Love Letters: Book Page Wreath

At Restoration Redoux, Shanna has made wreaths from book pages before.  This time, however, she decided to make one of them in a heart shape, just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Restoration Redoux cardboard heart form

Shanna needed a form for this wreath, so she cut a heart shape piece of cardboard from a cereal box.  She had a vintage book that she wasn’t planning on reading that she pulled the pages out of.  Each page was rolled diagonally and sealed with glue before Shanna glued it to the cardboard heart.  In the center of the wreath, Shanna repurposed the top of a gift box that looked like a vintage valentine and put it there.  With a ribbon on the back, the wreath was ready for display.  Isn’t it pretty?

Restoration Redoux book page heart wreath

Visit Restoration Redoux for full instructions on making this wreath from book pages.

Recycled Paper Heart Wreath

Jeanette from Creating A Life shares in my love for cereal and, therefore, never has a shortage of the colorful cardboard boxes. She was determined to put some of that cardboard to work for Valentine’s Day this year.

cereal box to wreath

Jeanette paired one of the cereal boxes with some packing paper she had on hand to create this gorgeous wreath. I know Valentine’s Day is over, but I just love how this recycled wreath came out and think it’s neutral enough to stay up way past the holiday!

crinkle paper heart wreath

See how Jeanette made it at Creating A Life.