Dollar Tree DIY Wreath using Beautiful Boughs Die

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Today I’m sharing a fun and easy wreath to make using the Beautiful Boughs Dies, Glimmer & Foil Paper and some product I purchased at a local Dollar Tree.

The first wreaths I made were used in the photo op area at a stamping event where we had a Christmas tree and frames to take photos with our stamping friends.    

 

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The wreaths for the event were made with silver ribbon and papers. 

 

After the event I made more using different color ribbon and papers.  You can use any ribbon and papers/cardstock that coordinate with your home decor. 

They make great gifts and would be a fun project to make with friends.

 

Wreath #1

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Supplies from Dollar Tree:

♥ Green Floral Foam Ring (SKU: 905313)
♥ Silver Wire Edge Ribbon, 1.5″ x 4 Yards (SKU: 175723)

 

Supplies from Stampin’ Up!:

♥ Beautiful Boughs Dies (150661)
♥ Silver Foil Sheets (132178)
♥ Silver Glimmer Paper (146960)
♥ Sparkle Glimmer Paper (146957)
♥ 3/8″ Silver Metallic-Edge Ribbon (144213)
 
Additional Supplies:
♥ Straight Pins
♥ Tape
♥ Die Cutting Machine
 
 
 
Wreath #2
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Supplies from Dollar Tree:

♥ Green Floral Foam Ring (SKU: 905313)
♥ Glitter Tulle Ribbon, 6″ x 5 Yards (SKU: 227075
♥ White Tissue Paper (SKU: 720532)

 

Supplies from Stampin’ Up!:

♥ Beautiful Boughs Dies (150661)
♥ Gold Foil Sheets (132622),
♥ Gold Glimmer Paper (146958)
♥ Sparkle Glimmer Paper (146957)
♥ 3/8″ Gold Metallic-Edge Ribbon (144146)
 
Additional Supplies:
♥ Straight Pins
♥ Tape
♥ Die Cutting Machine
 

 

Wreath #3

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Supplies from Dollar Tree:

♥ Green Floral Foam Ring (SKU: 905313)
♥ White Wire Edge Ribbon, 1.5″ x 4 Yards (SKU: 175723)
♥ White Tissue Paper (SKU: 720532)

 

Supplies from Stampin’ Up!:

♥ Beautiful Boughs Dies (150661)
♥ Silver Foil Sheets (132178)
♥ Copper Foil Sheets (142020)
♥ Silver Glimmer Paper (146960)
♥ Sparkle Glimmer Paper (146957)
♥ 3/8″ Silver Metallic-Edge Ribbon (144213)
 
Additional Supplies:
♥ Straight Pins
♥ Tape
♥ Die Cutting Machine
 

 

Instructions:

Step #1: Wrap *ribbon around foam ring by holding tightly and overlapping ribbon. Once completely around ring apply tape and two straight pins to secure ribbon.

 

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*Option: If you can see the green foam through the ribbon you can wrap the foam ring with tissue paper first.  Fold two sheets of tissue paper and cut into 1-1/4 inch strips.  Wrap two layers of tissue paper around foam ring overlapping.  When you get to the end of the strips, lay two more layers of tissue paper on ring and continue until completely cover.  Tape tissue paper in place then cover with ribbon per Step #1. 

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Step #2: Cut boughs from Glimmer Paper & Foil Papers using Beautiful Boughs Dies and die cutting machine. 

Tip: When cutting glimmer paper with dies turn glimmer paper upside down to cut from backside of paper. (Note: In video below I misspoke and said to turn die upside down). 

Step #3: Place first bough just above the location you ended the ribbon and secure in place with two straight pins. 

Tip: By placing boughs in this area you will hide the seam.

 

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Step #4: Continue to overlay boughs and securing with two straight pins each for this side of wreath. 

Tip: Do not place last bough for this side until other side complete.

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Step #5: Place first bough in other direction and secure in place with two straight pins. 

Tip: Don’t space bough too far over as you want the boughs to meet up.  If they don’t you can always cut more boughs.

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Step #6: Continue to overlay boughs and securing with two straight pins each for this side of wreath until boughs meet up. 

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Step #7: Top boughs are trimmed shorter to fit into place, secure with two straight pins per bough.

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Step #8: Cut two solid pine cone die from foil paper (cut from back side of paper) and cut two top detailed pine cone die from Glimmer paper (cut from back side of paper).

Step #9: Place solid pine cone from foil paper on wreath and secure with two straight pins. Apply adhesive to back of detailed pine cone cut from glimmer paper (I used Xyron sticker paper) and place on top of foil pine cone.

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Step #10: Place second solid pine cone from foil paper overlapping first pinecone and secure with two straight pins. Apply adhesive to back of detailed pine cone cut from glimmer paper and place on top of foil pine cone.

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Step #11: Cut ribbon to 20″ and tie ends together.  Wrap around top of wreath to hang.

Check out my video below for assembly tips .

Note: My videos are unedited and may contain bloopers (misspoken words or technical errors).

 

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  1. These wreaths are SO beautiful and they look fun to make.

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