If you ever made daisy chains as a kid, this DIY project might feel a little nostalgic for you! With spring just around the corner, Meagan has designed this paper daisy chain wreath featuring lots of small papercut details.
Because the pieces are so tiny, we recommend using a cutting machine for this wreath. However, you can always cut by hand using our template instead — just keep in mind that it will be a bit more challenging.
We love crafting every daisy
Along with all the little details, our paper daisy chain wreath is also small in size. So in addition to hanging it up, you could also use it as a head wreath or as a centerpiece for your Easter table. Of course you can always use a larger wreath form than we did if you want to create a bigger wreath.
If you need decorating inspiration, make sure to check out the photos in this post! You can see below how I placed this wreath around a candle next to some of our paper plants. Or you could even make multiple wreaths and put them side by side to create a longer centerpiece. Whatever you do, be sure to share it with us by using the hashtag #MadeWithLia on Instagram or posting photos to our Facebook page for members.
Skill level: Beginner (if using a cutting machine)
Crafting tips: This papercut daisy chain wreath is a great project for using your needle-nose tweezers since the pieces are so cute and tiny. They will also help you avoid burning yourself with the high-temp glue gun!
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- Detail Scissors
- Curling Tool
- Needle-Nose Tweezers
- Cutting Machine (recommended)
- High-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Lia Griffith Frosted Craft Paper – Berry Pack: Color 1, Citrus Pack: Colors 3 & 4, and Succulent Pack: Color 1
- 8.5″x11″ Vellum — White
- Tacky Glue or Art Glitter Glue
- Grapevine Wreath — 6″
How to Make a Frosted Paper Daisy Chain Wreath
- Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the pattern below.
- Cut paper according to template notes using scissors or a cutting machine.
- Glue the centers into the middle of your paper flowers.
- Curl your paper flowers and leaves using a curling tool.
Full tutorial available for members to download below.
For more ideas like this one, take a look at all of the crepe paper flowers you can make, DIY wreaths, and other spring projects.
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Such a lovely project. These small daisies remind me of chamomile flowers. I think they would also be wonderful made in crepe paper and placed on thin stem wires (add a sepal) for a beautiful addition to many arrangements.
Great idea! I love your creativity.
Great Sunday afternoon project! Love it!
Perfect for this time of year!
Very cute – can I use a Silhouette Cutting Machine to make this?
Yes! You will need the software upgrade to use the SVG cut file.