Time to switch that winter wreath with a spring wreath. Do you always have a wreath on your front door? Or are you like me and have a a few wreaths inside also? Making your own wreath is pretty easy. At least Allison makes it look easy.
She has many tutorials for making all kinds of wreaths, but I am especially smitten (that’s my word this week) with her paper ones.
Could this be any cuter? These flowers remind me of the necklace I’m bribing you with for comments from Allora Handmade. I bought one of Allora Handmade’s necklaces and it’s SO cute. I get compliments each and every time I wear it.
I’ve seen people making these flowers with fabric, felt and now crepe paper! But I must say, I don’t see myself having the patience to make this many flowers. I’d have to settle with a small cluster on one side.
If I did decide to make a thousand of these, she has the tutorial to walk me through it. If you click on the photo, it should take you to her tutorial. Just so you know, I’m drooling over those shutters too. She picked them up for some crazy price.
This wreath would be easy enough and you could swap out the flower for different seasonal material. She not only has a full tutorial on her site on how to make the wreath, but a full tutorial on how to make coffee filter flowers. I think I love this wreath so much because it reminds me of burlap.
Staying with the coffee filter theme, here’s another example of a wreath made entirely of coffee filters. This is the poofiest, fluffiest coffee filter wreath I’ve ever seen. Who knew so many cute things could be made from coffee filters. Mmmm, coffee.
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