I love this wreath! I've been seeing crepe paper wreaths where the crepe paper is wrapped around the styrofoam ring, but I wanted something a little fuller. I suddenly flashed back to elementary school when we made dogwood tree blooms with pink crepe paper squares for a unit on Washington, D.C. We learned how to wrap the little squares around our pencil erasers and glue them into place. I did the exact same thing with this wreath.
I began by wrapping the crepe paper all the way around and then starting placing "dogwood blooms" all the way around the wreath. I was only about a fourth of the way through when Dennis came in and said, "Peach?" I told him to just wait and see!
The little primitive house was cut with my Cricut and I added a bottlebrush tree. I thought it still needed a little something, so I added a glittery star and some pretty acqua seam binding ribbon.
I'm not so happy with these photos, but hopefully you can see it okay! I am happy with the way the wreath turned out...especially after Dennis questioned the color choice!