Paper Butterfly Wreath

Happy Friday everyone!  I have a really fun, simple wreath to share with you today.  This was a lot different than most of the wreaths I have made.  I always tend to gravitate towards bright, funky colors...but with Easter on its way I really wanted to try something with pastels, and I actually loved how it turned out.  I also wanted to try something besides fabric flowers, and once again knew I needed to use things I had on hand...so this is what I came up with :)

I give you my Paper Butterfly Wreath!

The first thing I did to make this wreath was to get 3 coordinating sheets of scrapbook paper and my butterfly punch.  I punched several butterflies from each sheet, and then folded them in half to make the wings stand up. 

Then I simply covered a wreath form in burlap and used some purple twine to accent it and add a little pop of color. 

Using the same scrapbook paper I cut out a few triangles and glued them to some twine to make a sweet little pennant to hang across the top of the wreath.

Finally I randomly hot-glued my paper butterflies on the wreath and I had my finished product!

I love how simple and bright this made my dark brown door look...now if I could just get the weather here to cooperate with my desire for all things spring I would be one happy girl! ;)  Thanks so much for stopping by today, hope you and your loved ones have a fabulous weekend!!

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Love this...I think I just might make one today! Pinned it, also...thanks for sharing it.

Jessica Terrence

This is oh so cute! I've already made a spring wreath this year, but I'l be pinning this one for an idea for next year. Adorable!

Michelle Robblee

This is precious! So light and springy!


love, love, love this! I'm a huge fan of burlap and butterflies. The purple twine added so much!