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Satin Spring Wreath

Hi everyone.  Vera’s here from Ling’s Design Studio. I’ve been missing from blog land for a bit because I was away to attend my brother’s wedding in Indonesia.

But, I am back now and ready to share a project with you. On my last post of making a wreath on a card, I mentioned about trying to make a large size wreath. And, a wreath I made. 🙂

I decided I want to try something different in making the wreath. No flowers involve and yet, it’s still super sweet & springy.  Perfect for a girl’s room.

Isn’t this just so fun? And best of all, all the decors on the wreath were made of papers.

Here’s what you need to re-create this wreath:


First, wrap the wreath with satin grosgrain ribbon. I used Helmar 450 Quick Dry adhesive and it works awesome for this project. Then stamp the 3 girls images, color, fussy cut them, and put them aside. Then die cut the leaves. Arrange the leaves and the girl images to your satisfaction then adhere them to the wreath.

To create the wreath hanger, wrap a ribbon, then add a bow as well to complete the project.

Here’s a close-up look of the girls.

I think this wreath is different enough and yet easy to do. Hope you like them.

Thank you so much for stopping by here at May Arts and I wish you all a beautiful day.

Blog post by: Vera Yates


  1. Cami

    Beautiful ribbon wrapped wreath and the Asian images are the perfect touch for the occasion.  

  2. Charlene

    Just adorable!

  3. Kathy P

    Very pretty, Vera!  Do you use glue to adhere the ribbon to the form, or just the end?  Does it stay tight without glue?

    1. Vera W. Yates

      Kathy, I only  use glue at the ends a. I used Helmar 450 Quick dry Adhesive. And it works really well.  HTH. 🙂

  4. maria langston

    beautiful creation congrats!!!!!!!!!!

  5. maria langston

    beatiful creation congrats!!!!!!

  6. Susan F.

    This is an adorable wreath. I've made wreaths for years and have never thought about using paper decorations on them. The ribbon is beautiful too.

  7. Kristie Maynard

    Really adorable.  TFS!

  8. Lin

    Vera, this is FANTASTIC!!  What a super idea, and so very different from anything I've ever seen – this could go so many ways!  Well done!

  9. Amy Jones

    This is  adorable.  Love the ribbon.  It is so pretty.  

  10. Kimberlly Jones

    So charming! The little girls are very sweet!


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