Would you like to know how to make a paper wreath? In this post, I’ll show you some supplies you might need plus 10 great wreath ideas for spring!
Wreaths for your door can be incredibly expensive! Even buying silk flowers to make a wreath can really run up a bill. But have you ever tried using paper?
How to make a paper wreath:
Below, I’m sharing 10 great tutorial that will tell you exactly how to make a paper wreath. You’ll find a wide variety of ways that will help you learn just how to make the exact one you want.
But first, some tips!
What kind of paper can I use to make a wreath?
You can make your wreath out of pretty much any paper available! I’ve even made one out of plain white copy paper!
I don’t have an actual tutorial for this wreath, but I’ve been missing it, so I may make another one soon. If I do, I’ll be sure to share with you how I did it!
But here are some more papers you can use:
- Book Pages
- Coffee filters
- Crepe Paper
- Scrapbook paper
- Tissue paper
Do I need a wreath form?
Each wreath below has detailed instruction on how to make it. You’ll see which ones use what kind of wreath form. But below are some basic forms that are good for making wreaths:
- Wire wreath form
- Wire Heart wreath form
- Grapevine wreath form
- Styrofoam wreath form
- Metal Craft Hoop
Do I have to have a cutting machine to make a wreath?
I do have a Cricut Explore that I love and use to cut out paper for wreaths and gift bags and cards. They make it so much easier to cut lots of pieces out and you save so much time and energy!
But of course, you can do it by hand! Just trace and cut.
So, now let’s get to these 10 great ideas for making your own!
And if I can save a lot of money, then all the better. I’m all for decorating on the cheap!
In fact, I have some other things you might like to read if you are a budget decorator too:
- How to make the most of your home decorating budget
- 10 Thrifty Decorating Ideas for the budget conscious creative!
- 10 Ways to Shake Up Your Home and Make It Your Own!
- How to Decorate on a Tight Budget
- How to Decorate When You Feel Like You Have No Talent