Painted Paper Wreath | Beautiful DIY Holiday Decor

Hello All!

I am bringing out the paper for this project.  Paper is an amazing medium to work with. It is versatile, inexpensive and easy to obtain.  I have realized that I love creating wreaths.  Last year I made a paper wreath created from book pages. Today I am going to show you how to make a wreath of paper circles, paint and hot-glue. White and Gold look great all year long and especially during the holidays.

DIY Painted Paper Wreath

 Pretty Painted Paper Wreath by Paper and Fox

Here I what I used to create this little beauty.

  • Wreath template
  • Paper Circles
  • Gold Craft Paint
  • Hot-glue gun
  • Scissors

Supplies for wreath

My first step was to line a layer of white circles on the wreath base. I attached them with hot-glue.  Then, I created a gold wash with gold paint and water. I applied the gold wash on the part of each paper circle.

Gold wash on the sides

Once I painted about 70 circles it was time to make little cones. With scissors, I cut a line in the center of each paper circle. I folded one side of  the cut paper on top of the other side to create a cone. I attached the cones with hot-glue.

Paper cones

After I created about 40 of these cones it was time to work on the layout of the wreath.  I played around with it for awhile and determined that 2 rows of cones was a really pretty look.

Paper Wreath

White Circle Paper Wreath

This little pretty lady will be hanging up during the holidays.

If you liked this wreath you might want to check these out.

 

Fall Bean Wreath by Paper & Fox

Book Page Wreath

I hope you enjoyed this project.

XOXO Carmody

 

 

 

4 Responses to Painted Paper Wreath | Beautiful DIY Holiday Decor

  1. Chelsea October 30, 2014 at 10:47 pm #

    Darling!! They look like little seashells.

    • carmody October 31, 2014 at 2:03 pm #

      Thank you Chelsea!

  2. CereusArt November 1, 2014 at 12:04 pm #

    I agree with Chelsea, at first glance I thought they were seashells. Very pretty!

    • carmody November 2, 2014 at 11:20 am #

      Thank you so much for stopping by! You are right they do look like shells.

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