In case you missed it, I thought I would recap the post today and show you what the project looked like:
a cool chrome skull wreath.
This is essentially a basic rag wreath. But the ‘star’ of the wreath is a skull – a chrome motorcycle part.
I picked up the skull at a flea market for $10. I have no idea what you use it for, except that it can be attached to a motorcycle. The seller warned me that the screws in the back were stripped, but I did not care. I did not have plans to put this hardware on a bike. I mentioned to the man that I planned to use it for Halloween decor. He looked skeptical. LOL!
In addition to the skull, I also used:
– Black and pewter paint
– A wooden plaque
– Super glue
– Picture hanging hardware
– A foam wreath form
– Scraps and strips of black fabric
– Electrical tape
If you want the nitty-gritty details about how to make the wreath, please go and read the full post over at TT&J.
– I painted a wooden plaque and attached the skull to it with glue.
– I made a basic rag wreath and then hung the wreath and plaque together.
NOTE: This skull is solid metal. It is very heavy. I had concerns that it could fall off whatever I put it on. So I needed to make sure it was securely attached to the wreath hanger. This is why I put the wreath together the way I did. You’ll see what I mean when you read the post.
At the end of the project, I ended up with:
A simple rag wreath with a little motorcycle bling.