Sunday, January 9, 2011

Rose Wreath Tutorial

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Thank you for all your wonderful comments about this wreath.  It is a bit time consuming, but totally worth it.

Supplies:

12 inch foam wreath
Cardstock – I used 8.5 x 11
scissors
hot glue gun
spray adhesive
glitter – I like Martha Stewart’s crystal fine glitter
1 1/2 yards sheer ribbon

1.  I made two different sized circles.  For the large circles, cut the cardstock into four pieces. 

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2.  Cut each square into a circle.  Doesn’t have to be perfect.  Mine were ovalish, they both work.

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3.  For the smaller circles, cut your cardstock into strips about 3 inches wide.  Then cut each strip into three squares.  Cut each square into a circle.

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4.  Cut each circle into a spiral, trying to keep the thickness even throughout.  Mine definitely were not even, but it is helpful. 

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5.  Once all the spirals are cut,  start rolling the flower starting with the outside.  Roll as tight as possible keeping the bottom edge aligned at all times.

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6.  When it is completely rolled, pinch the flower together a little bit to help it hold it’s shape.

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7.  When you let go of your flower, it will spring open into shape.

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8.  Put a group of your flowers together on a sheet of newspaper and spray lightly with the spray adhesive.  Then sprinkle your glitter on top.  I was pretty generous with my glitter.  Let dry at least 1/2 hour.

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9.  Hot glue the flower together by placing a little bit of glue on the bottom flap and then hold the flower in the shape you want while the glue dries.  I found that if I left the individual flowers unglued, they would start to unwind and lose some of their shape after a few days.

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10.  Start gluing the large and small flowers on your foam wreath so that they are touching and showing as little of the foam as possible.  You will probably have some little bits of the foam peeking through where you couldn’t fit even the little flowers.  Continue with all your flowers and come back to that at the end.  Once all the flowers are in place you can go back and cover some of the areas where a lot of the foam is showing.  I took a left over glittered flower, pulled out a little bit of the middle, and tore it off from the rest of the paper.

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11.  I curled it as tight as I could and stuck it into the little holes in my wreath.  If I needed more, I kept taking little bits from the left over flowers and wound them into little pieces.

12.  I bought one and a half yards of sheer ribbon and wrapped it through the wreath and tied a bow at the top.

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Email me if you have any questions and please send me a link with your wreath.  I would love to see how it turns out!

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147 comments:

  1. About how many pieces of cardstock did you use??

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    1. I was wanting to know the same thing. This is sooooo pretty and I can't wait to try it but it seems like it might take quite some time, approximately how long did this take you to complete? Thank you.

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  2. oh man I cannot wait to try this it it is gorgeous!

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  3. Oh my goodness, the wreath is beautiful! Thanks for sharing the How-To.
    ~Mary
    www.thecraftygals.blogspot.com

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  4. I love this wreath. It is so beautiful when all this snow in GA melts I am heading to get cardstock.

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  5. This is beautiful! I always want to buy the cream colored one they have at Target but didn't want to spend the $30 on it. I can't wait to try this. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. This is SO beautiful, THANK you for the tutorial!

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  7. You are a woman of your word! Thanks so much for sharing this with us - I think you're going to start seeing these pop up all over blogland now!

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  8. I just found your blog yesterday and am so glad to see the tutorial for this! I am going to get started on it right this minute :)

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  9. How many pieces of cardstock do you need? Love the wreath and can't wait to make one!

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  10. Thanks so much for posting this!!! I have a poll question too... I am currently snowed in, but want to start, what do you guys think about making the roses in a varity of shades of red and pink? Trying to work with what I have on hand!

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  11. I love the idea of using different colors. I was thinking about red and white, I've got too many other projects started right now. I can't wait to see everyone's finished wreaths!

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  12. Unfortunately, I did not keep track of how much cardstock I used. If I had to guess, I'd say 40-50 sheets of paper. I think I had about 200 flowers.

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  13. LOVE LOVE LOVE this wreath. I have been anxiously awaiting the how to. Thanks so much for posting.

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  14. This is so beautiful!! Thank you for sharing!! I, also, wanted the one at Target, but didn't want to pay 30 for it. I love this wreath so much!!

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  15. This is beautiful! I can't believe it's just made out of paper. I am seriously impressed. I want one too, but I'm not sure if I'd have the patience to make one.

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  16. This wreath is beautiful!! I'm going to feature it on WhipperBerry tomorrow, come check it out!

    kisses
    Heather

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  17. It is truly beautiful and looks relatively easy...so when purchasing card stock how many pieces do we actually need to buy??
    Now, I have been on a mission to not purchase but use from my stash...wondering if this fits into my destashing...lol Blessings, Dianntha

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  18. How beautiful! Thank you for sharing your creativity!

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  19. This is absolutely gorgeous. Kudos!

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  20. So pretty! I've admired those tree and wreaths at Target, too - good on you for coming up with a way to make one yourself!

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  21. Oh WOW!! Not sure I'd have the patience, but this is absolutely amazing!! Thanks for sharing!
    Missy

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  22. wow. my sister-in-law has this wreath from Target and i loved it. now i can make my own (if i ever find the time). thanks for sharing!

