Paper Flower Wedding Wreath

by Marnie Kirsch
(Newport News, VA, USA)

Paper Flower Wedding Wreath

Paper Flower Wedding Wreath

Materials needed:
- cardstock approximately 50 pieces of 8 1/2” x11” or 35 pieces of 12” x 12”
- 1 16” blank foam wreath form
- 1 12” blank foam wreath form
- 1/2 to 1 yard of co-ordinating fabric
- hot glue gun & glue sticks
- 1.5” floral pins
- image cutting machine ( Cricut Maker, Cricut Ait, Brother Scan & Cut)
- quilling tool

1. Cut approximately 400 flowers on the cutting machine. There can be one or more flower designs. Flower templates should range in size to give wreath greater texture and fullness.

2. Roll flower templates using a quilling tool.

3. Secure each flower to the flower base with hot glue.

4. Attach smaller wreath form on top of the larger wreath form with hot glue or a strong glue. Let dry thoroughly.

5. When wreath is dry and glued together, cover the form with strips of fabric. This minimizes loose pieces of foam from breaking off.

6. Attach flowers - one at a time - to the wreath base that has been covered with fabric.

7. Push a floral pin in the center of each flower
be sure to fill in all areas of the wreath on the front and sides.

8. Leave back empty so wreath can “rest” against the wall when it is hung up.

9. Attach a picture hanging wire or hook to top back center of wreath.

10. Attach ribbon to wreath and or a sentiment in the wreath center.

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Nov 26, 2017
by: Karen from Crafts For All Seasons

This is absolutely gorgeous! I have to try this using my Cricut! Thank you for the wonderful idea and the detailed tutorial!

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