Paper Flower Wreath Tutorial – Free Printable Templates

This paper flower wreath tutorial uses a generic flower that can definitely look like some types of Dahlia but work for anything really! It comes with a free printable template – plus, you can also check out my DIY paper roses and wreath for another fun variation on this Spring decor project. Disclosure: this post contains affiliate links.

 

Click for a beautiful paper flower wreath tutorial and free printable templates for this fun Spring home decor project for teens

 

A paper wreath is a fun way to spruce up your home decor on a dime. You can use this indoors or out – as long as the “out” is covered and protected.

 

 

This is also a fun family project because as with any paper wreath tutorial, there are lots of details to attend to.

 

 

The final wreath is a fun, colorful, and cheerful piece that will brighten up a front door, wall, or even a table when used as a vase surround.

 

 

You can also check out my autumn crepe paper flower wreath, or make this using other paper flower such as this crepe paper peony. Or, making a Chrismas version of this using a paper poinsettia template.

 

 

 

 

What you need to make a paper flower Spring wreath:

 

Paper Flower Wreath tutorial and step-by-step instructions:

 

1. Print and cut out the template. Trace the leaves onto great paper and cut them out.

 

2. Select some pretty colored craft papers for the flowers. Trace the flower templates onto these papers and cut them out. The flower template includes 5 patterns: 3 flower petal parts and 2 center parts (the spiked and the spiral patterns). You can cut the centers from yellow paper or from the same color but deeper shade than your petals.

 

3. Wrap your round base with burlap fabric.

 

4. To make the flower, take the three petal portions of each flower, and crease the centers of the petals. Glue them in the center, one on top of the other, with the smallest on top and the largest on bottom.

 

5. Roll the center spiral from its outer edge toward the center. Allow the rolled spiral to loosen up a bit and then glue the rolled part to the center of the spiral pattern. Glue the spiked pattern on the center of the flower and then stick the rolled spiral pattern on the center of the spiked pattern.

 

6. Repeat to make more flowers in your favorite colors.

 

7. Start assembling it all together by adding the flowers to the wreath.

 

8. Once you are done attaching the flower, add the leaf cutouts intermittently between the flowers. 

 

9. You can add as many flowers and leaves as you want. Just keep the color combination and arrangement cohesive and pretty,and it will turn out beautiful.

 

 

I hope you enjoyed this paper flower wreath tutorial and template! Which colors will you be using to make it? Comment below!

Click for a free printable paper flower templates and to learn how to make some beautiful spring and summer decor with a paper flower wreath tutorial

 

Paper Flower Wreath

Paper Flower Wreath

Materials

  • Colored craft papers
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
  • Craft glue
  • Hot glue gun
  • Round wreath base
  • Burlap fabric

Instructions

1. Print and cut out the template. Trace the leaves onto great paper and cut them out.

 

2. Select some pretty colored craft papers for the flowers. Trace the flower templates onto these papers and cut them out. The flower template includes 5 patterns: 3 flower petal parts and 2 center parts (the spiked and the spiral patterns). You can cut the centers from yellow paper or from a same color but deeper shade than your petals.

 

3. Wrap your round base with burlap fabric.

 

4. To make the flower, take the three petal portions of each flower, and crease the centers of the petals. Glue them in the center, one on top of the other, with the smallest on top and the largest on bottom. top.

 

5. Roll the center spiral from its outer edge toward the center. Allow the rolled spiral to loosen up a bit and then glue the rolled part to the center of the spiral pattern. Glue the spiked pattern on the center of the flower and then stick the rolled spiral pattern on the center of the spiked pattern.

 

6. Repeat to make more flowers in your favorite colors.

 

7. Start assembling it all together by adding the flowers to the wreath.

 

8. Once you are done attaching the flower, add the leaf cutouts intermittently between the flowers. 

 

9. You can add as many flowers and leaves as you want. Just keep the color combination and arrangement cohesive and pretty,and it will turn out beautiful.

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