WOW! Has it been a long time since I've last posted; Grade 11 is getting to be a very busy year! I will try my best to post as often as possible! On to todays home decor project. This is a great way to use the remains of paper stacks for any season; in this case, Halloween! Once you get the hang of making the paper rosettes, this project can be whipped up within an hour or two! Although I really loved how this project turned out, I cannot take credit for this idea. If you want to check out a video on how to make a Paper Rosette Wreath, click here. Here is how my wreath turned out:
I used a K&Company paper stack I picked up last year when Michaels had their Halloween items on clearance. All the stamped images are from a Martha Stewart Halloween Stamp Set.
You can cover the insides of the Rosettes with many things. I used patterned paper, buttons, and stamped images, but don't let that limit your imagination!
After your done assembling your paper wreath with hot glue, quickly go over the wreath with a heat tool to get rid of any excess strands of glue!
I hope you enjoyed my simple home decor project. Just to let everyone know, I have some "special" things in store for you guys so check back often... It may even include a giveaway!
Creative Wishes Like Always,