Cricut Spring Wreath

Maybe it is wishful thinking, but I feel like Spring is in the air! Something about having more daylight hours does that to me.  Now if the temperature outside would just cooperate, we could get there a little sooner!!! Until then however, I thought this project would help us all get in the mood for Spring. This is another project that I created when I was part of the Cricut Circle and today I am going to share with you how to make your own Spring wreath.  I even have a video on how I created the flowers!

All of the papers I used were printed on the Imagine using the Enjoy the Seasons Art Cartridge with the exception of the leaves which were printed using the Elise Colors and Patterns Cartridge. I printed the patterns onto white American Crafts cardstock. The base of the wreath is simple grape vine wreath from a local craft store.

The blue flowers were created using the larger Cuttlebug Chrysanthemum Quilling die.

All of the other flowers were created using a combination of flowers as noted in the instructions below.

Once I had cut and put all of the flowers together I hot glued them to the grapevine wreath.

The pink roses were given a light misting of Pink Bubblegum Glimmer Mist and then lightly inked with Worn Lipstick Distress Ink to give them a darker pink color.

I embossed the leaves using the Cuttlebug after I had cut them out and then lightly inked them with Peeled Paint Distress Ink.

Imagine Cartridges: Elise Colors and Patterns Cartridge (leaves), Enjoy the Seasons Art Cartridge (flowers)
Cricut Cartridges: Accent Essentials (small daisy), Birthday Cakes (large daisy), Mother’s Day Bouquet (roses and leaves)
Cuttlebug Embossing Folders: Swiss Dots, Textile Texture
Cuttlebug Quilling Die: Chrysanthemum Quilling Die
Other Supplies: 12" Grapevine wreath from local craft store, Hot Glue Gun, Gems by Doodlebug, Distress Ink by Ranger, Glimmer Mist by Tattered Angels

Cut Small Daisy Shape using the Accent Essentials Cartridge:
2.1" <Accnt24> + Shift x 18 from the yellow patterned paper

Cut the Large Daisy Shape using the Birthday Cakes Cartridge:
2.7"  Plain Base Feature <Flower> + Shift x 16 from the yellow patterned paper
2.5"  Plain Base Feature <Flower> + Shift x 8 from the yellow patterned paper

Cut the Roses and Leaves using the Mother’s Day Bouquet Cartridge:
1.5"  <Leaf2>x 18 from the green patterned paper
1.5" <Leaf7> x 9 from the green patterned paper
1.2" <Leaf7> x 9 from the green patterned paper
2.7" <Flower8> x 24 from the light pink patterned paper
1.2" <Flower27> x 18 from the light pink patterned paper
1.7" <Flower8> x 31 from the dark pink patterned paper
1.0" <Flower27>x 25 from the dark pink patterned paper


  1. I just saw this on Facebook, but wanted to come take a closer look. This is an amazing piece of work, Juliana, and such a fresh breath of spring (as I look out the window at loads of snow falling, LOL!)

  2. This is simply beautiful. I loved the flower tutorials! Thanks so much for sharing this project! I would love to make one for my studio!

  3. Thanks so much for sharing this. It is absolutely gorgeous and makes me happy for spring coming!

  4. Whoa...this is unbelievable!! So gorgeous...and thanks for the tutorial!

  5. Wow wow wowwwwwwwwwww! This is just gorgeous Juliana!!!

  6. I just made a paper flower wreath this week, too. I guess great minds think alike, huh? :)
    LOVE yours, Juliana! Your flowers are jaw dropping!!

  7. This is probably the prettiest Spring paper-made wreath I have EVER seen! Love it girl!

  8. This is just...STUNNING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. I love this! I've been wanting to do a flower wreath. But all I see are Christmas ones. With this snow everywhere I'm aching for spring. This is perfect.

    One question... How did you do the spring banner? I love that cute squirrel and bird.

    1. Thanks so much Angie! The banner, squirrel and bird were from an Cricut Imagine cartridge.


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