Louise created this wreath by rolling 6" squares of the Basic Grey paper into cones, then hot gluing them together along each edge. Using the reverse of the paper, she created a large rosette and layered it with mini rosettes and a noel word. She added layers of scrolls diecut from grungeboard, some Prima flowers and a few berries to finish this sweet wreath with a personal feel.
Why buy a Christmas Wreath when you can make one yourself and personalise it to suit your style! Chris has always preferred pinks and greens for her Christmas decorations rather than the standard red and green. Here she has combined some gorgeous textured and foil finished papers from SEI Christmas Mint and White Elegance ranges to create this very pretty wreath. Chris also used some Strano ribbon, Prima flowers and Pink Paislee Pixie Stick Glitter to finish off this piece.
For instructions on how to create your very own wreath please check out this link.
We found this gorgeous festive wreath created by Tracie Hudson by cutting 1/2 inch wide strips from sheets of Tradition patterned paper. The paper was then curled using scissors and simply attached to a polystyrene wreath using pins. More of Tracie’s stunning work can be seen over on her blog, where visitors are always welcome.