Today, we have a gorgeous holiday wreath designed by Shaunte Wadley for Core’dinations ColorCore Cardstock. Make sure you visit her personal blog HERE! You will need: Tim Holtz Adirondack ColorCore Collection Paper Trimmer Star Craft Punch or Template Circle Craft Punch or Template 6″ Circle Template 4″ Circle Template Scoring Board Darice Polka Dot Embossing Folder […]
Wreath Crafts and Ideas
Welcome guests to your home in a beautiful and creative way with a DIY wreath. We have plenty of ideas for wreath crafts, from holiday-specific wreaths to ones celebrating warm spring weather. Browse all of our wreath ideas below to find the perfect one to complement your door and get crafting. Click any image for detailed instructions, supply lists, tips and more.
Today we are nudging our “Meet it Monday” aside for a day, in honor of celebrating…a fan! Today’s project idea comes from Cathy D, one of our “Super-Fans” on our Facebook Fan Page. She submitted this AMAZING wreath that she created using patterned paper, buttons, and some images die-cut with a Cricut. To make a […]
I am a child of the 70’s and even if that dates me, I love anything that with 70’s nostalgia to it. I have been seeing pom pom wreaths a lot lately, and have been anxious to try making my own. To really get into the 70’s feel though, I decided to take it one […]
Making a Thankful Wreath is a fun project you can create with the whole family. Each family member can add leaves with written notes of the things they are thankful for. You can cover the wreath with as many or as few thankful messages as you like, creating a fun look to a traditional leaf […]
I LOVE butterflies! They are so delicate and beautiful. I’ve been seeing them in crafting quite a bit lately. This is MY butterfly craft. SUPPLIES: Bowdabra Bow Maker Bowdabra Wire Feather Butterflies (or other embellishment) Tulle Rolls – 1 roll of each color: Sage, Pink, Yellow, Lavender, Ivory and Light Blue 18 inch Green Metal Wreath […]
Miniatures have always been a craft supply that has eluded me. What to do with them? Minus stringing on a chain and wearing as jewelry, I’m stumped! When I stumbled upon Agnes at Knock Knocking, I was thrilled to see all sorts of miniatures mixed in with one of my very favorite craft elements, yarn! The combination is […]