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  23. Gorgeous! Thank you so much for sharing your tutorial - can't wait to try one for my own front door! :D

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  24. Thank you for posting this! I found your blog when it was linked with tatortots andd Jello, and I was so happy I did! Your wreath is beautiful, but it inspired me to make the rosettes out of felt and glue them onto headbands. I had my 13 year old troop of Girl Scouts do this, and they loved it! It was really easy, and the girls felt very stylish!

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  25. Thanks for the tutorial! I've saved for next Christmas. Your wreath is fantastic!!

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  26. I love this wreath!! It would be really pretty for a Wedding shower!

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  27. I just used this tutorial and made my own with cream colored cardstock. It's so classic looking. I love it. Suggestion for making this less time-consuming: cut multiple sheets at a time. Never try and cut through more than 4 sheets though. You can even cut the spiral pattern in 4 circles at a time since it doesn't have to be precise. The rolling of each rose is really the only unavoidable tedious part. I'll post a picture as soon as I can!

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  28. I finally finished.... not perfect and not anywhere near as pretty as yours, but I was happy with the result! Thanks so much for sharing this!! (Wan't sure how to post a picture, I don't have a blog, so I used the profile picture, sorry it's small!)

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  29. Shelley - I love the colors you chose!

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  30. wow! this looks SO beautiful and professional! I never would have guessed it's cardstock. Thanks so much for sharing this great idea!

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  31. I am heading out to Hobby Lobby now to get more cardstock. I think i'm going to use red and a couple different shades of pink. :-) TFS!

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  32. this is the easiest tutorial i've found! thank you so much! I'd love for yout o link it up at my party tomorrow

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  33. Absolutely beautiful!! Thank you for sharing the tutorial! Stampin' Up! has a die you can use called the table setting die which has this rosette in it! You can use the die in the Big Shot Sizzix die cutting machine as well as other die-cut machines that accept these dies. It would save a lot of time and it can be used to cut the rosette out of fabric, felt, paper, and more!!

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  34. I finally made my wreath! http://craftedition.blogspot.com/2011/03/st-patty-wreath.html

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  35. It does look a bit time-intensive, but lovely.

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  36. That wreath is stunning. Thank you for sharing!

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  37. I made one! Its on my blog, I linked you because your tutorial was great. Thanks for sharing :)

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  38. Made my mom a wreath for her birthday :) Here it is finished: http://i129.photobucket.com/albums/p226/cutting_balloons/Rebel014-1.jpg

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    1. The wreath you made for you mom is just BEAUTIFUL! I'm thinking of making one for MY mom, too, as the yellow rose of Texas are her favorite flowers. She will just adore it! Good job!!! 8^D

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  39. I am in love with this!

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  40. I love it and want to make one using sheet music : )

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  41. What an adorable wreath ~ I love it!

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  42. OMG! This really is simple and beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

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  43. Thanks for sharing how to do this! I will be giving this one a try for sure!

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  44. I do this with felt but I love yours!

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  45. Cardstock looks like it would hold its shape SO much easier than books! I'm making one with old books, and I use like 3 sheets of paper per rose, and I have to fill in the center with a tiny rose because they get so loose.

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  46. this is awesome!!!! I have 5 12x12 pads of leftover papers all the same colors that were not used in the making of my sons wedding flower bouquets for the attendants...wow...what a treat to have found a use for the rest!!!! THANKS! THANKS THANKS!!!!!!!!

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  47. This is awesome! Love, Love It! I Actually think I can do this. Thanks for sharing.

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  48. It took me forever but I finally finished mine. It is now on my blog: http://yendislane.blogspot.com/2011/12/holiday-wreath.html

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  49. Very pretty! I think I would start it now for next year though. LOL

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  50. Amazing!
    I need to make new wreath :DDD

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  51. This is absolutely stunning! Thank you for your wonderful tutorial! I made one too! Here's a link to my post: http://www.thepaperpixie.com/2011/12/paper-rose-wreath.html

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    1. Yours turned out SO awesome! Thanks for posting a link!

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  52. I made one, except I used felt instead of construction paper. It turned out great! Thank you for the tutorial! :)

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  53. I made this wreath, it took me about 9 hours of cutting, rolling, gluing and glittering. It was so worth it though, it came out beautifully. Thank you for your tutorial. I'm making a second one this weekend!

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  54. what a gorgeous idea!! Great job!

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  55. I Love this and plan on making it...just wondering what you used to hang your wreath? I have never hung any wreaths, I am a newbie at this. Thanks!

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  56. Awesome project. Thanks for sharing.

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  57. Just made this one - same color as your example. It's so beautiful. My husband said it took on a different dimension once the glitter was added. I love it!

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  58. just beautiful! i can't wait to try it!!!!

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  59. This is beautiful! Thanks for sharing the tutorial. :-)

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  60. It is beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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  61. I really enjoyed your blog and used this technique with book pages to spice up a shelf that I decoupaged. I linked to your page on the post about that shelf. Thanks for the info!

