The EZ Wreath form is a metal ring with short pieces of metal staggered around the ring. These short pieces are twisted around your mesh netting, ribbon or fabric to create your wreath.
The wreath is created in the same fashion as using the Work Wreath. It is very lightweight and easy to use. The only other item you might need to create your wreath besides the ring, material and scissors, is possibly needle-nose pliers to make twisting the metal pieces easier.
Lay the EZ wreath on a flat surface and unroll your mesh netting. Start with about 3-4" of netting and place between the two short wires. Twist the wires to hold the mesh netting securely.
We started out with black mesh netting for this wreath. Two colors can be worked with at the same time, or you can go around the form with one, then do the second. Either way is fine, just whichever works better for you. Bunch the mesh netting up in handfuls, about 10" or so. Don't worry with measuring or trying to get each handful the same. Try to stay about the same size, but later when you're finished you can pull and stretch to even out and fill in gaps.
Continue working around the wreath form. One roll of 21" mesh netting usually will go around a form one time easily, depending on the size of your bunches.
A second color can be added in the same fashion. For this wreath we chose a 2" purple metallic mesh ribbon.
Continue around the wreath in the same fashion. Once completed you can add any sort of trim or embellishments to the wreath.
We planned to put the wreath on our back door. So I chose a set of Spider Jingle Bells
from Burton and Burton and positioned them around the wreath.
We also chose an orange glittered Boo Sign
from RAZ to place in the middle of the wreath.
To finish the wreath I tied a bow made from the black and purple metallic mesh netting. The wreath is hanging on the back door, so there is a little jingle every time the grands go in and out......my goodness.....what was I thinking))))))