DIY Paper Christmas Wreath
Video Tutorial & Templates
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This paper wreath with pine cones, orange slices, and stars looks so brilliant! It will become a wonderful embellishment for your home in winter, especially at Christmas.
To make it, download the templates and watch my step-by-step video tutorial below. To save your time, I recommend using a cutting machine, but you also can print the templates and cut them manually.
Looking for more handmade Christmas decorations? Browse our collection of Christmas crafts for more holiday craft ideas.
Use paper of the colors we propose, or change the colors and create your unique design. In any case, you will have fun with creativity and enjoy a beautiful craft made with your own hands.
This tutorial shows how to make a 30-cm / 12-inch diameter wreath. But you can choose a wreath base of any other size and vary the size or quantity of paper branches, pine cones, and stars to create your unique design.
How to make it
When you are ready to make your Christmas wreath, prepare the tools and materials (see the list below). Also, download the templates (you can buy them in our shop) and use a cutting machine or print the templates and cut them manually. Now you are ready – watch the video tutorial and start creating!
If you have any questions, please comment below. I’m always happy to help!
- Cutting Machine or Scissors
- High-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Glue Stick
- Wire Cutters
- Christmas Wreath Templates
- Green, Dark Green, Turquoise, Apple Green, Brown, Yellow, Light Yellow, Orange and Maroon paper (I recommend 120-150 gsm weight)
- Foam Wreath Form 30 cm / 12 inch in outside diameter (e.g. this)
- Crepe paper to wrap the wreath form
- Thick Paper-Covered Floral Wire, 14-18 Gauge (e.g. this)
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Here you can download Christmas Wreath SVG, DXF (for cutting machines) and PDF (for manual cutting) templates. For more information on how to work with templates, see our Cutting Machine and Template FAQ.