⚓ I purchased a hay wreath at my local craft store but you could use a styrofoam wreath form, too.
⚓ I also purchased wooden finials in the wood craft section. I got 8 for the outside and 8 for the inside "spokes"
⚓ I gave all the wooden finials a quick spray of my favorite Heirloom white paint
⚓ While the finials were drying, I wrapped the wreath form with some chevron burlap ribbon. You could also used just plain burlap or fabric to match your decor. I just secured it with a stick pin and dab of hot glue.
⚓ Using the hot glue gun, I glued the finials around the wreath form in an even fashion.
⚓ I then used my circle cutter and cut a big circle for the center and backed it on cardboard for stability. Then hot glued it to the center wooden spokes.
⚓ My friend Amanda with Funkyshique had made me this mini burlap banner with my last name on it so I thought it would be cute to add it to the wreath.
⚓ Another cute option would be to put a painted wooden anchor in the center of the wreath.
tia & andrea