Saw these on Pinterest and had to tweak it and make our own.
Things you will need:
Foam Pipe Cover
An Old book (Or new book & ink the edges)
Hot Glue Gun - I found out the hard way, get a LOW TEMP gun. A high temp glue gun will burn through your foam!!!
|Foam Pipe Covers. INEXPENSIVE way to do a wreath. $2.95 for a pack of 4 at Walmart! Bend into a cirle, and Duct Tape ends together.|
|Fold page into an S. Glue one end to foam. Do not crease the folds, (Unless you want a zigzag look instead of a flowing look.)|
|First layer of pages. Hot glue to foam. The more overlap, the closer your pages, the fuller your wreath.|
|Flip the wreath over. Your first layer becomes the BACK of your wreath (so it will lay flat against the wall)|
|After first layer, you can fold the ends to make pages stick out in the direction you want.|
|Keep going layer by layer until you are satisfied.|
|as you near the final layers, your foam will become covered up (You could also hot glue a ribbon along the inside to hide the foam.|
You don't have to add anything to the wreath, they are gorgeous by themselves. But I wanted to hang something in the middle of mine. Since it is going above my bed, I decided the word LOVE printed on an extra page of the book would be great in a frame.
|center your book page on a regular sheet of paper and put in your printer!|
|spray paint a frame to the color of your choice. I simply glued my frame to the wreath itself, but you could get fancy and hang it with a ribbon!|
|Finished product on an old door for decor|
|Finished product on an old window & frame added to middle!|