DIY Paperrcraft New Year’s Wreath!
It’s 2020 everyone! Aren’t you super excited for another adventurous journey? How about celebrating the beginning of 2020 with a little crafty decor? This fun and colourful DIY new year’s wreath can bring a festive vibe to your New Year’s decor! You can store the wreath and use it for any other occasion as well.
Wishing everyone a very happy New Year and may this new year bring lots of happiness and blessings for us all!
You don’t even need to be an expert to craft this fun wreath; it’s super easy and beginner friendly. The wreath itself looks like it’s celebrating! lol! So what are you waiting for, grab all the supplies and get crafty!
List of Supplies
- Coloured craft papers
- Card-stock papers
- Colourful glitter sheets
- Craft glue
Learn how to make a Festive Paper-craft Wreath!
Select 2 different coloured craft papers and cut them into strips. The length of both strips can be equal but keep at least half an inch difference on the widths. Use scissors to cut zigzag borders along any 1 side of both strips.
Create accordion folds along the strips. Use the zigzag borders as guidelines for the accordion folds. This will create small and even folds.
Take any one of the accordion folded strips and attach the open ends by overlapping the folds on the sides. Similarly, form a ring pattern with the other accordion folded strip.
Press the straight side of the ring towards a plain surface to flatten the accordion folded ring. Attach a round paper cutout on the centre of the flattened pattern to secure it. Similarly flatten the other ring. This will form a flower-like pattern.
Attach the small flower-like pattern on the centre of the big pattern.
Trace and cut out star shape from glitter paper and stick it in the centre of the accordion folded firecracker patterns.
Similarly, create 5 or 6 more paper firecracker patterns. Use different and vibrant colours for a fun and festive combination.
Decide the size of the wreath and trace it on a card-stock paper. Cut out the traced wreath base pattern.
Attach the paper firecracker patterns on the wreath one by one. Keep the paper firecrackers adjacent to each other on the wreath base.
Fill the whole wreath base. Attach a hanging mechanism on the back side to complete the wreath.