Make a Spring Wreath From Cupcake Liners

Welcome spring with a bold and colorful wreath made from inexpensive cupcake liners.
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Materials Needed

foam wreath form
cupcake liners in assorted colors and styles
hot glue gun
hot glue sticks

Layer Liners

In order to make a floral shape with the cupcake liners, you'll want to layer them two deep with one on top of the other. After separating the liners into different colors and patterns, add a bead of hot glue into the bottom liner and place the top liner inside.

Shape Liners

Once the glue has dried, shape the liners into an imperfect flower shape with the innermost liner looking like a bud. As the double-layered liner takes shape into a budding flower, crinkle it along the back to add more visual depth.

Glue Liners to Wreath

Add a bead of glue directly to the wreath and place each liner flower directly onto the wreath.

Cover Wreath in Liners

Repeat steps 1-3 until the entire wreath is covered in cupcake liner flowers, placing the liners in a random order.

How to Make a Wreath From Cupcake Liners

How to Make a Wreath From Cupcake Liners

Repeat steps 1 through 6 until the entire wreath is covered, placing the liners in a random order.

Photo by: Flynnside Out Productions

Flynnside Out Productions

Hang + Display

Cut string, yarn or twine and glue each end to the back of the wreath, forming a loop. Hang your wreath and display all season long.

How to Make a Wreath From Cupcake Liners

How to Make a Wreath From Cupcake Liners

Photo by: Flynnside Out Productions

Flynnside Out Productions

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