Gift Wrap Wreath

Patty Thurlby
by Patty Thurlby
4 Materials
3 Hours

I found some lovely gift wrap paper at a little shop on the North Coast of Oregon. It was so pretty I thought I would repurpose it into a fresh as spring wreath.

This wreath was so easy to make, just cut out the flowers and assemble on a wreath form.

This is the gift wrap paper I purchased. I needed to repurpose an old canvas picture, but you could just adhere the gift wrap to some poster board with Mod Podge or school glue. The name of the paper is Juliet Rose if you want to Google it. I may be still available online.

After the glue you used to adhere the gift wrap to the poster board is dry , cut out all the flower shapes and sort them according to size and color. Then play with the combination and order you like.

Start attaching the pieces to the wire wreath form by hot gluing them to the wire wreath with extra pieces of paper as shown in the photo.

Some pieces will need to be hot glued on top of other flowers after all the wire form is covered.

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