Hello everyone, TODAY I am sharing with you my Pretty Paper Cone Wreath. 
I have seen lots of darling book page wreaths, and other fun paper wreaths, but when I came across  
(you got to check her’s out!) 
I new I had to make one with all the cute paper I have been collecting.Thanks Ribbon’s and Glue for inspiring me.


Start with 20 double sided 12×12 pieces of paper (you don’t have to used double sided but it does help big time.)
-cut your first set of cones to 6×6 inch squares, if you are using double sided it should be 10 pieces of paper total, because you are flipping the double sided paper and cutting another 6×6 square.
-cut your second set of paper to 4×6 pieces, I had enough from my cut 12×12 paper to cut again. Also it should be 10 sheets of paper, because again you are cutting out two pieces using both sides.
-Next I took a piece of 12×12 paper and used a salad plate to trace a circle, and then I placed a second dessert plate in the middle and traced another circle. I cut out the circle. Then I flipped it over and hot glued a small paper plate to the back. 
-I then flipped the paper circle over and started rolling my larger cones and hot gluing them together and then hot gluing them down on top of the paper. I used the smaller traced circle as my guide to hot glue them down. Finish this process until done.
-Next I took a small paper plate and hot glued the underneath rim to set on top of the bottom of the cones. I then proceeded to the next row of cones. Rolling and hot gluing them down on top of the paper plate. 
-When I was finished I hot glued down a piece of ribbon and also hot glued down another small paper plate over the ribbon for extra durability and to give it a clean finish. 




what do you think? 
It was time consuming but it was fun, and I truly love the outcome and the fun soft colors. 


  1. So pretty!! What a fun simple project!

  2. This is super cute 🙂 Had to check it out!

  3. Awwwww…Thanks Jennie! What a nice surpris, so glad I inspired! Holly 🙂

  4. Super freaking cute…I may be going through my paper stash very soon..pinned on my craftiness board too!

  5. Love this, it’s so pretty and festive! And holiday-themed paper wreathes…the possibilities are endless!

  6. Love it! It is so cute and I just love all of those beautiful patterns!

    Take care,


  7. Looking very nice. Great project for a rainy day

  8. There was a time when I thought a gal had to sew to make wreaths. I’ve learned so much blogging! Pinning this to my wreath board….. the board that reminds me I can make cute wreaths too.


  9. Super cute and Holly from Ribbons and Glue is my best blog buddy! I’m so glad you stopped by to visit her! She’s the best! Your wreath is really cute! I like your blog! Smiles, Jill

  10. I just LOVE the colorful simplicity of this wreath! I can picture it for different holidays, baby showers, or just a quick style up for my house. Pinning you right now.

  11. Jennie, the colors in this wreath are just too tempting! How cute to put them to such a creative and fun use. I have a huge drawer full of cool paper I haven’t yet used. Thank you so much for stopping by Quirky Vistas and leaving me such an encouraging message. So sweet. I really do appreciate you hosting so we can all showcase what we’ve been up to.

  12. I am inviting you to come and be part of my blog hop:

  13. Love, love, love this!

  14. What a great idea for a wreath. I can see this working for so many different party themes. You are so creative.

  15. Really beautiful and eye catching. Please link it with me at Wow Us Wednesday.

  16. I am in love with the idea of using scrapbook paper to make a wreath! I feel like I have a ton of it and because I don’t actually “scrapbook” I don’t ever know what to use it for. This is such a cute idea!
    If you have the time, please link up to our summer wreath link party on June 24th.…thly-challenge/

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