Here is my version of the wreath!
MATERIALS and TUTORIAL
I used 3 bags of cherry sours. I think they were less than a $1.00 a bag. (Warning: you will want to eat cherry sours during your project, maybe get some candy that you don't like) I bought these because they were cheaper than the gumballs.
I found this floral wreath at the Dollar Tree.
And then you will need your old, trusty hot glue gun to glue the cherry sours onto the wreath.
There really isn't a science to gluing the candy. I just glued where I thought it would look best and tried to keep some kind of pattern. (Please, remember not to burn yourself in the process. Um, I might have done that a few times)
Here is the wreath with all of the candies glued down.
I used Rust-oleum apple green spray paint from a left over project to paint the wreath. I sprayed it with one coat (if it was something that would be handled a lot I would put more coats on).
I found some pretty pink ribbon and tied it around the wreath. It was just the right touch of spring.
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