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4th of July Book Page Wreath: Tutorial

Visiting today is a craft crazed blogger {like us}....

Take it away Mellisa.....!!!
 
4th of July Wreath Tutorial by The Life of a Craft Crazed Mom 
 

Book page wreaths are so simple to make and make such an adorable front door decoration.  This one I actually made for Christmas and decided to give it a makeover for the Forth of July.  I love the way it turned out, why don't you give it a try!!
4th of July Book Page Wreath

 You want one, don't you?

 As far as the process of making one, start out by finding an old book and rip out about 30 pages.  

Simple roll the pages up and use tape or glue to secure them.  After you're done with all of them, take a piece of cardboard or even a paper plate and cut out a circle about 10 inches in diameter. 

One by one glue your book pages to the cardboard circle in a circular motion.  After all of your book pages are on, choose what you'd like to put in the center as your focal point.  

Like I said, this one I actually made for Christmas, and decided to change it up simply by putting a different center image on it.    I made the rosettes out of blue and red craft paper.  I happen to have a Forth of July sticker, which I used in the center of mine.  If you don't have one you could easily cut out a star which would look just as festive!!  
Good Luck!!  I'm sure yours will look just as cute!!




Thank you, that was an beautiful and Patriotic tutorial by The Life of a Craft Crazed Mom blog, just in time for Mother's Day gifting!!
Some of my favorite blog posts by her are:





 

Please be sure to stop by her blog and visit, leave her a comment and let you know you found her on SWEET HAUTE blog! Keep a look out for more tutorials...
Enjoy!


~Be Sweet
Christina
Sweetest Haute

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1 comment:

  1. I have a love/hate relationship with book projects! I love how they look but the one time I did one, I feel part of my soul died from cutting up a book! hahahhaa I would love it if you would link up with us this week! http://www.sowderingabout.com/search/label/Awesome%20Things

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