Paper Doily Wreath

4 Materials
30 Minutes
I like to decorate for the season, and that means things can stay up for 3 months! I grabbed a wreath form, some paper doilies, and a battery operated strand of lights and got started!
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I grabbed a 12" wire wreath form from Dollar Tree.
I also bought a couple packages of paper doilies. They were 32 in a pack for all the same size and I used 45 doilies for this project.I folded the 2 sides in to make a point at the bottom and then folded the bottom up to the middle.
I then hot glued doilies around the outer 2 rings all the way around. They roughly fit 3 doilies per section.
I then hot glued the next set in the inside 2 rings all the way around.They fit roughly 2 doilies per section.
I then took a battery operated light strand and put it between the inside and outside rings of doilies. I hot glued the battery pack on the back.
I decided the front was a little plain so I added one more row around the inside ring of doilies.
You could easily use heart shaped doilies for this project as well and simply fold them up and glue.
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  • Jeanne Martin Jeanne Martin on Dec 25, 2019
    Absolutely gorgeous wreath! Did you make the little doily stars (?) on either side of the wreath? I love those too and would like to copy!!

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