Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Etceteras: paper flower wreath

Ever since I made these little paper flowers, I wanted to make some more. That became an understatement when I decided to make a wreath using the paper flowers. I learned that it takes quite a few flowers to make a wreath.

To make this paper flower wreath, I used a variety of rice paper in earth tones and a small embroidery hoop as a base.

Once you roll a large quantity of flowers…roll some more and then some more. I actually thought I had enough flowers at this point. You can find the flower tutorial here.

I glued the flowers onto the hoop with a hot glue gun.

I love the way this turned out.
The brown, beige and soft pink colors are a nice break from the vibrant autumn tones that are all around us right now.

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  1. So adorable. I love the sweet soft colors. Maybe I'll try this!! Thanks for the idea (:


  2. This is just BEAUTIFUL! I am going to have to try this out! I'm following you as of now- love to have you as a friend back :)

  3. This wreath is gorgeous! I love the colors. Found your blog via The Girl Creative.

  4. Very pretty!! Romantic feeling!!! I can't believe those are paper flowers!

  5. Ooooh, pretty! Thanks for linking up to Mad Skills Monday!

  6. Ooooh la la! I'm a huge paper flower junkie. This is going to be featured for sure. My goodness you're talented.

  7. Beautiful! Visiting from Tip Me Tuesday.

  8. Beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing this and your other projects on Craft Schooling sunday, great to have you and hope you'll join us often! all the best!

  9. I heart paper flowers, and I appreciate how long it takes to make something like this. Beautifully done.


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