Halloween Paper Medallion Wreath

Thursday, October 24, 2013


I made this paper medallion wreath last year, before I started my blog. I absolutely love it! I hung it up again this year on my fireplace. I used some cute paper from K&Co and some matching embellishments.


First, I cut strips of paper 3" and 4" wide and 12" long. I used my Martha Stewart scorer board to mark the paper in 1/4" increments, then folded the papers back and forth to form the medallions. I used 2 or 3 strips to make each medallion.

I used decorative border punches along one side of several strips of paper to give some medallions a different look.


 I used a punch to make circles to cover the centers. I used the embellishments to decorate every center. Here's one of my favorite medallions: 



They're so pretty laid out on the table!


And here's the finished product. I love how it turned out!


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6 comments :

  1. I love how it turned out, too! Great use for the rosettes, I think.

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  2. That is awesome, I wouldn't have the patience to put something like that together! :)

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    1. I hear ya - but it's totally worth it :)

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  3. I love the wreath, the colors are beautiful!

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