Crepe Paper Wreath for Spring


Crepe Paper Wreath - By Sweet Pea


Spring is nearly here! It’s time to remove winter décor, exchanging it for a fresh look. An easy-to-make crepe paper wreath can be used on your door, your mantel, or perhaps on a porch wall.  Mine is a focal point for my 2013 Easter Mantel.


How to Make a Crepe Paper Wreath

Crepe Paper Wreath Supplies


16 or 19” styrofoam wreath

2 rolls of crepe paper

Coordinating ribbon

Sewing pins




1.  Pin one end of the crepe paper to the wreath.  Wrap the crepe paper around the wreath to cover the styrofoam.  Pin the finished end and cut off the excess.

Crepe Paper Wreath - Crepe Paper PinnedCrepe Paper Wreath - Crepe Paper Wrapped


2.  Pin on a coordinating ribbon for hanging.

Crepe Paper Wreath - Ribbon for Hanging

3.  Cut crepe paper into 4” sections.

Crepe Paper - 4 Inch Sections


4.  Pin crepe paper to wreath, overlapping each section to make the wreath full.  Continue to add crepe paper sections until the wreath is completely covered.

Crepe Paper Wreath - 3 Sections pinned


5.  Hang your wreath and enjoy!

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Crepe Paper Wreath1

Sharing With:
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Spring Fling at Homework and Flamingo Toes
Tutorials and Tidbits at Stone Gable
Weekend Wrap Up Party at Tatertots and Jello
Spring Hop Link Party at Nest of Posies
Metamorphosis Monday at Between Naps on the Porch


  1. This is adorable and looks pretty simple to make too. Great tutorial! I’d love for you to stop by and link this up to the party I am co-hosting this week. There is a $50 Target Gift Card Giveaway to enter too! Hope to see you soon! Have a great week.

  2. So pretty Paula. Love the green color with your yellow dots…sweet!
    Happy Wednesday!

  3. 😀 Very cute! Still loving your mantel!

  4. Your wreath is so cute, I never saw anything like it. Love your mantel too!

  5. Hi Paula! Your wreath is so very cute and fresh-looking for Spring! Thanks for sharing how you make it with us. I saw your post over at “Savvy Southern Style” blog party.

  6. It’s so pretty, Paula!

  7. great idea! I’m going to have to remember this one next Christmas, too!!

  8. I love the look of that wreath it looks like it took you forever, I don’t know if I’d have the patience to make one for myself…so I’ll just admire yours! 🙂

  9. great idea! So easy!

  10. Very cute! Pinned!

  11. That’s really neat looking … I had no idea it was made from crepe paper! Great idea … I just pinned it.

  12. I love your wreath! What a cool idea. I don’t think I’ve ever seen this technique before, so fresh. Definitely sharing!

  13. I’ve never used crepe paper like this! Great idea – love the pop of yellow and green!

  14. Love it, Paula!! It’s a cross between the ribbon wreath and the crepe rosette one! Genius!

  15. You are one patient person! Great job!

  16. Wow, this looks time consuming, but I love the end result! It has an almost vintage feel to it which is fabulous! Hope you can stop by the enchanted oven.

  17. What a wonderful idea Paula..the possibilities for colors are endless! Way to think outside the box!!

  18. Really cute Paula! Your wreath turned out great.

  19. Love it! Maybe it’s the green and yellow together but it just screams SPRING!!! I’m picking up some crepe paper this weekend!


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