12 posts tagged wreath
I love all of Lia Griffith’s paper crafts - that woman is a paper genius! You can make the selection of paper succulents into this pretty wreath, or try any of the other projects here.(I also like the succulents in the wooden box!)
I’m determined this year to make all my Christmas presents, but I know I’m going to have to get started early! As soon as I saw this I immediately thought of my mum. She loves anything country and handmade. Though I don’t think she would like the neon, I could always stitch with white felt - but if I was making this for myself I would use neon!
Succulents are my favourite type of plant. They come in so many different shapes, colours and sizes and are so hardy it’s hard for even me to kill them with my black thumbs!
I love Spring, and I love the designs and fashions inspired by spring - pastels are my favourite, and combine them with gold and I’m all over it! This is super cheap to make (and you can just upcycle an old wreathif you want to) and a great way to introduce colour and fun to your house.
Paper Rose Wreath | Ellinee
Isn’t this beautiful? I would love to make this for my mum - she has an affinity for wreaths! Plus the best part of this is that the roses are available as a printable (with that pretty design already printed on the petals) so really the only hard part is cutting them all out!
Hydrangea Wreath | V & Co Tutorial
I’m adding this wreath to my list of Christmas present crafts because I know my Mum would love it! She has a beautiful house and she has a bit of an obsession with wreaths (sorry Mum, it’s true!) This is a really easy wreath to make and hydrangeas can fit into any kind of decor.
Leaves & Lace Felt Wreath | Burlap & Blue
This is an amazing wreath, and I like that it’s made from felt. As soon as I saw it I thought - wouldn’t that look the coolest in all different colours?! You could go in lovely Autumn colours like yellows, oranges and reds, or lots of different amazing brights or even Christmas colours. I love the effect of the ‘leaves’ though it makes me think a little bit of feathers for some reason. I’m going to make one in colours like these adorable clips from Cat Rabbit Plush!
Faux Feather Wreath & Free Download | How-Tuesday
I have one of these already on my wall! I forgot where I’d gotten it from. When I get around to it, I’ll take a picture of my finished one to show you. I didn’t have a metal wreath handy, so I used a embroidery hoop! So easy. In fact, the hardest part was cutting out the tons of feathers. You can print out your feathers in either violet or magenta - I chose magenta of course - and there are four different feathers to choose from. I have to say, it’s really affective!
Butcher Paper Wreath | Alisa Burke
When I first saw this, I thought - ugh, too hard. No, not too hard! This might be one of the easiest wreaths I’ve ever seen. When I make this (that’s right, not if, when!) I’ll make it with that lovely rich brown paper that they use to wrap boxes. That stuff is my favourite! I’m so glad I found this, I’ve been trying to find something new to hang up above my fireplace for ages. Sweet!
Easter Wreath | The Sweet Survival
This is such a cute wreath! I think it’s a great idea to have crafts that you can use year after year and wreaths are a perfect decoration. And little wrapped eggs are so adorable. Time to start decorating Easter style!
PB Knock Off Wreath | Be Sweet
Be Sweet was inspired by a wreath she saw in a Pottery Barn catalogue, and I have to say I actually prefer her version! I see those wreaths in second hand stores all the time but never thought to try and alter them. I will be keeping my eyes open for one now!
DIY Paper Cup Wreath | Twig & Thistle
Who would have thought paper cups could look so nice! So simple and so effective… so cheap! I really like the look of the black board wall too, and the fact that it can be updated and changed to reflect the seasons/holidays/moods. Two great ideas in one post!