Spring Paper Wreath {twelveOeight}

Spring Paper Wreath ~ Learn how to create a gorgeous Spring Paper Wreath with Tanya from twelveOeight. These wreaths make such beautiful decorations for your home. I’m planning on making one to put on the closet door in my kitchen. It’s going to look fabulous! Enjoy the tutorial!


Hi everyone!! I am super excited to be hanging out with you today at The DIY Dreamer! Today I am sharing how I made this simple, romantic rolled paper wreath for our home.  I used basic supplies already had on hand and some surplus scrap booking paper that I have been hoarding saving.

Paper Wreath

Spring Paper Wreath Tutorial

– One flat Styrofoam disk (or cardboard circle) about 6″ in diameter.
– Assorted scrap book paper, I used an assortment that were muted tones, some had hand writing in soft spring colors.
– Piece of jute twine or string for the hanger in the back.
– Scissors and hot glue.

Paper Wreath

Part 1: I left about 40% of the paper sheets I used their full 12″ x 12″ size. I rolled each, tacking it down with glue along the side then attached each to the base. I varied how close to the edge or center I glued the rolled paper down as I worked my way around the base.

Spring Wreath

Part 2: For the next layer, I cut my 12″ x 12″ papers in quarters rolling them, and attaching them on top of the first layer all the way around.The last layer I used small scraps to create the center rolls. But you could use a small mirror, or just about anything to make the center out of.  Once I was done I used a piece of twine on the back, gluing the ends down to create a hanger for the wreath on the back.

Paper Wreath

I think this new wreath will either end up in our upstairs hallway or our master bedroom.  I have not figured out exactly where I want it.  But I am planning the next one!

Spring Wreath

So that is how I made a new Spring wreath for my home with leftover paper, and a few basic supplies.


It’s kind of shabby, pretty, and easy on the budget.
My favorite!

Paper Wreath

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Thank you so much for creating with me today,
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My name is Tanya, and I create and write at my blog twelveOeight.
I am a busy mom to four amazing kids ranging in age from 2 to 21. And my eldest is having her own little one later this year so we are in full baby-planning mode. Most days you can find us knee deep in hot glue, sawdust, and chicken nuggets.
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  1. Paula V says

    This paper wreath is really neat. I once made a friend some fans (folded the wallpaper into a fan). We wallpapered just one wall and painted the others. I made three different sized fans and she put them on the painted wall.

    Thanks for sharing this. I pinned it too.

  2. says

    This looks great, Christine! Heading over to Tanya’s blog now.

    Thanks for sharing this at Marvelous Mondays! I actually stopped by from Make the Scene Monday but I saw that you shared it at Marvelous Mondays as well. :)

  3. VintageBeachgirl says

    I followed your wreath from Home Coming’s web site. I LOVE the way it looks and would like to make one for spring but need an idea of how much paper to purchase since none I have would be suitable for spring. Thanks so much for sharing this great idea, haven’t seen one like it before.