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Die-cut Floral Wreaths

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Add a modern twist to your decs this season with Corrine Bradd. Traditional wreaths are made up of hardy foliage which tends to make them last longer during winter weather conditions; the perfect decor for your front door. Yet in recent years, we have seen an increase in the popularity of paper wreaths – a savvy alternative to pepper your home with Christmas whispers. Our resident crafter Corinne Bradd has put together these spectacular wreaths which could be the necessary additions you needed this Noel. 

Die-cut Floral Wreaths

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YOU WILL NEED:
Templates from papercraftermagazine.co.uk
Copper rings: 15cm, 18cm, 21cm

METHOD:
1 Download the templates from our website and scan them into your digital die-cutting machine. Use each shape as a separate motif that can be resized and flipped.

2 Trim 15cm squares from coloured card and fix to the four quarters of the cutting mat. Use the layout screen to add the motifs to the squares, flipping and resizing to fit. Cut the designs and peel away from the mat. Add more 15cm squares and create more shapes as necessary.

3 Layer up the flowers and add a stamen centre to each one. Glue the leaves to the copper ring, arranging the stems in line with the curve. Once the base layer of foliage has dried, add more motifs to fill in the gaps, finishing with the flowers.

Why not download your FREE templates as SVG digital cutting files?

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