This Springtime tutorial shows you how to make a Sunflower Wreath using clothespins
What you need
2 Packages of Dollar Tree clothespins
Hot glue gun/ glue sticks
Black Spray Paint, Golden Sunset Spray paint
Spray paint the clothespins with the golden sunset spray paint and the pizza pan with the black spray paint (Allow for at least 30 minutes to dry depending on the humidity in your area. The clothespins took a while to dry)
The easiest way is to peg them onto a piece of cardboard and rotate the cardboard around and flip it for the backside coat.
Next clip all of the clothespins to the pizza pan outer edge. I left a little bit of space in between the clothespins so they didn’t look bunched. You will have space remaining and this is where you will add the flowers.
Using your hot glue gun add some hot glue to the backside of the pizza pan and add the rope to make a hanger for the wreath
I just pulled off the 2 pieces of the boxwood I used from the bunch. Add some hot glue to the open section of the pizza pan and add the boxwood pieces and press firmly.
I used some wire cutters to cut off the bottom section of the sunflower bunch. Next, apply a decent amount of hot glue to the stem of the sunflower and the pizza pan and press down firmly.