St Patrick’s Day Door Wreath

Time required: 1.5 hours

Give your home a cheerful St Patrick’s Day touch with this traditional burlap door wreath. Using just a few materials and your ScanNCut machine, you’ll create this fun and festive project in no time!

Materials and supplies

  • Brother ScanNCut (this project was created
    with the CM650W)
  • Wire wreath form
  • Burlap ribbon
  • Burlap trim
  • Styrofoam moss rocks
  • Green ribbon
  • 12”x12” light green cardstock
  • 12”x12” darker green cardstock
  • 2 pieces of wire (4” of 22 gauge wire)
  • Low temp hot glue gun
  • Fabric glue
  • 3D adhesive foam squares
  • Burlap dye ink

Instructions

For complete instructions, download the PDF instruction guide.

Karen Ellis
About Karen Ellis
With a passion for making everything and anything beautiful, professional crafter, Karen Ellis has been an event planner, a Brother dealer, and an educator for ScanNCut. Her extensive experience teaching paper crafts inspired Karen to open her own studio in 2007. A proud contributor to Creative Scrapbooker Magazine, she travels to crafting shows throughout North America to promote the publication and share exciting projects. Discover Karen’s knack for turning simple materials into unique things of beauty, today!

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