Saturday, 29 September 2012

Paper wreath

I've become a little obsessed with the many
 paper wreaths around on Pinterest, total eye candy! 
I thought I'd have a go myself, starting with something small
I bought a base and began punching out a trillion circles
It takes a surprising amount of paper!! 
each one scrunched with a dab of hot glue in the centre 
then a bit more glue to attach them to the base
it's going to be fab and I WILL finish it
I fancy decorating it autumn style
I hope to post a couple of links to tutorials
we have a new compi
things are just not where I left them
funny that...

10 comments:

Jill said...

That will be neat!

Dagmar said...

How many more circles will you have to punch out..a kids project?❤

Beki said...

I like very much, popping over to pinterest now to view some more xx

Linda said...

I like this!!! I haven't seen it before..... lots of work, huh? Aren't they all! But they look great!

Lynette (NZ) said...

This is looking very cool

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

A trillion? I can understand why this project is not yet finished (grin). Aren't you glad you didn't buy one of those huge wreaths people mount over their fireplaces? This is going to be totally AWESOME when you get it finished.

BTW, I had that same problem when I changed computers a couple of years ago. It really IS amazing how that works!

BadPenny said...

Oh I've had a lovely time catching up with your Blog xx

~*~Patty S said...

oh my on having to learn new tricks...

your wreath is really lovely...one of my fav things about using book text is that you can leave it in a sunny window and it yellows in not too long of a time...but yours looks smashing already!

I get excited about paper in every form and fashion
oxo

JansArtyJunk said...

Loving your wreath M...Very inspiring..OMG a trillion circles!!! :O I bought a plain wreath a while back..and want to do something 'shabby style' with it, can't wait to see your autumn creation finished now...

Malena said...

I´m new to your blog and so far I love it. I will keep visiting it. You have a new follower :)
Regards from Spain, Malena