Most people may only think of wreaths around the holidays, but I love them all year long. Holiday wreaths made from boxwood or pine, mini bottle brush ornament wreaths, feather wreaths, and wreaths made of vintage ornaments — yes, yes, yes, and yes, please! Naturally, I’m head over heels for paper wreaths, which are fantastic because they’re usually inexpensive to make, as well as being lovely!
Here are a few favorite paper wreath tutorials. I don’t know about you, but I want to make them all!
Lindsay from Living with Lindsay shows us how to make an awesome wreath using pages from a book that she bought at the dollar store. I can’t get over how beautiful this wreath is for how inexpensively it was made, and I’ve already got a thrift store book ready to make my own – spotted on Dollar Store Crafts :
Use gift wrap, patterned paper, magazine pages, etc. to make the oh so pretty paper leaf wreath by Lisa of The Red Thread:
You can use whatever type of paper you’d like, but I love the use of sheet music pages on these little origami ornament wreaths by Domesticali. They’d make great gift embellishments, too!
Happy paper crafting!
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