You may have noticed that I’m loving the idea of adding eucalyptus to my seasonal décor. I included this greenery into my holiday centerpiece this year as well as this elegant rose arrangement. But for today’s project, I wanted to give it a more wintery feel. So instead of using a green hue as I would normally do, I decided to create a white paper eucalyptus wreath.
Below you’ll see these wreaths in three different sizes. We have one of the smaller ones hanging in our studio on a window right now! If you need some decorating ideas, any of these wreaths would look beautiful on a door, window, wall, or mantel.
Soft & Serene
These white paper eucalyptus wreaths have a peaceful, serene look to them—just like fresh snow. In addition to hanging these wreaths in your home, we could see someone using this idea to create a winter wedding crown or head wreath. To make these winter wreaths, we used three different colors of text weight paper that can be found in the white color group from PaperPapers.
I also used a few different leaf patterns to give these wreaths some interesting texture. Then I curled and layered them to add depth and dimension. In my video below, you’ll see how I shape and assemble the different pieces to create this wreath.
When you’re ready to make your own white paper eucalyptus wreath, gather the tools and materials below. Then download the SVG file at the end of this post if you’re using a cutting machine. Or download the PDF template if you’re cutting the pattern by hand. If you have any questions while crafting, let me know! ~ Lia and team
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- Text Weight Paper – Crush White Corn, Curious Metallic Ice Gold, and Curious Metallic Ice Silver
- 10″ Wood Embroidery Hoop