How to Make a Paper Floral Wreath for Spring
Make this pretty spring inspired wreath in just a few minutes.
Oh my goodness, do I love me some paper flowers! They alway take forever to make, so when I found this pack of pre-made lovely Crate Paper flowers, I knew I was sold. They are sooooo pretty! Many of them have glitter and gold foil on them. I just knew I had to make a wreath when I saw them.
To make this lovely paper flower wreath, here's what you need to get started:
- Maggie Holmes Open Book Cardstock Flowers and Leaves
- 12x12 Maggie Holmes Open Book Paper Pad
- Wood Embroidery Hoop
- We R Memory Keepers 1-2-3 Punchboard
- Adhesive Pop Dots
- Hot Glue Gun
First, decide which flowers you want to use. I picked the pink and pastel ones, but the pack is chuck full of multiple colors and sizes.
Using your hot glue gun, adhere a later of flowers along the top of your embroidery hoop. Use the larger flowers on the bottom layer.
Use adhesive pop-dots to layer the flowers for dimension. I tried to stack two or three flowers sporadically around the wreath.
To make your paper bow, follow the instructions on the We R Memory Keepers 1-2-3 punchboard to make a 2.25"x8" Paper bow. You can make it as big or small as you want. I like big bows on wreaths, so just pick the size you love!
I used a lovely dotted paper from the Crate Paper Open Book paper pad, but use whatever you have on hand!
Use your hot glue gun to adhere the paper bow to the wreath.
That's it! Now your paper wreath is ready to hang! I placed it near my desk, but it would look so lovely in a nursery or little girls room too!
For more floral paper inspiration and project ideas, be sure to check out my blog at www.natalme.com!