Since you have the burlap you might as well make this as full as you can make it.
Third, measure out a 7″ circle of Plastic Stiff Canvas and cut it out.
You will take the additional chenille stems and cut them into small pieces and thread through the canvas on the side of the bottom of your circle and attach your brown poly burlap.
You will attach to the back side of the canvas and pull it over the front and then secure it on the backside of your canvas.
Keep repeating this process until you fill the whole canvas to achieve the desired look for your center.
Take the 2 zip ties and thread them through the back of the canvas and attach it to the wreath frame.
It is important to know that you can adjust your petals throughout your wreath creation. (I like to secure the leftover chenille stems on the back of the wreath to make my petals a little more secure).
You will also need to trim up your wreath because whenever this type of burlap is cut it will fray a bit.
I use the Poly Burlap because it will hold up to the weather better than a regular burlap or paper mesh burlap. You can also make your own wreath frame using your own chenille stems and make the wreath larger. If you use a bigger wreath frame, just be sure you purchase more materials to make the flower bigger.
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