Like what you read!



DO-it-yourself ideas

Learn to create fun stuff at home, assorted by craft categories and more.

Upload Your Own Creations

Christmas Paper Wreath

| Paper Craft > Other Paper Crafts

By Hobby Ideas

Difficulty Level Intermediate

What a wonderful way to recycle your old magazines and make this welcoming wreath this Christmas season. Colour it in bright colours and hang it on the entrance or in the house, to give a warm welcome to your guests


how to do it yourself

STEP 1:-

Take recycled magazine papers
Apply a thin coat of Acrylic Colour - Pink 18 on few pages and Light Green 12 on few others.
Leave it to dry

STEP 2:-

On drying spread Fevicryl 3D Outliner Glitter - Silver 402 on the painted papers using a thick flat brush

STEP 3:-

Draw circles in three sizes small, medium and big, measuring 4", 5" and 6" diameter, respectively, on the pink coloured painted magazine papers
Draw about 20 circles of each size
Cutout the circles

STEP 4:-

Take green coloured painted magazine papers
Draw maple leaves on it
Draw about 20 such leaves and cutout the leaves

STEP 5:-

Take an OHP sheet and draw a circle of 12" in diameter
Cutout the circle to make the base of a wreath
Stick the maple leaves on the edges of the wreath with Fabric Glue

STEP 6:-

Make the cones out of the pink circles
Stick the outer most layer of the cones first. This layer is made using the biggest sized circle
Stick medium sized cones next to the outer layer using Fevicol MR
The inner most layer of the cones are made using small sized circles

STEP 7:-

Enhance and decorate the cones using Fevicryl 3D Outliner Glitter - Silver 402
Decorate the centre of the wreath by sticking ornamental stones - white, green and red using Fabric Glue for a complete look

you will need

Fevicryl Acrylic Colours - Pink 18, Light Green 12, Fevicryl 3D Outliners Glitter - Silver 402, Fevicryl Fabric Glue, Fevicol MR, Fine Art Brushes, Colour Palette, Water Container, OHP Sheet, Recycled Magazine Papers, Ornamental Stones (white, green, red)