How to make a Paper Cone Wreath

Oooh.. Hello, pretty Paper Cone Wreath!   I just love these types of wreaths.  There bold, make a statement and easy to make!


Paper Cone Wreath Tutorial

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Gorgeous papers, huh?  The papers are from the Dear Lizzy Neapolitan  collection,  it’s an oldie but goody.   I’ve always loved the colors of these papers, it was hard to cut them up…..sigh….but totally worth it now.


How to make a  Paper Cone Wreath:

Paper Cone Wreath Tutorial

Supplies Needed to make a Paper Cone Wreath:

  • Hot Glue Gun (guess I should of cleaned up my glue gun for the photo- Ack!)
  • 8-12×12 sheets of double sided card stock
  • Fluid chalk or ink
  • 1-12 inch cardboard circle
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  • Cut pattered paper into 6 x 6 inch squares.
  • Roll into cones and hot glue together.

You’ll need to make approximately 17 cones for a 12″ wreath.   Ink the edges of the cone as desired.

 Paper Cone Wreath
Pencil a circle template in the center of the the cardboard to use as a guide.  Hot glue the cones on  the cardboard following your template lines.
 Paper Cone Wreath

For the wreath’s second layer:

  • cut patterned paper into 4 x 6  inch pieces.
  • Roll them into cones and hot glue together.

You’ll need to make approximately 17 cones also for the second layer.  Ink edges as desired.

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  • Hot glue the 4 x 6 cones to cover the gaps between the first cone layer.
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Ahhh….now Smile at your Pretty Paper Cone Wreath!

For the center of the wreath,  I added an 8 inch scallop circle and shadow cut from Cricut Elegant Edges and embossed a sentiment cut from Gypsy Wanderings.     I laced seam binding ribbon  throughout the circle scallop and stuck in a couple of cute leaf stick pins.


Click on the images to view more Paper Cone wreaths:
Ornament Paper Cone Wreath #christmas
Fall Paper Cone Wreath



  1. says

    Holly, this is really pretty! I love pretty paper too and then hate cutting it up!!! TFS the tutorial.

  2. says

    OH MY GOSH I love your wreath its so bright and cheerful. That sure would make anyone smile when they come to the front door. It’s ssssoooooo darn cute. Thanks for shareing, God bless you and yours.

  3. says

    Oh my goodness, this is so cute! I did a wreath like this with music from an old hymnal, but I love the springy look of this one!

  4. says

    Such a fabulous idea. Thanks for the great tutorial and for joining us at Cookin with Cricut. Come back soon!


  5. says

    I love this wreath and saw Craft-o-maniac’s post of FB and have got to create one of these… I love this and am totally inspired! Thank you! Beautiful job! Look forward to doing a blog feature with your project (if that is ok with you)

  6. says

    How clever and creative! Beautiful colors, wonderful papers and fabulous sentiment! You sure put a lot of work in to this masterpiece…and it shows! Thanks for playing along in our challenge at the Ribbon Carousel!

  7. says

    Oh Holly, this is just so wonderful! Thanks for the great tutorial as well. So glad you shared with us at Cooking with Cricut.

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