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Scrapbook Paper Christmas Wreath Craft
Today is the first day in the 12 Days of Christmas Series and I’m sharing an easy scrapbook paper Christmas wreath craft. While I would love to make a wreath out of pine boughs clipped from the snowy woods, I just don’t have the time for that. I don’t have pine trees or woods close by…so there’s that too. But here’s a pretty wreath made from paper, glue, and scissors that’s just as fun and a whole lot easier! Hang them from your kitchen cabinet, or place flameless candles on them for an easy centerpiece.
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It’s Day 1 and we’re sharing DIY Wreath Ideas!
Scrapbook Paper Wreath Supplies
Scrapbook paper in different patterns of green and red
Start by drawing three sizes of holly leaves on the back of your green scrapbook papers. I drew mine freehand but if you need a template you can find several online.
Use a small plate or bowl to make a ring that you’ll attach your leaves to with glue.
Glue the leaves around the ring of paper with the larger leaves as the bottom layer, the medium leaves as the second layer, and the smaller leaves on the top.
Cut a few berries from the red scrapbook papers. Glue the berries to the paper.
I used a strip of red paper look like the ribbon hanging the wreath.
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