Bring on Autumn with this adorable Fall Paper Flower Wreath craft. This project is an easy paper crafting project for the autumn that any level of crafter can accomplish.
Black-Eyed Susans are a gorgeous quintessential fall flower and these paper versions really manage to do justice to the flower. For such a simple craft, the results really are quite stunning.
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Fall Paper Flower Wreath
Coloured craft papers
Select 2 different shades of yellow coloured craft papers or you can use any shade of orange and a yellow as well; and select brown or black craft paper for the centre part of the flower.
Trace the 2 big flower patterns on the light shaded paper and the small flower patterns on the darker shaded paper.
Trace the strip on the brown or black paper and the leaves on green coloured paper.
Cut out the traced patterns from the papers. Cut small and even fringes along the strip.
Take a big and a small flower cutout and stick the small one in the centre of the big one. Similarly prepare another piece.
Take any one of the flower cutouts and create a crease along each petal (from the tip of the petal towards the centre of the flower pattern). Similarly, create creases on the other flower cutout.
Apply a drop of glue in the centre of any one of the flower patterns and place the other one on the top of the glued one.
Start rolling the fringed strip neatly. Roll the whole strip and apply glue at the end of the roll to secure it.
Stick the rolled fringed paper in the centre of the flower to complete the flower craft.
Craft enough paper flowers to fill the whole wreath base. Glue the paper flowers on the wreath base on by one.
Try keeping the flowers adjacent to one another.
Stick the paper leaf cutouts between the flowers, on the base to complete the wreath craft.
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