A Wreath Trifecta 

We chose to hang ours as a set from lengths of vivid red ribbon, a color that really makes the lush green leaves of the wreath pop. I like to use metallic papers because I just love the way the light bounces off it, but as long as you use a text weight paper, you could make these DIY paper wreaths in any paper you choose.


If you have a cutting machine, you can click on the SVG file below to download and cut your two sizes of boxwood and eucalyptus leaves. If you are cutting by hand, then print the PDF onto your chosen paper and cut with a sharp craft knife. Once all the pieces are cut, I suggest folding the boxwood leaves very slightly on the blunt end of your scissors. This gives the leaves more of a 3D shape and will give your paper wreath lots of depth and dimension. With the eucalyptus leaves, it’s a good idea to curl the leaves by drawing your scissors across the leaf away from the base – as you would curl ribbon! To make the wreath, we created a 4.5″ circle with paper wrapped wire and glued the ends together. We then glued our leaves onto the wire one by one, working around the circle as we went, and layering the leaves slightly on top of one another – simple! Members can follow along using the tutorial below.

Holiday_Paper_Mini_WreathsHoliday_Mini_Wreaths_Paper_TNWe are loving sharing your work, so if you have made any of our designs, and would like to share them with us, tag your pics #DIYDreamingWithLia so we can see your amazing work! Enjoy! ~ Lia & team