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Autumn Paper Loop DIY Wreath

Autumn Paper Loop DIY Wreath
Autumn Paper Loop DIY Wreath
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Challenge yourself to try something new this autumn with a paper craft that is sure to drop jaws. You'll love the way this Autumn Paper Loop DIY Wreath looks in your home from September all the way up to November. These paper craft ideas would be extra fun to complete with a crafty group of friends, so you can all go home with something decorative and unique. Of course, these easy paper crafts are just as enjoyable to make by yourself, and all your guests will be wondering where you got such an exquisite wreath.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsCraft Foam, Paper

Primary TechniqueFlorals/Wreaths



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I think this is really pretty. I do a little scrap-booking and I can see making this in other wreath themes. Depending on the paper that you select it could easily become a Christmas, Easter or even a Halloween wreath. If you walk down any scrap-booking aisle you will easily find the necessary materials to make this easily.

If you do a lot of paper projects, this autumn paper loop DIY wreath my be more appropriate for you because you may already have a ready supply. However after much research I did find that plain paper can be purchased in the local hobby store at less than 50 cents a page and this pattern calls for only six pieces. So in the end, this could be a fairly inexpensive project to complete.

I almost passed this one up, but I'm glad I stopped to take a look! It's so simple that it has almost endless possibilities in color as well as form. Longer loops would make it shaggy, red and green would make it for Christmas, and so on. I wonder if construction paper would work as well?


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