burlap wreath on a 16-inch wire wreath frame use a 5-inch roll of burlap. It should take about 12-15 yards, depending on how full you want the wreath. Typically one roll is 10 yards.
How many feet of burlap do you need for a wreath?
What you need: 60 feet of 5″ wide burlap ribbon or garland (20 yards) — NOTE: If you’re making more than one wreath, you can also get a 4-pack of burlap ribbon rolls (40 yards or 120 feet ) or a 6-pack of rolls (60 yards or 180 feet ) at a discounted rate.
How do you make an apple wreath?
- Heat oven to 200°F. Cut apples lengthwise from stem end through core into 1/4-inch slices.
- Remove wire racks from oven and place on heatproof surface. Let apples stand about 2 hours or until completely dry.
- Tie 10-inch cinnamon sticks together. Attach to front of wreath with 6 inches of the ribbon.