Create a fresh take on a classic evergreen wreath by composing ones from fruit.
1. If using florist's foam sheet as a wreath base, make a pattern by drawing a 21x25-inch oval on newspaper and cut it out. Lay the pattern on the foam and trace around it with a marker. Use a foam cutter to cut out the shape and round off the edges.
2. Cut the felt into 2x18-inch lengths; wrap each strip around the wreath and secure with pins, overlapping the strips slightly.
3. Reserve one-third of the artificial fruit. Lay the rest on a drop cloth. Lightly spray-paint with copper, holding the can 15 inches away from fruit. Spray only to cover one side of the fruit. Let dry.
4. Cover the painted half of the spray-painted fruit with spray adhesive, then immediately sprinkle copper and gold glitter over the fruit while the adhesive is still tacky.
5. Hot-glue the fruits to the felt closely to one another, interspersing nonpainted fruit with painted fruit. Adhere smaller fruits on top.
6. Tuck evergreen sprigs between the fruits; hot-gluing the pieces as necessary.