DIY Autumn Paper Leaf Wreath is a paid collaborative post with Bostik. I LOVE decorating for Autumn or Fall depending on which side of the pond you live. This simple wreath is made from paper and easy to make and perfect for hanging inside.
I am all for simple satisfying crafts and this DIY Autumn Paper Leaf Wreath certainly hits the spot. Plus it is really easy to coordinate with your decor. Plus you only need a few materials and no special wreath ring.
DIY Fall/Autumn Paper Leaf Wreath
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- Scrapbook paper
- Large Paper Plate
- Bostik Blu Stick (UK Link/US Link)
- Sticky Tape
- Autumn Leaves Template
How to make a DIY Autumn/Fall Paper Leaf Wreath
I used my Cricut Maker to cut out the leaves, but I have also provided you with templates.
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If cutting the leaves by hand, fold a strip of cardboard (I always save cereal boxes for this) a few times so that a leaf template will fit. Then cut along the outline of the template. This method is a great way to cut multiple leaves at a time and works best with thinner papers.
On thicker paper or cardstock, trace the template with a pencil and then cut out the shape
I love using paper plates as wreath worms. They are perfect for lightweight wreaths and also inexpensive. Cut out the centre and leave a ring the size you want.
As we are just using paper then the Bostik Blu Stick is perfect and I like using it as the glue is blue until dry and then it is clear. Also, it doesn’t dry out as some other glue sticks can.
Keep layering up your leaves until you are happy with your layout.
Then cut a length of ribbon and tape to the back of the plate.
Make sure you take a look at all our other Autumn crafts here.