Make your own Wintry Paper Feather Wreath, it’s fluffly, sparkly, gorgeous and best of all, easy!
Last year I made my Fluffly Pom Pom Snowflake Wreath and from that moment on I was a little bit obsessed with white and metallic holiday decor. It’s pretty and sophisticated and kind of neutral. I also love decorations that aren’t necessarily just for Christmas. Maybe you don’t celebrate Christmas. Or maybe you want something that can stay up well past New Year’s so wintry decorations are perfect! I am so happy with how this wreath turned out! Here’s how I made it:
Winter Paper Feather Wreath
Foam wreath form
1. First I gave my foam wreath form a couple light coats of gold spray paint. Mine was green and I didn’t want any of the green to show through. And luckily, unlike last time, the paint did not dissolve the foam! hooray! 2. Next I cut out many feather shapes with my silhouette cameo. I’m pretty new to using it and I definitely had some problems with the cardstock ripping and wrinking around the intricate edges, but I found setting it on a lower blade depth and slower speed helped. Once I had a pile of white paper feathers, I used a small paintbrush to add some gold details. Some I gave a vein down the middle and others I did a simple gold outline around the edge of the feather. No need to be perfect here! (Shhh, don’t tell Aa I used his NFL catalog to protect my desk…) 3. When the paint was dry I simply hot glued the feathers to the wreath form in a clockwise direction. When it was done I LOVED it! It’s modern, sparkly, glam and sophisticated!
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