Lucky Me Photo Wreath


Lucky Me Photo Wreath

Display pictures of your favorite people and things with this Lucky Me Photo Wreath that's perfect for St. Patrick's Day! This is also one of those wreath craft ideas that you can easily adapt for any other holiday; just change the color scheme and voila! Find out how to make this cute and clever St. Patrick's Day craft by following along with this tutorial from craft designer Maureen Wilson.


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  • Wreath form or pipe insulation tube
  • Green fabric
  • Green tulle
  • Hot glue gun
  • Clothespins
  • Duct Tape
  • Scrapbook paper
  • Double-sided adhesive
  • Paint and paint brush
  • Photos
  • Glitter Paper


  1. If you are constructing your wreath form from pipe insulation tube, cut the tube about 4 times the length you want the width of your wreath to be, the shown wreath is 45".
  2. Wrap the two ends together to meet and Duct tape in place.

    Note: If you purchased your wreath form skip ahead to step 3.
  3. Cut strips of green fabric about 4" wide and wrap them around your wreath form, securing with hot glue.
  4. Once your wreath is covered, add some green tulle using the same technique to give your wreath some fullness.
  5. Measure your clothespins and then cut strips of patterned scrap paper to the same dimensions. Cut one strip for the front of each pin.
  6. You can leave your pins bare, or you can paint them. If you paint them, allow to dry completely before proceeding.
  7. Add the paper strips to the top of the clothespins using double-sided adhesive. Then, glue the clothespins to the wreath form.
  8. Print out the phrase "Lucky Me" and adhere it to the back of your glitter paper, face down.

    Note: You could also choose to print the phrase using "mirror image," if you have trouble seeing through the paper.
  9. Hot glue the phrase along the bottom of your wreath at an angle.
  10. Print out your pictures and add one to each clothespin on your wreath.
  11. To hang your wreath, tie a segment of tulle onto the wreath and tie a bow to that loop with another piece of tulle.






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