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Craft Project - Paper Star Wreath

by Wen Zientek-Sico


This simple and easy to make wreath is a great project for crafters young and old. It even costs just pennies to make!


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Paper Star Wreath

I love wreaths, but they can be really expensive and time consuming to make. And storage…Ugh! They take up huge amounts of room. Because of those factors we decided to experiment with a paper wreath and were really pleasantly surprised at how easy it was to make…and how great it looked! We cut our own stars from inexpensive and lightweight office paper, but you can use construction paper or card stock, or even purchase precut stars. We wanted a really large wreath, but you can make your wreath any size you like.

24 inch diameter blue paper ring

Seven 8 inch red stars

Seven 8 inch white stars

Eight 6 inch red stars

Eight 6 inch white stars

Six 4 inch red stars

Six 4 inch white stars

Eight 3 inch red stars

Eight 3 inch white stars

Glue stick or paste

Starting with the largest stars, arrange the stars evenly over the ring, alternating with red and white stars. Spread the remaining stars evenly over the ring, layering the stars in different areas. Move the stars around until you have a pattern that you like. Using the glue stick or paste, glue the stars to the ring and each other.

Project Developed, Styled, and Photographed by Wen Zientek-Sico.




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