Tuesday, June 12, 2012

4th of July Wreath Tutorial by Tee

Happy Tuesday to you. Can you believe 4th of July is just around the corner? I love decorating my house and wanted a wreath for my front door. I saw a few cone wreaths online and just feel in love with how cute they are and how easy it is to put together...... Let me show you.

Begin by cutting 16 6x6 and 16 6x4 pieces double sided papers. Ink the edges as shown below.



Roll each piece of paper into cones and glue with Scotch Quick Dry or use a Glue Gun.



I used my ecraft to cut a 10.75" circle in chipboard. If you don't have chipboard you can layer two or three sheets of cardstock. Also cut a 6" circle and glue to the center of the chipboard. Begin placing your 6x6 cones. I added 4 cones as seen here then filled in as needed. 



 Continuing adding all the cones.


Add the 4x6 cones filling in the gaps as seen here.


Add a title to the center.I used silver stickles to add bling to the blue star and Glossy Accents to the 4th of July title. Hard to see in this picture but I also added 3 rhinestones above the title then finished it off with ribbon.







Cut another 10.75 circle and add your ribbon to the back and glue to the back of the chipboard to finish it off and have a way of hanging your wreath.




Here is the finished product. Cute huh?

Would you like the svg files I used? Hope on over to my blog to download the files by clicking "Here"





11 comments:

  1. LOVE THIS! CAN'T WAIT TO MAKE MY OWN!

    THANKS!!!!!

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  2. That is truly adorable and so festive. Great job.

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  3. Will certainly brighten up your house. Enjoy the holiday

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  4. Wow Tee! That is a great project. Thanks for sharing that.

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  5. Outstanding Tee! It looked like a lot of work but your tutorial made it look so easy to do.
    You can make one for all types of occasions. You did an outstanding job on it and its beautiful. Hugs, Fran

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  6. WOW!! I love this project!! I plan to make my own! Thanks

    Kim S
    kasot@aol.com

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  7. Nice project - thank you for sharing -
    One suggestion, when posting in the groups always put your blog address, i had to hunt for it - glad i did.

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  8. Beautiful job, as always, Tee! Heading to your blog to get some freebies! ;)

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