Paper Bag Wreath Tutorial
- Brown paper bags (Walmart)
- 3″ Scalloped Punch (Amazon)
- Hot Glue/Gun
- Pencil or dowel
- Wreath Base (Dollar Tree)
- spray paint (cream colored)
How to Make a Paper Bag Wreath
Step 1: Cut out dozens and dozens of scalloped circles using your paper punch. You can also cut them out using a cricut or silhouette machine, but a paper punch works great. They are going to start to fall all over the place, so go ahead and get out a bowl to keep them in while you punch. Turn on your favorite show on Netflix and get punchin’!
Step 2: Pick up the pencil and wrap one circle around the end. (Do you remember making tissue paper pictures in kindergarten? You know, the ones where you wrap tissue paper around a pencil, dip it in Elmer’s glue then push it onto a paper? This is the same technique. Only use hot glue instead of Elmer’s glue and push them onto a wreath base.) Wrap and gluing until the wreath is nice and full.
Step 3: Give the wreath a light coat of cream colored spray paint. Repeat if desired.
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