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Paper Flower Wreath Tutorial

This paper flower wreath is easy to make and can be customized with many different kinds of paper flowers in colors for any season!

 

Easy Paper Flower Wreath Tutorial

 

Supplies:

Click to Print ==> Leaf & Butterfly Template

Click to Print ==> Paper Anemone Template

Colored craft papers

Pencil

Scissors

Hot glue gun

Burlap fabric

Foam board or wreath base

 

 

Easy Flower Wreath

 


Easy Paper Flower Wreath Tutorial:

 

 

Step (1)

To create the base you may use any kind of material you want, you may also use a store bought base for the wreath. I used foam board to create the base.

Simply determine the size of the wreath, trace the pattern on the foam board and use a blade to cut out the traced base pattern.

I’m using a strip of burlap fabric to cover the base.

 

 

Step (2)

Apply a small amount of glue on the base and attach any one ends of the burlap strip on the glued area. Wrap the burlap strip around the base; make sure to cover the entire base with the burlap fabric.

 

 

Step (3)

Select colored craft papers for the leaves and butterflies.

Print and cut out the template patterns.

Trace the pattern on the selected craft papers and cut them out nicely.

 

 

Step (4)

Create 5-6 flowers for the wreath.

Choose fall themed colors for the flowers.

You can find the tutorial for these flowers here ==> Paper Anemone Template

 

 

Step (5)

All items ready? Let’s add the items to the wreath base.

First of all, glue the flowers on the wreath.

 

 

Step (6)

You may cover the entire wreath base with flowers or keep small gaps between them.

 

 

Step (7)

Keeping small gaps between the flowers is better;

you’ll be able to add the leaves between the gaps.

Gather the cutout leaves and butterflies.

 

 

Step (8)

Add the leaves between the flowers nicely.

Use hot glue gun to add them to the wreath base.

Glue the bottom ends of the leaves on the wreath;

keeping the outer ends facing outside the wreath base.

 

 

Step (9)

You may keep the butterflies plain and simple or you may also add some details on them.

 

 

Step (10)

Glue the butterflies on the flowers. 

And finally, attach the hanging mechanism at the back side of the wreath. Done!

 

 

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Paper Flower Wreath

  • Author: Tracy Iseminger
  • Prep Time: 30
  • Total Time: 30
  • Yield: 1

Ingredients

  • Colored craft papers
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue gun
  • Burlap fabric
  • Foam board

Instructions

  1. To create the base you may use any kind of material you want, you may also use a store bought base for the wreath. I used foam board to create the base. Simply determine the size for the wreath, trace the pattern on the foam board and use a blade to cut out the traced base pattern. I’m using a strip of burlap fabric to cover the base.
  2. Apply a small amount of glue on the base and attach any one ends of the burlap strip on the glued area. Wrap the burlap strip around the base; make sure to cover the entire base with the burlap fabric.
  3. Select colored craft papers for the leaves and butterflies. Print and cut out the template patterns. Trace the pattern on the selected craft papers and cut them out nicely.
  4. Create 5-6 flowers for the wreath. Choose fall themed colors for the flowers. You can find the tutorial for these flowers by following the link in this post.
  5. First of all, glue the flowers on the wreath.You may cover the entire wreath base with flowers or keep small gaps between them.
  6. Keeping small gaps between the flowers is better; you’ll be able to add the leaves between the gaps. Gather the cut out leaves and butterflies.
  7. Add the leaves between the flowers nicely. Use hot glue gun to add them to the wreath base. Glue the bottom ends of the leaves on the wreath; keeping the outer ends facing outside the wreath base.
  8. You may keep the butterflies plain and simple or you may also add some details on them.
  9. Glue the butterflies on the flowers. And finally attach the hanging mechanism at the back side of the wreath. Done!

 

 

Easy Paper Flower Wreath Tutorial

 

 

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Tracy Iseminger

Tracy is a busy mother and social media junkie. Her adventures in cooking led her to create Daily Dish Magazine. She has a passion for travel and wine. You can find her writing at Back Porch Somm as well. She works with a local digital marketing agency and as a Dental Hygienist, but her favorite thing to do is spend time with her family.

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