Hot Glue Gun
Every craft store I went to was out of the foam wreath forms so I opted to use a wooden one. I was a bit worried my wreath would not look very full since the form is flat, but boy was I wrong. The form is much less cumbersome, incredibly light and under $5 making it perfect for this project. I do think you would need another boa for this project if your choose a foam form over the wooden.
This project is SO easy and take under 15 minutes. To begin find the rope end of your feather boa. Simply hot glue the rope to the wreath form and begin to wrap the boa around the wreath. Make sure none of your wreath form is showing as you continue to wrap the boa around it. If you opt to use the additional feather craft accessories like I did you can fill in with this to make your wreath a bit more full.
Unlike with the ornament wreath you do not need to tie your ribbon on before you glue on the boas. I picked the least full spot and tied the ribbon around it and voila!
Since Valentine's day is just around the corner I also picked up a felt "XOXO" pretty at Michael's and added this to my wreath. I simply affixed it so that I can remove it once February 14th has passed and replace it will glitter eggs for Easter.
I am extremely pleased with my feather wreath and cannot wait to make another for the Fall. I am thinking a black one with glitter skeletons would be perfect for Halloween! This would also be darling for a baby shower or bridal shower (in white).
NOTE: Make this project even more wallet friendly by checking your local Dollar Tree for $1 feather boas!