I’m sharing a Christmas wreath decoration using the Ever Eden Designer Series Paper. I love the shades of green with the shimmer of gold in this beautiful paper.
The Christmas wreath decoration is made by folding 8 10cm (4″) squares of DSP. It has no glue so is a great project for kids too.
I used alternating paper designs for this one however they look great with 3 designs or all the same design too. It’s great to play around and see what you can create.
I found the wreath on a website by Heather Forgan. Heather used the Painted Christmas DSP in her example. I love how this works with any paper and you can make them as elaborate as you like with embelishments.
I kept my decoration to a minimum, just adding Merry Christmas gold embossed words front and back.
Finishing and Uses for the Christmas Wreath Decoration
If you check out Heather’s post you’ll see she added her wreath to a square card. I also love them as decoration with gift wrapping, tying one in with the bow.
However you style them they’re cute and versatile.
The Ever Eden Designer Series Paper is on limited release, it’s only available until 3rd January so if you like it grab it now while stocks last.
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