Nothing brightens your front door more than a decorative wreath. Even better? A wreath that lasts for more than a week or twto. These 10 wreath tutorials will inspire you to make a DIY version for your home that's made out of paper!
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Elegant White Paper Rose Wreath
The first papercraft tutorial offered, will teach you how to make a beautiful cream-colored rose wreath. Hang this beauty on your door to welcome all who enter your home. The design works for every season of the year. This paper wreath design is striking, and its beauty will last a long time, unlike fresh flowers.
Paper flower wreaths may be used for more than home decor. The "Downton Abbey" wreath is also perfect for an upscale affair such as a wedding or even a corporate event. It takes 24 roses to make the wreath so make sure you give yourself plenty of time to craft it. Don't wait until the last minute before your big day. An economical way to add elegance and sophistication to your wedding decor.
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Wallpaper Floral Wreath
You can learn how to make paper flower wreaths from the unlikeliest paper sources. Can you believe wallpaper is the secret behind this project? Most people don't. There is a trick that makes this wreath so pretty. The wallpaper flowers are surrounded by real greenery to give it a natural feel. A bit of nature always adds a beautiful touch to paper floral displays.
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DIY Paper Hydrangea Wreath
Make a metallic paper hydrangea wreath for your front door and get ready for the compliments you will receive from your guests. The metallic sheen of the paper highlights the hydrangeas on the wreath and makes the design especially beautifully.
A second bonus is that from far away the blooms almost look real. Learn how to add dimension to your paper flowers with a two-color printing technique that is covered in the tutorial.
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Recycled Materials Floral Wreath
Crafters that practice recycling will appreciate this wreath. This brightly colored wall hanging is made up of leftover bits and pieces of craft supplies. This flower wreath that will have you smiling every time you look at it! Not only is it beautiful, but it is helping mother earth in a small way.
Wall DecorIdeas:Easy Paper Wall Craft Using Best Out of Waste! from StylenrichContinue to 5 of 10 below.
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Paper Tube Flower Wreath Craft
Paper tube crafts are always fun and never get old. Learn how to make flower wreaths from paper tube ring daisies. The best part about this wall hanging craft is that it only costs one dollar to make. A crafters dream!
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DIY Paper Rosette Wreath
It takes approximately 120 rolled paper roses to make a stunning rose wreath. Don't worry, the author of the tutorial includes a free SVG file for download to cut these lovelies with your Silhouette machine. After you cut the roses, all you have to do is roll and glue. Make them while watching television, and you will have them finished before you know it.
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Recycled Book Paper Flower Wreath
Do you have a lot of old books in your home that are sitting on your shelves collecting dust, outdated and never read? Don't throw them away or give them to a thrift store. Recycle the book pages into paper wreaths. This recycled book paper flower wreath is a craft that would work well as an Earth Day craft for children. It is both cute and thrifty.
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DIY Flower Heart Wreath
A beautiful heart-shaped flower wreath is a must for Valentine's day, but it would also be appropriate for any other time of year. Use a higher grade of crepe paper such as Italian crepe paper to ensure that these flowers look their best. Your home will look lovely no matter the season.
Cosmos Flower Heart Wreath from Lia GriffithContinue to 9 of 10 below.
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Peony Coffee Filter Flowers Tutorial
A Peony coffee filter flower wreath is for you if you are a fan of vintage or shabby chic style. Learn how to make a paper wreath from coffee filters, and your shabby chic home will thank you. The wreath is delicately beautiful and quite feminine. It would look lovely surrounded by antique furniture or knick-knacks.