Learn how to make a small autumn wreath with quilling paper leaves for rustic home decor.
There’s something about fall that makes me want to get super crafty.
I don’t know if its the crisp air, the cozy vibes, or the simple fact that I have a little more time to work now that my children are back in school.
Whatever the reason, I recently pulled out my quilling tools and created a video for an autumn wreath that’s decorated with quilling paper leaves.
It’s a really simple craft that’s great for paper crafting beginners.
The best part is that you can make it totally customizable by choosing your favorite fall colors of quilling paper strips.
In the video, I share how to make a simple pointed leaf and also a maple leaf.
If you have another quilling paper leaf that you like to make, by all means, add that in too!
You’ll need to make a whole bunch of leaves, but they come together pretty quickly.
I also show in the video how to prepare an embroidery hoop to make a wreath.
I share a few tips for adding your quilling to your wreath, as well.
I chose to include a couple paper acorns to mine!
If you have any questions about how to make an autumn wreath with quilling paper leaves, don’t hesitate to leave them in the comments.
I’ll answer them as soon as I can.
Until then, happy fall, y’all!
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