October 27th, 2018 • Contributor: Cricut Blog Team
A wreath is an easy way to dress up a door or wall. Our Cricut Community members have been busy crafting some up lately, so here are some of our favorites so that you can go make them too!
Jennifer used her Cricut to cut out the leaves and a sewing machine to add the veins. So easy! You can use them as part of a wreath or for any fall or garden related project.
Click to Make: Leaves for Fall Wreath and Candle Ring
I think it's important to remember that Thanksgiving is supposed to be more than just an opportunity to eat all the food. Debra made this wreath that helps inspire to Give Thanks this holiday season.
Click to Make: Give Thanks Wreath
While I am quite fond of real flowers, one downside is that they don't last once cut. You can make a wreath out of paper flowers as Julia did since it will not wither away.
Click to Make: Paper Flower Wreath
I am loving all of the fall wreaths that people are making, like this beautiful one by Mary. I grew up in a part of California where you don't get to see the leaves change color, so when I moved to Utah, it quickly became one of my favorite things about fall.
Click to Make: DIY Fall Leaves Wreath
As someone who lives in an area that gets snowy in winter, I dream of when it will be spring again. On these days, it's perfect to stay in and do crafts like this spring wreath by Holly.
Click to Make: Spring Wreath
While this wreath by Amanda features a Halloween design, you can easily make it work for any season with the right paper. I love the dimensions that the paper curls create for this project.
Click to Make: Curled Paper Wreath