St. Patty Wreath

Remember a while ago when I featured the Rose Wreath from I’m a Yarner – I LOVED it and planned on making a pink version for Valentine’s Day  – well, like many projects it just didn’t get done.  But look:

 Then the other day my aunt showed up to craft with this scrapbook cutter thing that cut spirals – I immediately thought of the paper rosettes and making a wreath.  Since the next holiday coming up was St. Patrick’s Day, I dug out all the green paper I had and cut it all with her mat thing – so easy!  I then wrapped a cardboard circle in green fabric (err, green sheet remnant – whatever) and hot glued on the flowers.  So fun!

Sometimes I get so excited to take pictures and show off my creations that I don’t cut threads/pull of glue strings/etc – just keeping it real…..


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  1. says

    I love it! One of these days I will have to try to make those rosettes…
    Found you on the CSI project!
    Have a delightful day!

  2. says

    I love the vibrant greens (that is why I love St Patty’s Day!) FABULOUSNESS!!!!!!! I think I may have to try this with all my paper scraps!

  3. says

    If only we could find out what the cutter thingy was, we might totally be able to copy you! This is such a fun idea, and it looks like you could do it for all kinds of color themes etc. Thanks for sharing. :)

  4. says

    Lovely wreath, which is featured in Good Housekeeping’s email this week. Could you please be more specific about “this scrapbook cutter thing that cut spirals”? I’d like to try making a similar wreath, but am unclear what tool you’re referencing.

  5. says

    Hi Caro – – I need to draw out a picture and update the post, but it’s a diecut that cuts a circle spiral out of paper. Then you roll up the spiral. I’ll try and update the tutorial later today!


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