No matter the season or space, this copper leaf wreath makes for such a marvelous metallic statement piece. If you’re hanging this around the holidays, you might also like some copper accents for your Christmas tree. Our copper leaf ornaments would complement this wreath nicely.
Some other decorations that would work with this wreath throughout fall and winter are our metallic crepe paper pinecones and acorns. We love using metallic colors as accents in our DIY home décor—what about you?
Our latest DIY wreath is a copper showstopper. This copper leaf wreath is as simple to create as it is stunning! Just gather the tools and materials listed here, and craft along with our easy-to-follow photo tutorial.
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- Embossing Metal Sheets in Copper
How to Make a Copper Leaf Wreath
- Gather the craft tools and materials listed above. Then download and print the leaf template at the end of this post.
- Cut out a wreath form from a scrap of cardboard. Ours has a 14″ outer diameter and an 8″ inner diameter.
- Using the embossing tool, trace the pattern onto the copper sheet.
- Following the template notes, cut out all your leaves with scissors.
- Using a hot glue gun, begin gluing the leaves to the wreath form. Glue about three leaves across and layer them over each other.
- Continue gluing the leaves to the wreath form until it is fully covered. Adjust the leaves’ shapes by ending the copper to give it more volume.
Want more DIY wreaths? Browse our projects here.
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