I had so much fun designing all of the tiny, delicate details of this frosted paper fairy wreath. You can craft yours as a head wreath, hang it up on a wall or door, or use it as a centerpiece.
Because there are quite a few little pieces to cut, this wreath will be much easier to make with a cutting machine. However, you can certainly cut the pieces by hand using our PDF template.
A fairy cute craft
This month’s collection has a sweet, whimsical feel to it. And this frosted paper fairy wreath fits in perfectly! Our pattern below includes flowers, leaves, and stars, and our tutorial will show you how to arrange them onto your vine wire wreath.
When making your wreath, you can use whatever colors of text weight paper you want. Personally, I used a variety of colors from almost all of our frosted paper packs. I love how these colors look together, and they work really well for spring as well as summer.
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- Craft Scissors
- Cutting Machine (recommended)
- Needle-Nose Pliers/Wire Cutters
- Needle-Nose Tweezers
- High-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Rounded stick (paintbrush end)
- Lia Griffith Frosted Craft Paper – Berry Pack: color 4, Citrus Pack: color 2, Conifer Pack: colors 1 and 3, Melon Pack: colors 1, 2 & 3, and Succulent Pack: color 4
- Lia Griffith’s Favorite Frosted Gold Paper Pack
- Vine Wire – Brown
- Felt sheet (to fold as padding to form flowers)
- Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the pattern below.
- Form a wreath by twisting two strands of branch wire with loops on each end for ribbon tie.
- Using a cutting machine or your scissors, cut all flowers, leaves and stars.
- Fold felt into 8 layers. Press each flower into felt with round end of paintbrush to shape petals.
Full tutorial available for members to download below.
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Approximately how many flowers and leaves are needed?
About 60 flowers and 20 sets of leaves. 🙂
Approximately how long is the branch wire that’s used to create this fairy wreath? I realize that you can adjust the size to be larger with the ties, but I don’t want to make it too long to start. Thanks for your help.
I would start with 2-3 feet. I suggest that you measure around the head then double that length.
This is so pretty! I have a dried flower one but it has seen better days. I am looking forward to making this to replace my old one. Thank you for sharing!
Enjoy! I have mine hanging in my bedroom on the corner of a favorite piece of art my daughter made.
this flower crown is very nice. could please make a crepe paper flower crown next time. thanks!
We have many crepe paper flower crowns on our site. Enjoy!