A couple of months ago, we tried out Cricut’s Knife Blade for the first time to create some chipboard 3D trees. It was so fun and simple—we knew we’d be making more chipboard crafts after that one! We recently used chipboard again to make some Scandi stars to use as holiday (or winter) décor. And today we’re sharing another chipboard craft with you that will look lovely in your home all season long. Made by our designer Meagan, this Scandi house and greenery wreath features three different house designs across the center and pretty winter greens along one side.
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This Scandi house and greenery wreath is really easy to make, especially with a cutting machine. It took our designer Meagan about an hour to make and that includes the cutting time (the chipboard takes a little longer to cut—about 20–30 minutes). And then it’s just eight steps to assemble.
Because this wreath makes such pretty seasonal décor, we think it would be a great idea for a craft night! We’ve listed all the tools and materials you’ll need to make this project. And you can find the SVG file for the houses, leaves, and berries below. We’ve also included a PDF template if you’re cutting this by hand.
We would love to see what wreaths you’ve made for the season! You can share your pictures with us on our Member Make Facebook page or by posting on your Instagram with the hashtag #MadeWithLia. Happy crafting! ~ Lia and team
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- Text Weight Paper — PaperPapers Curious Skin Stone & Curious Metallic Chartreuse and Eucalyptus
- Cricut Heavy Chipboard
- 10″ Gold Hoop
- Wooden Skewer
- Gold String
How to Make a Scandi House and Greenery Wreath
- Gather your craft tools and materials. Then download the pattern at the end of this post.
- Using your Cricut Maker, cut your paper and chipboard according to the template notes.
- Attach the skewer across the center of the hoop using the gold string and wrapping it around both ends.
- Attach a piece of gold string to the top center of the hoop for hanging.
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Love this idea?
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