DIY Starburst Paper Wreath Tutorial

Wow, is it Tuesday already?
I feel like the last two weeks or so has been a blur since the hurricane.
I have been a little slow getting back into the swing of things,
but….happy to be back creating.
I wanted to share with you one of my
NEW
favorite diy projects,
this Starburst Paper Wreath.
I have been in love with paper wreaths for a while now.
I just adore the layers & folds and the texture.
I have seen them done a few different ways but I liked the accordion style the best.
I kinda winged it but
I have to say this is SUPER easy,
it just takes a little time.
Here are the steps below that I used to make mine.
So if you find an hour or so,
grab a cup of coffee or glass of wine:),
put on some music
&
CREATE away:).
You could even do a
girls craft night with this project.
 & glue gun!
I did antique the sides of the book with some
slightly watered down Raw Umber.
But I also did it on the ends too to give it
more dimension(see step 7).
 Fold papers long ways.
 Flip wreath over so the back is facing up, like this.
Tip-when layering & gluing the folded paper also glue where
the fold meets, this will give you more control.
 Flip back so top is up.
Be sure to bend the paper.
  This is the inside layer,
glue & bend forward.
 This is for the last layer,
fold accordion style the short way & fold together like before.
Again, glue & bend back.
I actually took the Distress Ink
& antiqued sections at a time when the wreath was complete.
 Ta-da
I hope you try this simple tutorial,

Happy Day Everyone!
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Comments

  1. So Pretty.
    It looks great hanging on your hutch against the chalkboard. Love that.

  2. it’s fabulous-repurposeful-gorgeous.

    bravo.

    michele

  3. Oh, I love it! What a beautiful idea! Thanks so much for sharing.

  4. OH how pretty! I think I have the perfect place if I make one of these little beauty’s!

  5. This is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing the tutorial and it looks just perfect on your hutch.

    Angela

  6. Very nice, Jen!
    Brenda

  7. Hi Jen,

    LOVE IT!! so pretty and simple, just perfect.
    On my list for holiday decor ideas for sure!

    Cynthia

  8. Jen, that looks great especially against the blackboard.

  9. This is so pretty!! Loe this idea!
    XO
    Kristin

  10. Jen, just beautiful! It looks frilly… what a great effect for a wreath. I bet you will be able to use this all year!
    Please join us for TUTORIALS TIPS AND TIDBITS, my weekly linky party. Your project would be perfect to share! Linky goes live tonight (Wednesday) at 8:00 pm. Hope to see you there!

  11. Absolutely too cute for words! I love it! I’d love for you to share this gorgeous wreath at my Twirl & Take a Bow party at http://www.houseontheway.com. Hope you can stop by!
    Leslie
    houseontheway@gmail.com

  12. It looks great, and you made it look so easy.

  13. Love it–thanks for sharing how to do it :)

  14. Love your wreath and it’s hanging in a perfect spot!

  15. That is such a pretty wreath, I love the way it ruffles. It looks so pretty hanging on that gorgeous cupboard.

  16. This is so simple and pretty! I love your chalkboard as well – I’m obsessed with chalkboards :)

  17. Jen,

    Still trying to get myself back on track after Sandy as well, but so glad we both survived it! This is a lovely wreath and your tutorial is really easy to follow. Maybe we can have a girls can’t night and make one?

    Take care,
    Maureen

  18. This wreath is so beautiful! Thank you for sharing a tutorial on how to make one! I just adore your style!
    Lisa

  19. Your wreath looks great on that cabinet – they look as though they were made for each other.

  20. love!!!

  21. That’s gorgeous, and I love where you hung it!!
    Susan

  22. Gorgeous, Jen! I love how you used the ink to distress it.

  23. Love this Jen! I have to try this immediatly! Like, I am going to find a book RIGHT now. This is the prettiest book page wreath I have seen yet!!!

  24. This is so nice–I appreciated your tips for antiquing and aging the edges of the paper, and it looks so pretty against your vintage hutch!

  25. I love this so much! Great tip on aging the edges too :)

    xoxo, Tanya
    twelveOeight

  26. Oh how I love this wreath- book pages make it so vintage especially the antiqued edges- gotta make me one too!!

  27. Just beautiful! I adore your style SO much. :o) I just love seeing what you will come up with next to inspire me some more!!!! Happy almost Thanksgiving sweet and talented friend!
    Jaime

  28. This is gorgeous, pinning now!

  29. Oh, I just love anything made with old book pages. really gorgeous!

  30. I featured it on my Saturday favorites-forgot to mention it with my earlier comment! Claire

  31. Hi Jen! I was so glad to hear that you weathered things out through the storm and all is well at your home. I just love this wreath and the hutch is just beautiful! They were definitely made for each other! Thanks so much for coming out to the party at Clean and Scentsible. I will be featuring it tomorrow. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
    Jenn

  32. I love everything about this beauty! Stop by House on the Way tomorrow to see it featured! Grab a button too!
    Leslie
    houseontheway@gmail.com

  33. Oh wow, Jen! It’s beautiful! I love book page wreaths too and have yet to make myself one. Thank you so much for sharing your tutorial! I’m highlighting this in this week’s party. :)

  34. Just adore it!! Sharing at the party this week~ thanks for linking up at Feathered Nest Friday!

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