#2 Christmas Week - Easy Origami Christmas Wreath

Ann Melvin Stampin' Up! UK Independent Demonstrator/Dashing Along Origami Wreath




Hi Everyone,

Welcome to my Blog & project #2 of my Christmas Week. Today i have a gorgeous Origami Wreath for you. I love making these & i have to be honest & say that i have been put off from making them as i thought they looked difficult!! How wrong was i?? They really are pretty simple & also very addictive!!

Dashing Along Origami Wreath, #stampinupdemonstrator, #positivelypapercraft,


These are great to hang on the Christmas Tree, put on the front of your cards & even hang them in your car which i where i put mine!! It looks so sweet & the little bells jingle to :-) I love it.


In case you missed yesterdays tutorial i will link it below so you can go & check it out.
#1 Easy shaker Fridge Magnets

Please check out my YouTube video for full instructions. You Basically need 8 pieces of square paper. I used 4 x 4" to make my wreath but you can use any size you like. You can find the link to my video at the end of this post.

I will be back tomorrow with project #3

Bye for now

Love Ann xx


Comments

  1. Thanks, Ann... Loved days one and two, and look forward to tomorrow's project.

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  2. Hi Ann!! As always . . . loved it. This year my Christmas will be color (fuccia -- cholo pink) so I think I will do some with Painted with love DSP. Thanks a lot!! Look forward to tomorrow's projet.

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  3. Another idea I have to try. TFS x

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  4. This is stunning Ann, beautiful make xx

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  5. Here's another project I will be attempting to make. Hopefully it will not be too bulky to mail on my Christmas cards. A similar fold for the Dahlia flower too! Thank you for all your wonderful ideas and inspiration.

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  6. Hi again Ann, I just tried to make this wreath and are you using cardstock or a designer series paper? I did a practice one with just a pattern paper and it was falling apart before I could get the last one in. Maybe the paper wasn't strong enough. Anyhow I shall try it again. I just hate to waste my good papers/cardstocks!

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