2. Tie strips into knots around the wreath. It doesn’t need to be super full, but just enough to use as a base. I found that just glueing the leaves straight onto the metal wasn’t helping much and they needed more of a base for support. Which is why if you are using a wicker wreath, you wouldn’t need to complete this step because there is lots of volume to work with.
4. Once all of the leaves are glued, trim off any fabric that might be visible.
5. Add in your decorative elements/fillers in places where there might be gaps. Use lots of glue and let sit for 24 hours before hanging.