Upcycled Paper Tube Holiday Christmas Wreath

3 Materials
4 Hours

I have seen a lot of these TP Christmas wreaths on Pintrest and I really wanted to make one of my own.

It was an easy project and only tools required are a ruler, scissors, wire cutters, pliers and a glue gun.

It is a pretty simple project. Just cut the tubes and glue five pieces together at the center.

I used a bowl to shape the wreath in a circle.

After gluing the wreath together it was a little limp and looked more like a tear drop than a circle.

I used the pliers to bend a wire hanger into a circle and glued it to the back of the wreath.

Then I used some more tube pieces to fill in the wreath.

Sprayed it with silver spray paint.

I made a few upcycled bobbles to decorate the wreath.

And now it is hanging on our door.

Suggested materials:
  • Hot Glue   (Hobby Lobby)
  • E6000 Glue   (Hobby Lobby)
  • Silver Spray Paint   (Hobby Lobby)
Cindy @ Upcycle Design Lab
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  • B. Dalling B. Dalling on Sep 24, 2016
    Hi! Would you explain how to cut the rolls? And, it looks like it's been sprayed - did you spray it - if so, with what? Thanks!
  • Steeler Queen Steeler Queen on Sep 26, 2016
    I'm not a naturally crafty person, but I found this to be so simply elegant. Could you explain the "baubles" project a bit for me. Thanks!
  • Annie Annie on Nov 10, 2016
    U can also use soda cans or plastic soda bottles...They are stiffer than the paper rolls........ Your wreath is beautiful though... Happy wreathing...
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