One of the fun things about DIY projects is combining different crafts you’ve already made to create something new. If you reuse your projects in different ways, too, I’d love to hear about it! This paper and felt eucalyptus wreath is a combination of our crepe paper eucalyptus branches, felt eucalyptus, and vellum eucalyptus.
If you like using wreaths as home décor and wish they would last longer, try making this paper and felt eucalyptus wreath! A handcrafted wreath is a great way to bring some greenery into your home that you can enjoy for a long time. You could hang this wreath on your front door, on your mantel, or on one of your walls.
Not only does this DIY eucalyptus wreath combine three different projects, but it also uses three different materials. Using crepe paper, vellum paper, and felt gives our wreath some great texture and depth. And it makes it look a bit more interesting, too, we think!
Have you made any wreaths this year yet? If so, we want to see! Make sure to use the hashtag #MadeWithLia when you post your pictures on Instagram. Happy crafting!
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- Cricut Maker (recommended)
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Paint Brush
- Pliers/Wire Cutters
- Lia Griffith Heavy Floristic Crepe Paper: Botanical Garden Collection — Juniper
- Wool Blend Felt by Benzie — Blue Spruce
- Cardstock — Green
- Green Paper Covered Floral Wire — 18-Gauge
- Floral Tape — Bark
- PanPastel — Chromium Oxide Green Tint (660.8)
- Karin Art Marker — Blick Studio Marker in Dark Green (049)
- Grapevine Wreath Form
How to Make a Paper and Felt Eucalyptus Wreath
- First, you will need to make your crepe paper eucalyptus branches, felt eucalyptus, and vellum eucalyptus. You can find all of the patterns and photo tutorials for these projects at the end of this post.
- Next, attach your vellum eucalyptus to the wreath form with your low-temp hot glue gun.
- Add your felt and crepe paper eucalyptus by pushing the wire stems into the wreath form; use hot glue to secure any loose pieces. Note: Be sure to attach the eucalyptus branches in the same direction rotating around the wreath form.
- Need some more guidance? Watch the animation below to get an idea of how to layer your eucalyptus wreath.
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