While scrapbooking and cardmaking will always be at our core, we often love creating different kind of projects for our home, as well as gifts for our family and friends.
A recent project that our founder, Brenda, took on with Jen was to create a wreath for her letterboard – one that could work for a short time or stay on for a longer season.
Even though Jen’s went on her letterboard, you can customize it to go where ever you’d like it! Make it bigger or smaller – it’s up to you!
To get started, here is your supply list:
- Assortment of 12”x12” prints (one yellow, 3 different greens) from the This is Family collection
- 12″x12″ brown chipboard sheet
- 12″x12″ Yellow cardstock sheets*
- 12″x12″ White cardstock sheets*
- 12″x12″ Green cardstock sheets (2-3 coordinating shades)*
- Small yellow felt balls
- Clear rhinestones (round)
- SVG cut file
- Scoring tool
- Hot glue gun with glue sticks
- Tacky glue
- 1 sheet of 12”x12” chipboard (for the back of the wreath)
*Number of solid cardstock sheets will vary depending
on the final size of the project.
Step 1: Print out this PDF or download this SVG file and add it to your computer.
Step 2: Using either file, cut out an assortment of leaves from the different green cardstock prints and solids. Score and/or fold them in half and set aside. Cut out the wreath form as well and set aside.
Step 3: Cut out the yellow flowers. Adhere them together by adding a small line of hot glue to one side. Wrap the other side of the flower into a flower shape and adhere in place. Repeat until desired amount of flowers are created. Finish by adhering a yellow felt ball to the center of each flower. Set aside.
Step 4: Cut out the white flowers and an equal number of yellow center circles. Adhere the flowers together by adding a small dab of hot glue to one side of the notched area and wrap the other side into a flower shape and adhere in place. Repeat until desired amount of flowers are created. Finish by adhering a yellow circle to the center of each flower with hot glue or tacky glue as desired. Set aside.
Try adding this to your letterboard, craft room wall or front door!
If you recreate the wreath (or something with the cut file!), will you tag us online with the #madewithpebbles hashtag or send us a picture? You can find us online at @pebblesinc or (through email) at [email protected].
Have a great day!