So I did it, I gave in and made a walnut wreath.
So I bought four bags of the JUMBO walnuts. I am not walnut expert but they are big guys! I ended up using every single one so if you use a ten inch wreath form then you may want four bags as well.
I started off by glueing the walnuts to the wreath. I made sure to also glue the walnuts to each other for added support.
Easy. Easy. Ba. Boom! When I finished my wreath weighed the size of a
I knew I wanted to coordinate my wreath to match my Christmas colors so I gave it a coat of Kilz Primer as well as a nice cover of Krylon white spray paint. That's right my spray paint obsession continues.
While the wreath dried I sorted through some fan-tabulous ornaments that I picked up at Wal-Mart. I decided to use these ornaments to embellish the wreath. The best part about these little guys is that they were only a dollar a piece.
Sparkly, cute, and cheap, what could be better?
I then took my nifty glue glue and stuck the ornaments to the wreath, added a coordinated ribbon and hung the 50 pound wreath on our front door!