If you ask my mom and I our favorite wreath making “tool” that we use, we will hands down, 100% of the time, tell you our Surebonder Glue Skillet! We have been using Surebonder’s glue skillets for years…I would say at least ten (way before they made them in their awesome lime green color). Their glue skillet has made wreath making so much easier for us. I (Amanda) am a lefty, so when I try to make wreaths with a glue gun, the cord is always in the way, and I end up frustrated and things get messy, but with my Surebonder glue skillet I can be “hands free”, meaning I don’t have to fumble with my glue gun and cord while I am trying to place my flower stems in my wreath base. I can just dip the ends of my flower stems into the glue skillet and put them directly into the grapevine. Easy Peasy!

Surebonder Glue Skillet Makes Wreath Making Easier!

I also absolutely LOVE our Surebonder glue pads. The one’s that we have are 19″ x 19″ and are so handy. Any glue that spills onto them easily wipes right off with a rag or cloth. You would not believe how many tables we have ruined because of hot glue mishaps, but with these Surebonder silicone pads we don’t have to worry about ruining our tables anymore, which makes us and our bank account happy! 😉

Surebonder Silicone Pad

We also love using our Surebonder detailed mini glue gun for small projects, and to take with us on the go. It is small enough to throw in our purse which is a BIG plus. (I pretty much have everything you could possible need in my purse, so it is only fitting that I have a glue gun in there for craft emergencies!) – Surebonder also makes the coolest colored glue sticks! I did not even know that colored glue sticks existed until I found the ones from Surebonder.

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If you are a wreath maker, crafter, or diy-er then I know you will LOVE your Surebonder glue skillet (and all of their products) just as much as we do, so you should definitely give it a try! If you already own one of their awesome glue guns or glue skillet, let us know how much you love it in the comments below! 🙂