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How to Make a Valentine's Day Tissue Wreath

Valentine's Day Tissue Wreath - finished wreath with three hearts in middle
This cute seasonal wreath is made using a wreath form cut from a paper plate. Scrunched up bits of tissue paper and crepe paper streamers are glued on to decorate it in pink and red. This page is about how to make a Valentine's day tissue wreath.
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Make this cute and inexpensive tissue paper wreath. It is perfect to hang in your office space and be festive for Valentine's Day.

Total Time: 1 hour

Yield: 1 wreath

Valentine's Day Tissue Wreath - finished wreath with three hearts in middle

Supplies:

  • 1 paper plate
  • 4 sheets tissue paper
  • 1 roll crepe paper (streamers)
  • 1 scissors
  • 3 hot glue sticks

Total cost of this project:
- Pink Streamers .50 cents (comes in a pack of 2 at Dollar Tree)
- Christmas Clearance Tissue Paper .29 cents (originally $2.99)
- Paper plate + all other material at home

Steps:

  1. Using a paper plate, cut out the inside to form a wreath.
  2. Valentine's Day Tissue Wreath - cut out the center of the plate to form a wreath
  3. Cut tissue paper strips in your desired length. I cut my tissue paper in long strips then in half so they were approximately 2" x 10". I used 4 red tissue paper sheets and 1 roll of streamers at 10" pieces long.
  4. Valentine's Day Tissue Wreath - cut tissue in strips
    Valentine's Day Tissue Wreath - cut strip in half and cut lengths of crepe paper streamers
  5. Crumble your tissue paper and streamers then repeat.
  6. Valentine's Day Tissue Wreath - crumple tissue and streamers
  7. Use hot glue and glue tissue crumbles all around. I was able to do 3 rounds and used 3 glue sticks in total.
  8. Valentine's Day Tissue Wreath - closeup of gluing on paper crumples
    Valentine's Day Tissue Wreath - partial first row of crumples
    Valentine's Day Tissue Wreath - first row completed with more tissue and crepe paper crumples
  9. Once completed, if you have any left over tissue paper crumbles you can touch up in spots lacking paper to hide any of the white paper plate. You can leave your wreath as is like this and display.
  10. Valentine's Day Tissue Wreath - here you can fill in sparse areas
  11. Or, you could add some hearts along the sides, or wrap around with some ribbon. This is an example.
  12. Valentine's Day Tissue Wreath - optional addition of a heart to wreath
    Valentine's Day Tissue Wreath - three paper hearts on the wreath
  13. But for mine, I hung hearts on a piece twine. I punched out hearts from kraft paper and then secured the twine with tape. Glued on another heart and then taped the twine behind the wreath.
  14. Valentine's Day Tissue Wreath - back side of paper heart attached to twine
    Valentine's Day Tissue Wreath - view of paper heart attached to twine and covered with second heart
    Valentine's Day Tissue Wreath
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