How to Make a Paper Magnolia Leaf Wreath

Use an old atlas to make a beautiful magnolia leaf wreath.

DIY Atlas Wreath
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Photo by: Andy Vinson ©Loch and Key Productions

Andy Vinson, Loch and Key Productions

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Materials and Tools

  • atlas
  • pen or pencil
  • 15" wreath form
  • scissors
  • straight pins

1. Trace a leaf pattern on the pages of an old atlas using a pen or pencil.

2. Cut out the leaf shapes with scissors.

3. Bend the paper leaf at the base to flatten, and stick onto wreath form with a straight pin. 

4. Continue sticking paper leaves into form until it's completely covered. Fluff the leaves for a fuller look.

Photo by: Andy Vinson ©Loch and Key Productions

Andy Vinson, Loch and Key Productions

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