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Hi! Tiffin here from Linwood Avenue. This tutorial pairs May Arts velvet ribbon with paper and decorative brads from Creative Imaginations. I love stepping away from the ordinary for wrapping packages and think this mini wreath is the perfect highlight to any gift.

supplies

May Arts Ribbon

– 2.5 yds – 1/8″ green velvet (3891846)

•  Creative Imaginations
– Crochet brad flower pack
– Decorative card stock

• 3″ wooden drapery hoop

• Low temp glue gun

• Masking tape

• Wire

• Scissors

 

INSTRUCTIONS

Step 1 – Using your glue gun, secure one end of velvet ribbon onto hoop. Wrap ribbon tightly and evenly around hoop and glue in place when you finish where you started.

Step 2 – Cut 3 small leaf shapes out of paper, no wider than 1″. Cut 3 – 3″ lengths of wire and place on top of the back side of the leaf.

Step 3 – Cover wire and paper leaf with masking tape and press in place. Trim masking tape to follow shape of paper leaf.

Step 4 – Wrap wire leaves around your mini wreath to attach. Bend the wire attached to the underside of the leaf to add some dimension.

Step 5 – Open the clasp on your brad flower and slide under wire and green wrapped ribbon. Press tightly to secure in place.

Step 6 – Tie mini wreath onto your present and write a message on the wrapping paper to show through wreath center.

Blog post by: Tiffin Mills

Download the pdf to this tutorial Here!

 

  1. Rea

    Very creative, love the colors you used on this project.  Thanks for sharing.   

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  2. Kathy P

    How cute is this idea?  And something even I can make!  You guys just keep belting out great idea after great idea…thanks so much!

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  3. Laura Cox

    Super cute wreath!

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  4. ellen s

    This is SO CUTE! LOVE it.

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  5. Cathy D.

    Gorgeous!

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  6. sue wisniewski

    great little wreath.
    stamping sue   http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/
     

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  7. Lynda

    Such an adorable tiny wreath!

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  8. Christine Dring

    OMGoodness! This is super cute! Love it!

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  9. Becky D

    I love this little wreath Tiffin!  Those leaves especially make me smile – I want to try that!  Thanks for the inspiration!

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  10. Melissa*H

    So pretty and unique! Beautiful ribbon!!

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  11. alice hancock

    I love those leaves!  What a great idea.

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  12. Denise Bryant

    This is so pretty! Love the velvet ribbon texture on the wreath!
    DeniseB

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  13. Karen L K

    Very cute!

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  14. Charlene

    Note to the wise…never throw anything away!  This is just adorable, Tiffin!

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  15. Sue McRae

    Love that sweet little wreath, adorable!

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  16. Marilyn Nimmo

    What a great idea.  And, you could use the same idea with wider ribbon and large wreath for a big home decor idea….LOVE it!

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  17. Sue D

    Very cute idea–I knew I was saving those drapery hoops for a reason!

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  18. Kristie Maynard

    Oh my!  How simple is that?  And how beautiful?!?!  Love it, thanks for shaing!

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  19. Sharon Gullikson

    I love the color of green. It's very springy. And the wired leaves look really cute—patterned fabric was a great idea.

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  20. Latrice

    How fun is this?! great idea and i just love the wreath!

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  21. Amy Jones

    Very neat wreath.  When I fist saw it I thought of Lime cut up and put around in the wreath.  Thanks for the tutorial.

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  22. B. Poteraj

    What a cute little wreath. That's a good use for the ribbon.

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  23. Natasha G.P.

    The little leaves are precious!!

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  24. Leah

    awesome! perfectly cool, fun and creative!!!

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  25. Miriam Prantner

    Love the way that wreath looks!  That skinny ribbon almost looks like a bunch of rings strung around it.  Very cool.

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  26. tiffin mills

    you guys are so sweet! thanks for the tutorial love

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  27. Jingle

    WOW!  I absolutely love this!

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  28. Dee A

    How in the world do people come up with all these great ideas??  The best part is they're things I can do as well!  LOL.  Thank you for the all the inspiration.

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  29. Bethany Becker

    What a great idea.  It is so cute.  Thanks for sharing how to create one!

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  30. DebbieC.

    What a great gift tag idea.  I have at least of dozen of these rings taking up drawer space and now I can repurpose them.  Thanks for sharing the instructions.

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