20 In Fall/ Int'l Bloggers Club Challenge

Simple Baking Paper Fall Wreath

How to make a simple baking paper Fall wreath to decorate for the season.

We are in the middle of September and Fall is just around the corner. So it was about time I made a Fall wreath, don’t you think?? Today is also Int’l Bloggers Club day and this month’s theme is “paper” . So make sure to check out more paper inspired projects at the end of this post!

Before I show you my wreath though, I want to share exciting news with you! Our little club has gained some new members who I would love to introduce you to.

 

 

Mary @  The Boondocks Blog

Michelle @ A Crafty Mix 

Pili @ My Sweet Things 

Katrin @ Kreativ K 

Eleanor @  Just Ella Bella 

Evija @ From Evija With Love 

Leanna @ Faeries & Fauna 

Marie @ The Interior Frugalista 

 

Mary, Pili, Michelle & I are so happy to welcome Eleanor, Evija, Leanna & Marie to our International Bloggers Club!

 

We are quite the international team here:

Mary recently moved from sunny Greece all the way over to busy New York,

Pili is Spanish and living on the Balearic Island of Mallorca,

Michelle lives in the southernmost tip of Africa, South Africa

Katrin is German and moved from Canada all the way to the South of Spain

Our new members:

Eleanor lives in South Africa and is a DIY, Parenting and Lifestyle Blogger!

Leanna lives in Canada and her blog is all about budget friendly DIY’s !

Evija is from Latvia and now lives on the Isle of Man and blogs about Lifestyle, DIY’s & Crafts!

Marie lives in Canada and blogs about budget friendly DIY’s and furniture refinishes!

 

To find out more about each one, hop on over and scroll through all of their amazing blogs!

 




 

Ok so now onto my “paper” inspired post for today!

Simple Baking Paper Fall Wreath

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What I have used:

unbleached baking paper

hot glue gun

wooden hoop

 

simple baking paper Fall wreath kreativk.net

 

Instructions:

This is so simple!

Cut the baking paper into long leaves of different sizes. Then twist the bottom end of those and hot glue them in a left-right pattern onto the hoop.

Gently crush the leaves to have them look a little more natural and not so perfect.

Done!

 

 

 

simple baking paper Fall wreath kreativk.net

 

simple baking paper Fall wreath kreativk.net

 

simple baking paper Fall wreath kreativk.net

 

simple baking paper Fall wreath kreativk.net

 

What do you think of my simple baking paper Fall wreath?? A different way to use baking paper for sure!

Thank you for visiting the blog today, for more paper inspired posts, check out my friends below.

 

 

 


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  • Linda
    26/09/2018 at 23:27

    Katrin, you are the queen of making humble things look so amazing! Great job! I’m glad you shared with us at The Creative Circle!

    • Katrin
      29/09/2018 at 23:07

      You’re so sweet, Thanks Linda!

  • Kippi
    26/09/2018 at 06:58

    This wreath turned out pretty. Great idea for a budget friendly and pretty wreath!

    • Katrin
      29/09/2018 at 23:05

      Thanks so much Kippi!

  • Sam - Raggedy Bits
    24/09/2018 at 07:33

    What a beautiful wreath Katrin! Will be definitely making one of these beauties except I think I will have to have mine hanging up all year round!! Thank you so much for the awesome inspiration!!

    • Katrin
      25/09/2018 at 06:49

      Aw Thanks Sam, it’s such a quick one to make!

  • Bright
    22/09/2018 at 02:43

    Wow this turned out great! We must keep looking around the house for craft supplies instead of buying more! Awesome!

    • Katrin
      22/09/2018 at 16:49

      Thanks so much!!

  • Naomie Moore in Castaic, CA
    19/09/2018 at 20:44

    Love seeing all the international blogs. So refreshing to see a different perspective, my hats off to all the bloggers, I enjoy each and every one. Thanks for sharing, always a fun idea or project – always a bright spot in my day.

    • Katrin
      03/10/2018 at 18:10

      That is so nice of you to say Naomi, Thank you so much, that made my day 🙂

  • Marie-The Interior Frugalista
    18/09/2018 at 22:56

    So happy to be part of the group, Katrin and can’t wait to join next month’s challenge. What a fabulous idea for a Fall Wreath! Only you could make unbleached paper look so amazing 🙂 Pinned to my Fall Ideas Board

    • Katrin
      22/09/2018 at 16:45

      Yay, so happy you are joining in on the fun Marie, I love all of your amazing transformations!!

  • Pili
    18/09/2018 at 12:19

    Oh Katrin, another amazing DIY! Your mind is truly amazing, I mean how you can imagine that something so common as baking paper can make something so pretty!! Love love love how simple it is yet perfect for any place at home

    • Katrin
      22/09/2018 at 15:43

      Aw Thanks Pili, at least the baking paper will be used for something, cause I really don’t bake that often…

  • Leanna
    17/09/2018 at 18:30

    Another treasure post. Turning something simple into a statement, that’s what I call elegance. So proud to be working with you.

    • Katrin
      22/09/2018 at 15:42

      Oh you are too sweet Leanna! I am so happy you’ve joined us, I love all of your projects!!

  • Mary
    17/09/2018 at 16:32

    Very pretty and delicate Katrin, just like those lazy fall days when you can sit at home and stare at the falling leaves all day. Your choice of baking paper is very interesting.

    • Katrin
      22/09/2018 at 13:40

      You know, I don’t bake a lot, but the paper came in handy 😉 Thanks Mary!

  • Michelle Leslie
    17/09/2018 at 14:26

    And just like that you turn everyday, boring things into such a beautiful wreath. How do you do it Katrin. Everything you make always looks so stylish and effortless. Seriously, one day I’m going to find a little bit of that magic too but in the meantime I have you to inspire me

    • Katrin
      22/09/2018 at 13:39

      Aw you make me blush Michelle, you are so sweet and that really keeps me going! Thanks so much <3