Halloween Wreath Made from Book Pages
Simple Neutral Halloween Wreath
How to make a paper wreath from book pages.
Old paper back book
14″ Grapevine Wreath
I used a smaller paper back book and decided to rip the pages in half before rolling them. If you decide to use a larger wreath form, you might use the whole book page. Adjusting the instructions to make your wreath to your own preferences is perfectly acceptable.
After rolling each of the half pages, I used a small piece of tape to keep it’s shape. I rolled a bunch of the half sheets before moving on to step two. You can always roll more as necessary.
Attach the the rolled book pages to the grapevine wreath using your glue gun. I just started gluing them in different spots and in different directions.
As I neared completion, I cut a couple of the rolled pages in half and used them to fill in any noticeable gaps.
Add a ribbon for hanging and a crow. My little black crow had wire extending from his feet, making it easy to attach him to the wreath for Halloween.
And it’s nice that I can easily remove the crow and use the wreath for my fall decor too. Below I styled it without the crow and kept it to neutral fall colors. Insert all the heart eyes….
Is this an indoor/outdoor wreath?
I would not recommend hanging this outdoors. The book pages will most likely not hold up to the elements. You could try coating the pages with Mod Podge or a spray paint sealer, but I can’t recommend that without trying it myself. Hope that helps.
Other great Halloween posts to check out:
Black and White Halloween Tablescape
Halloween Journal Cards or Place Cards
Halloween Party Favors (using peat pots)
Printable Countdown to Halloween
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