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Celebrate your patriotism in style with this smashing wreath!
Rinea Foiled Papers make 3D Stars a breeze as it holds it's shape so well and stands up to all sorts of paper folding techniques. This easy to make wreath is a snap, you'll have a beautiful wreath in no time.

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  • How to make a paper wreath. Patriotic 3 D Rinea Foiled Paper Star Wreath  - Step 1
    Step 1

    Print out 3 sizes of a 5 point star pattern; trim the stars from the cardstock.

    Trace the stars onto red, silver and blue Rinea Foiled Papers. You will need 6 large, 8 medium and 10 small stars. Cut out the stars.

    Note - I stacked 3 layers of paper together and traced/cut all at the same time for convenience.

    OR

    You can diecut the stars if possible.

  • How to make a paper wreath. Patriotic 3 D Rinea Foiled Paper Star Wreath  - Step 2
    Step 2

    Use a ruler and dull pencil to make the folding scores on each star. You will draw a line from each point to it's corresponding valley as shown.

  • How to make a paper wreath. Patriotic 3 D Rinea Foiled Paper Star Wreath  - Step 3
    Step 3

    To make the star 3D simply pinch the folds from the points to the center. I found it works best to work on 2 points at a time to help give the center the lift that is needed.

  • How to make a paper wreath. Patriotic 3 D Rinea Foiled Paper Star Wreath  - Step 4
    Step 4

    Cut a wreath from chipboard.

  • How to make a paper wreath. Patriotic 3 D Rinea Foiled Paper Star Wreath  - Step 5
    Step 5

    Use the glue gun to adhere the 6 largest stars to the chipboard wreath.

  • How to make a paper wreath. Patriotic 3 D Rinea Foiled Paper Star Wreath  - Step 6
    Step 6

    Affix the medium then small stars building up the wreath as each layer is adhered.

  • How to make a paper wreath. Patriotic 3 D Rinea Foiled Paper Star Wreath  - Step 7
    Step 7

    Add a bit of wire to the wreath for hanging.

    Enjoy the ol' red, white and blue!

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