Easy Spring Wreath from recycled material ~ Tutorial.


Making a wreath does not and cannot get easier than this !!!

This simple wreath is made from cardboard from cartons, magazine paper, some ribbon and a few handmade flowers from paper, a can of spray paint and some hot glue !! This is again one project that is all about RECYCLE, REUSE, REPURPOSE !!

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Cut a cardboard using a bucket rim as stencil and the inside using a large plate. Using a blade make the cut. Apply a thick layer of wood glue and adhere thick stripes of magazine paper rolled up to form a loop. Place the outer circle first followed by the inner circle.
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Once they are all adhered to the wreath, spray paint some color of your desire on it. I have not covered the entire space coz I wanted parts of the print peeping thru the green. Let it dry.
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I made a bunting with some leftover pieces of design paper and ribbon. Adhereing it to the bunting randomly with some hot glue.
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I rolled up some scrap paper and made some flowers and attached them using some hot glue.

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Thank you for visiting me today. I leave you with one ofΒ my favorite quotes today :-

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24 thoughts on “Easy Spring Wreath from recycled material ~ Tutorial.

    1. Thank you Crystelle. I love the look of your blog !! So colorful with a touch of retro. Your articles are really great too. Read the one about how to sit like a lady πŸ™‚

    1. Hi Ana !! Wow I just visited your blog and was blown by the amazing creativity on display !! Your an amazing artist honey. Just subscribed to your google+.

  1. Hi, wonderful and great way of recycling everyday materials. Next time please leave a direct link to our blog That Craft Place under your project. Thankyou for joining us.
    Hugs Amanda

  2. Great post! I would love it if you joined and contribute your awesome posts at my link party at City of Creative Dreams on Fridays πŸ˜€ Hope to see you there at City of Creative Dreams Link Party.

  3. I love that you used recycled material! Very smart! I’ve never done something like this before. I should try to find some things like this we aren’t using anymore to try something similar. You’ve inspired me. πŸ™‚ Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Countdown in Style!

    1. Wow Brittnei ~ so glad to have had inspired you. Just visited your lovely blog and ‘liked’ your fb page πŸ™‚

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