Wrapping Paper Wreath: Easy DIY for Your Door!

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Wrapping Paper Wreath

This is an easy DIY project for your front door made by my clever friend Mindy, from Mindy Laven Interiors. She has that knack for an upscale look on a budget that I love!

This wrapping paper wreath was such a fun, inexpensive and simple project. I think it looks beautiful on my door and is a fresh alternative to the standard evergreen.

Here’s how I did it: I used a foam wreath as my base. I tied my ribbon hanger to the wreath first so that I could layer my paper tubes right over it. I rolled sheets of wrapping paper into tubes and stapled them at the bottom. The tubes were 8, 7, and 6 inches tall and all were 4 inches wide.  I began with the 8 inch tubes and simply glued them around the wreath form using hot glue.

This is what the first layer looked like. Next, I layered the 7 inchers, followed by the 6 inch pieces.
For the final layer I used another another row of the 8 inch pieces but I wrapped these inside the wreath to cover the core of foam. To finish it off, I hot glued a piece of red and white polka dot ribbon, just on the inner rim of the wreath to cover any staples you might see. 
There’s still time for you to do a little project like this one. My favorite part was that it was nearly free!!

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