Copyright © 2011 - All Rights Reserved - Written by June Crawford of A Creative Dream
Here's what June had to say about her tutorial: It seems that wreaths made of cones of paper are enjoying a resurgence. We have one at the office that we bring out during the holidays that Charlene made 30 or so years ago... she used some of that great perforated computer paper that is probably no longer in existence, glued the cones onto a cardboard wreath shape, added some embellishments, and voila... an interesting wreath. We have a local artist who makes them from books that are falling apart, and I've seen them done in various papers all across the web.
Well, if these are going to be a hit again, I want to get in on it too... with a little twist of course. I decided they might make some lovely small wreaths, and, since it is February... why not make them heart shaped too? And, maybe a tad smaller than the regular size wreath so they can hang on door handles, or maybe in a window pane, or be added to packages, or put on the windshields of cars in parking lots to surprise the random stranger... the possibilities just keep coming. Mine didn't turn out exactly as I had seen them in my head, but I thought I'd share the process with you anyway.
June's Bio: Me... a dreamer, a ponderer of big and small thoughts. A wanna-be artist, a soon to be empty-nester... wondering what the heck I am gonna do with the rest of my life...
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