Vibrant Paper Wreath

Vibrant Paper Wreath


Handmade paper crafts leave you with a feeling of accomplishment and leave your home looking great.  This fantastic project from Craftwell will make a nice addition to your fall and autumn decorations.

Vibrant Paper Wreath


  • 12” Wire Wreath Frame
  • Various Stringing Beads
  • Various Cutting Materials
  • (shades of green, yellow,
  • cream, red, and pink):
  • Glitter Paper
  • Matte Cardstock
  • Shiny Cardstock
  • 22 Gauge Floral Wire
  • 1/16” Brad Hole Punch
  • ECraft Machine
  • SD Card- Fundamentals 1


Cut flowers from Category 3:

Image 1- Skinny flower
Image 2- thick Flower
Image 3- Medium Flower
Image 4- Flower Background
Image 7- Flower 3
Image 9- Flower 5
Image 14- Flower 8

Flower clusters are layered,smallest size on top to thelargest size which is thebackground

Cluster 1

Vibrant Flower Wreath

  1. Image 2 ‘Thick Flower’
  2. Background: 4”
  3. Second Layer: 3.5”
  4. Third Layer: 3”
  5. Fourth Layer: 2.5”
  6. Image 14 ‘Flower 8’
  7. Top Layer: 1” 

 Cluster 2

Vibrant Flower Wreath

  1. Image 7 ‘Flower 3’
  2. Background: 4.5”
  3. Second Layer: 3.5”
  4. Image 9 ‘Flower 5’
  5. Third Layer: 1.5”
  6. image 2 ‘Thick Flower’
  7. top layer: ‘1”

Cluster 3

Vibrant Flower Wreath

  1. Image 7 ‘Flower 3’
  2. Background: 4”
  3. image 2 ‘Thick Flower’
  4. Second Layer: 3“
  5. Third Layer: 2.5”
  6. Fourth Layer: 2”
  7. Top Layer: 1”

Vibrant Flower Wreath

  1. Image 2 ‘Thick Flower’
  2. Background: 3.5”
  3. image 7 ‘Flower 3’
  4. Second Layer: 3“
  5. Image 9 ‘Flower 5’
  6. Third Layer: 1.5”
  7. Image 2 ‘Thick Flower’
  8. Top Layer: 1”
  1. All clusters can be adjusted in size to add contrast and depth to the wreath.
  2. Once all images have been cut, punch a hole in the center of each flower.
  3. Slide bead onto floral wire, creating a ‘U’ shape & resting the bead in the curve of the ‘U’.
  4. Take the two open ends of the wire & thread them both through the top of the flower cluster, heading downward through the background, and out the underside of the cut background layer.
  5. Twist the two open ends of the wire around the frame of the wreath, securing the flower cluster in place.
  6. Repeat above steps until wreath is filled & complete


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This is very pretty and I would like to try it. Where can I get the patterns for the flowers?

I just googled fall flower images and got some nice patterns, leaves, too. I'm going to use some fall scrapbooking paper I got on sale.

I agree ladydi926 9443617 this is a very pretty wreath with so much depth and texture. Unfortunately I think this is originally set up for cutting the flowers with a die cutting system and unless you have it it's going to be quite a bit of "fussy" cutting!!! I love the colors the artist chose too! The texture from adding the bead in the center of each flower is a great addition as well.


This wreath is an inspiration. I just look at it and my head fills with so many ideas.


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