Recycled Book Rosette Wreath


Recycled Book Rosette Wreath


Recycled Book Rosette Wreath
Recycled Book Rosette Wreath

If you've got any old books just sitting on the shelves collecting dust, reuse them to create a Recycled Book Rosette Wreath. Not only will you get to learn how to make paper flowers, but you'll also discover how easy green crafting can be. Instead of spending your money on a regular wreath, create a blossoming paper rosette that you can keep or recycle just as easily without any mess. The time you'll spend on this gorgeous papercraft will definitely pay off.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Main MaterialPaper


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The wreath is beautiful. I actually made two very similar ones--one I have in my dining room and it looks beautiful, and the other one I sold at a craft fair. I only asked $36.00 for it... I probably made two cents an hour (haha)! The one I sold was made from an old vintage book, so the pages were very tanned. The one I kept is mostly a newer book, but I added some tanned pages here and there--it is quite attractive. I don't know if I will make anymore either. If I do, I will charge a lot more.

This isn't an EASY craft... :) Trust me...this is from my site. It took me months to roll over 500 bookpage flowers. It's extremely time consuming, but worthwhile in the end!


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