Glitter Leaves and Felt Pumpkin Wreath

Glitter Leaves and Felt Pumpkin Wreath

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Glitter Leaves and Felt Pumpkin Wreath
Glitter Leaves and Felt Pumpkin Wreath
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"This colorful wreath was made with leaves that came in a package, template cardboard that I made with a large circle. I purchased some felt pumpkins and pears and I put some glitter in their creases. The leaves were arranged on top of the cardboard frame with craft glue."

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueMixed Media

Type of Paper UsedCardboard

Difficulty LevelEasy

SeasonFall

Materials List

  • Cardboard circle for wreath
  • Assorted colored leaves
  • Assorted glitter
  • Craft glue
  • Felt pumpkins and pears
  • Hole punch
  • String

Instructions

  1. Cut a circle of cardboard (about 12" in diameter)

  2. Arrange the leaves the way you want them on the cardboard.

  3. Put tacky glue on the cardboard, then attach the leaves in the pattern you choose.

  4. Put a few dabs on glue of some of leaves and sprinkle some glitter on some of them.

  5. Put the felt pumpkins and pears dispersed throughout the wreath with glue. Dab a line of glue on sprinkle some glitter on the crease of them.

  6. Put a hole at the top of the wreath.

  7. Use raffia or string to hang the wreath on your wall or door.

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What a cute wreath. The directions are so easy and it doesn't take much at all to make. So it's very inexpensive and you can use materials at the dollar store. The only suggestion I would add is not to use it out doors because of its cardboard base. Here in Florida, humidity would kill it.

Great idea and so pretty! You could take this a step further and use pretty fabrics from your remnant stash and back them with stiff Pellon interfacing and also add so,e wire ribbon embellishments! Some metallics sprigs and twined coils would,look pretty here too, even glittered sprigs!

This wreath project seems to be very easy and my adding your own personal touches with the colors, or the size of the wreath and even the fullness of the leaves attached can change the design of the wreath. I would like to see more colorful leaves and perhaps add more twigs and vines. Using cardboard suggest this wreath will be used inside and add a pretty touch to a wall or door.

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