Crepe Paper Wreath for Spring
Spring is nearly here! It’s time to remove winter décor, replacing it with spring for a fresh look. Today I’m sharing how to make a Crepe Paper Wreath for Spring. This wreath can be used on a door, mantel, or even a porch wall. Customize the crepe paper and ribbon color to coordinate with your decor.
How to Make a Crepe Paper Wreath
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2 rolls of crepe paper – The picture shows three rolls but I only ended up needed two.
Step One – Cover the Wreath form with Crepe Paper
Pin one end of the crepe paper to the wreath using two pins. Wrap the crepe paper around the wreath to cover the styrofoam. Pin the finished end and cut off the excess.
Step Two – Add Ribbon for Hanging
Use pins to attach a coordinating ribbon for hanging.
Step Three – Prepare Crepe Paper
Cut crepe paper into 4” sections.
Step Four – Pin Crepe paper to wreath
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.
Hang and Enjoy!
Hang your wreath and enjoy the fresh spring look it gives your home.
Crepe Paper Wreath for Spring
Make a Crepe Paper Wreath for Spring. Use crepe paper and ribbon colors to match your decor.
- Pin one end of the crepe paper to the wreath using two pins. Wrap the crepe paper around the wreath to cover the styrofoam. Pin the finished end and cut off the excess.
- Use pins to attach a coordinating ribbon for hanging.
- Cut crepe paper into 4” sections.
- 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.
- Hang and enjoy!
Do not hang this wreath in a place where it will get wet.
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Well, this is an interesting wreath! I can picture using rainbow colors and adding Crayola box accents to it! So many possibilities for this fun idea!
Wow! Another gorgeous piece, Paula! This is lovely! Thanks for sharing and linking up with us! xoxo
Thank you, Kristi! It was fun to make.
Adorable. This would be fun for 4th of July too.
I also think that making a red, white, and blue wreath for the 4th would be a good idea. I’ll have to remember to do that!
I love how colorful your wreath is! This is going to be one of my features this afternoon at the Snickerdoodle link party!
Super fun and colourful! Great craft idea!