Total 2 Shares Like 0 Tweet 0 Pin it 2 Previous Article DIY Stationery DIY Entry #27: Save The Dates View Post Next Article Venues Location, Location, Location! View Post 40 comments LOVE IT!!!!!!! i wasn’t sure i would, but i totally do. Reply It looks gorgeous! And is perfect for the brunch. Reply It is beautiful!!! I love it. It makes me smile! Reply it’s awesome! and there are so many variations i’m thinking of right now- thank you for inspiring us all! Reply This is totally gorgeous! I am inspired and will definitely be trying this myself. Reply Love it! I may make this into our initials rather than a wreathe… could be amazing! And the color is so bright and gorgeous! Reply That turned out really cute! I can’t wait to see what it looks like hanging up. Reply Gorgeous! Can I go back and change my vote? (hehe) Reply it looks fabulous!!! I’m hoping to make pomanders like this but the wreath looks awesome! Reply It looks awesome! Over 200 flowers?? It was well worth all the work! Reply I LOVE it!! It turned out beautifully. Reply Too too cute. Reply Can you tell me what type of tissue paper you ordered from Nashville Wraps? The flowers would be a great fundraising tool for our efforts in “Painting the Town Purple” for our upcoming American Cancer Society Relay for Life event. The ideas are endless with these little “flower” gems! Thanks so much! Susan Reply hi susan! i ordered gift wrap tissue in goldenrod and tangerine. worked perfectly! i hope this helps!! http://www.nashvillewraps.com/ShowSku.ww?Class=016&Type=045 Reply Pingback: DIY Projects :: Reworking the Generic and Old « Prost to the Host Pingback: DIY: Tissue Paper Wreath « Bridal Index Pingback: 101 DIY Projects and Ideas | Stylish Events I love this! There are about 10 doors leading into my reception venue that would look great decorated with something like this! Quick question, did you put tissue paper around the whole back of the wreath as well? Thanks and great job! Reply hi jackie! i did, because it was going to be seen from both sides. but i bet if you were going to hang it against a door you could get away with only covering about 1/3 of the back. thanks and good luck! Reply How much tissue paper did you order from Nashville Wraps to make 1 wreath? Reply hi julie! i ordered 1 480 sheet ream of the 15×20 in goldenrod and one in tangerine, each around $12. i had a TON left over even after making the wreath and a few pomanders. hope that helps! Reply Would you say you had enough to make 2 wreaths? I am looking to make 2 wreaths and 8 half pomanders. I am thinking about using 2-3 colors, so I want to make sure I get enough paper. Reply hi julie! if you get 3 colors you will for sure have enough for what you have planned. i’d feel relatively sure that you would have enough with two as well, if you didn’t cluster the flowers super tight together. i can’t wait to see what you come up with! Reply Pingback: Prost to the Host » DIY Projects :: Reworking the Generic and Old oh this is INSANELY awesome…. I want to make one… thanks for the instructions and what a discovery, googled paper wreaths and your gorgeous blog was found and now to be followed… thea. xx Reply AMI!!!! thought you’d like to see… http://forthevisionaries.tumblr.com/post/288505553/hola-visionaries-may-i-introduce-in-the-frenzy thea. xx Reply i love it thea, it’s gorgeous! Reply It is very nice and seems easy to be done. Thanks for the idea .-= Despina’s most recent blog post: Toilet paper cardboard becomes art =-. Reply How did you use the two different colors? Did you use one color per flower or both colors in one flower? Reply hi samantha! i used both colors in one flower. i think they were 4-ply tissue flowers, so i would alternate using 3 plys of one color and 1 of the other, or 2 and 2 – the overall combination gave it a ton of dimension! Reply I think these are modern and pretty! I would use these for a wedding or party or even everyday on my front door. Reply Pingback: These Balls Look a Lot Bigger With Flowers On ‘Em | Weddingbee that looks great and very simple to make. Reply I use this as inspiration for my SILs shower. It turned out beautifully but what a labor of love! http://www.flickr.com/photos/broseric/5887661695/ Reply Pingback: Chickabug » Blog Archive » Orange party ideas Pingback: Orange party ideas | Chickabug Oh, man–I want to make these in red, bright green, and pink for Christmas!! Reply Hi, this is lovely. I put a link to this post on my blog today. Reply Pingback: Gold Wedding Inspiration in the Spirit of the 2012 Summer Olympics Pingback: Glitz and Glam: Lofty Inspiration | Julie Savage Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.