It’s a snowy, blowy day here, and a good day to think spring with these eight, Pretty Paper Flower Wreaths. These wreaths are made with magazine pages, scrapbook paper, neon bright paper, and even plain brown kraft paper. You can use paper punches, or, if you prefer, I have options for wreaths cut out the good old fashion way – scissors and patterns. So, gather a few sheets of your prettiest papers and craft a little spring today.
We’ll start with this sweet, Magazine Page Flower Wreath made by Angela from Gauche Alchemy.
Over at the Guyer Family blog, Angela made a Paper Flower Wreath from paper hearts. If you don’t have a heart paper punch, that’s o.k. because Angela also provides a template for the hearts.
For another take on flowers made from paper hearts, here’s Shannan’s Flower Wreath from Flower Patch Farm Girl. Don’t you love how she used pennies for the flower centers?
Looking for a shortcut? You can still make a beautiful Spring Flower Wreath by covering just half the wreath with paper flowers. That’s what Em from Sewing by Moonlight did when she made her Flower Punch Wreath for a friend’s baby shower.
Do you remember Beckie’s Neon Flower Wreath from last year? This one will perk up a winter’s day!
Recycle a few brown paper bags and packing paper to make this Kraft Paper Flower Wreath. If you prefer, use your favorite scrapbook papers. More good news – no paper punches required. StyrofoamCrafts.com has patterns for you to use instead.
And finally, I love the bright flowers on this Flower Power Wreath. It’s made with fabric but it’s easy enough to substitute paper instead. No need for punches – you’ll find easy-to-use patterns on StyrofoamCrafts.com.
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And one more reminder that you have till midnight tonight to enter to win the e-book Spa Crafts, and a copy of the book Steampunk Chic, too. Good luck!
How’s the weather where you are? Any signs of spring?