They used our blond wheat wreath and painted it with metallic gold spray paint. Here are their description and instructions below:
Between informal soup suppers and one big dinner, the
front door sees a lot of action this month. Hang a festive
wreath to welcome guests—and the season.
Bring luster to a traditional harvest wreath
with metallic spray paint. Divide one bunch
of dried wheat into three groups. Use a light
touch to paint each group a different finish
(we used gold, copper, and brass). Tuck the
stalks into a purchased wheat wreath and
hang. For more ways to add glimmer to your
home, turn to page 40.
Wreath and loose wheat stalks, CuriousCountryCreations.com”
And on page 42 it shows our blond wheat wreath on the wall. Here is wheat they say:
“Metallic spray paints
give a wheat wreath
its subtle sparkle.”
We were excited to say the least. We remember helping them in the spring with this project,
but did not remember it much in November when the magazine came out. It turned out great and
we have had a lot of customers purchase this wreath for this very purpose.
It has been a great experience for everyone.