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  62. Fabulous! I have been wanting to make a V-Day wreath, but I'm glad I waited till I saw this one. On my way to buy card stock now,,,will post my finished product. Thanks!!

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  63. I was so excited to see you had a tutorial for this, then realized just how labor intensive it is! Not sure I will get to it for this Valentine's Day, but I look forward to getting to it for next year!

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  64. Wanted to let you know that I featured your wreath on my blog! www.sweet-raisins.blogspot.com

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  65. I am going to try this with my Cricut! I have the Mickey cartridge, it has a swirl that should work beautifully for this!

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  66. I love it! I have been looking for the foam wreath but there are quite a few to choose from, do you have a picture of the style you used??

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  67. Hi!
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  68. I loved this wreath and ended up making it a few weeks ago. It was time consuming to put together all of the paper roses but I love the end result! Thank you for sharing.... :)

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  71. Great tutorial! I used my silhouette to cut the paper and it still took forever though to roll and put together, but it turned out so great!
    you can see it in my flickr stream here:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/55772776@N05/6877185473/in/photostream

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  72. I just went to Hobby Lobby to get supplies I was so excited to start, and I grabbed 6 pieces of cardstock!! Don't ask me why I thought that was enough...haha, guess I was just too anxious...back to HL I go!! =)

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  74. And I made another one for my sister, bigger this time. I love how it turned out even more, though I didn't have my silhouette so I cut them all by hand this time.

    http://instagr.am/p/HhvPynEer1/

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  75. This wreath is stunning and I cannot wait to make one of my own! Thank you for sharing such a fabulous project.

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  76. It is so simple but yest so superb. I'll try to make one for my wife. Looking forward to more tutorials.

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  77. Question for the author… I wanted to make a wreath for spring but am weary on how well the cardstock will withstand the elements. Did yours wither with humidity from rain?
    BTW, beautiful wreath and thank you very much for posting tutorial!

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  78. great tutorial, thank you so much! I shared on my blog - of course I put there your name and blog. this wreath is super cute, just love it :)

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  79. It's look fantastic! And You did really good tutorial - I was looking for something like that for long -thanks!!!
    Monika
    www.piecufka.blogspot.com

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  80. Looks beautiful!! Here is the one that I made at Christmas out of felt flowers.
    http://sandy-mylittlecorneroftheworld.blogspot.ca/2011/11/christmas-crafts.html

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    1. Your wreath is awesome ... I was thinking about making this wreath out of felt and was scrolling thru the comments to see if anyone had attempted it. I'm an inspired wreath maker after making this one for the holidays: http://instagram.com/p/SRWQ25vk9N/

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  81. OK, made a pile of flowers, burned off all my fingerprints & now can't get the flowers to stick to the styrafoam! (used the hard green one, not the white softer kind) Tried Aleen's quick dry tacky stuff & hot glue. Slid right off. How on earth did you do it?
    Thank you! (:

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  82. wrapped the wreath base with pretty ribbon - hot glued flowers on with no problem. it turned out beautifully! gave it for a wedding shower gift. making the next one for another gift . . . then one for ME! thanks for your help.

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  83. I was wondering about how many flowers did you have to make??

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  84. you can use old file folders. i had some that were legal size that I couldn't use,so I'm making a manilla colored wreath.

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  85. beautiful, i'm going to start mine tonight!

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  86. I just saw this n could not wait! Started making one as soon as I put my little one down! Mine is 2 shades of purple..im so thankful for u sharing this amazinggg work of art!! Love, morgan

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  87. What kind of wreath form is everyone using?

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    1. I guess if I read what was needed, I would know that. I'ver never been good at reading instructions.

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  88. Hola, me encantaron las flores. La duda que tengo es si esos 8,5 x 11 son pulgadas o centímetros. Es que aquí usamos centímetros y me quedó la duda.
    Muchas gracias.

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  89. Good Morning....i loved this PAP....tank you.....

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  90. Very Good. Congratulations!

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  91. gorgeous! thanks for sharing. i'm planning on making one soon :)

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  92. i saw this and thought it was beautiful. i just made 2 of these for a friend's wedding. they took forever but were totally worth it. the bride & groom loved them.

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  94. this is beautiful! thanks for sharing!

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  95. I too made one for my mom! :) http://renniekay.tumblr.com/post/39275932639/fruits-of-my-crafty-christmas-labors-a

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  96. I need a few questions answered as well! Did you use a flat foam wreath or a round one? Did you glue the flowers directly onto the foam? Because with a hot glue gun I don't imagine that working really well...I am guessing you wrapped the foam in ribbon or fabric?
    Thanks in advance!
    LOVE THE WREATH!

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  97. I'm trying this with the free paint swatches from hardware stores! Gidden has large swatches to make the roses the right size! I'm hoping it turns out well- I was trying to get the cheapest wreath using your template! It's for Valentines day, but hey if it's not great, St. Patty's is coming up!!!

    -Bell
    www.birminghambell.com

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  98. I used this same paper rolling technique to make my wedding bouquet :)

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  99. LOVE this wreath! How well does it keep? Can it be hung outside? Will the paper get wilted? What about in storage do the flowers stay perky? Thanks!

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