Craft: rolled paper wreath
Old book pages rolled into cones and applied to a frame create this Fall wreath.
Yes I’m a bit early for Halloween!
The ends of the paper rolls are coated with a black and dark purple glitter mix:
This is a spin on my paper wreaths, star and star ornaments from last Fall:
The center banner is simple cardstock with glitter sticker letters:
The paper rolls really create a lot of volume:
Here’s how I made the paper wreath:
1. Obtain a plastic frame, mine has an 8″ x 10″ opening in the center.
Cover the outer edge of the frame with a strip of drop cloth or neutral fabric.
2. Make paper rolls:
I used old book pages torn into little rectangles about 2″ x 3″.
Roll into cone shape and hot glue:
3. Hot glue rolls to frame starting in corners and then equally spacing as you go:
4. One layer on, now add a second layer in the same fashion to cover remaining frame bits showing through:
5. Apply glue straight from bottle to edges of paper then sprinkle glitter over glue:
Add ribbon and banner:
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