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Quick and easy wreath using a bit of yarn and paper flowers.
This wreath is completely customizable! Use any color combo of flowers or yarn with as many or few of each you'd like.

Posted by Cassandra L. from Seattle, Washington, United States • Published See Cassandra L.'s 9 projects »
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  • How to make a floral wreath. Super Easy Paper Peony Wreath - Step 1
    Step 1

    Bend down appx 1/4" of the top of your pipe cleaner, so you have a double width of pipe cleaner at the top. This helps keep the pipe cleaner from sliding out of the staple.

    Place the doubled part of the pipe cleaner on the bottom of your flower, where you stapled it before, and staple the pipe cleaner so it is secure.

    Repeat for the remaining three flowers.

  • How to make a floral wreath. Super Easy Paper Peony Wreath - Step 2
    Step 2

    Here is a close-up of the stapled pipe cleaner.

  • Step 3

    Take each flower and wrap the pipe cleaners around your hoop. After the first flower, you may want to start weaving your pipe cleaners between the flowers as well. I used an extra pipe cleaner to wrap around the entire bunch of flowers to tightly group them together.

    If you find that your flowers keep slipping, you can always add a bit of hot glue to hold them in place!

  • How to make a floral wreath. Super Easy Paper Peony Wreath - Step 4
    Step 4

    Next, take some yarn in any colors that you'd like and cut them double the length you'd like. Do as many strands as you want, in as many colors as you want!

    Once you have all your strands of yarn, fold one in half and lay it over the front of your hoop so the fold is laying a few inches inside the hoop.

    Going through the front side of the loop, grab the tail of the yarn from behind and pull it through the loop so it creates a knot on the hoop. Continue with each strand of yarn.

  • How to make a floral wreath. Super Easy Paper Peony Wreath - Step 5
    Step 5

    Play with your flowers and yarn a bit. I trimmed the bottom of my yarn once the wreath was hanging.

    Hang your wreath for everyone to see!

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