Sunday, September 30, 2012
Autumn Decorating: Dictionary Page Wreath
Just popping in to share another piece of my autumn decor, a dictionary page wreath that I made two years ago. I ripped pages out of a worn paperback dictionary that I used in high school and college. The pages had yellowed and were perfect for the project.
I decoupaged torn pieces randomly to a dollar store wreath form until it was covered, then added another coat of glue to seal the wreath.
The fun part was sitting down with a pair of scissors and the book pages, and creating the paper flowers. I attached them to wreath with straight pins.
I don't know if book page decoupaged crafts are still "in", but I love this wreath and plan to display it for many years to come!
Thank you for featuring my wreath!
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