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Tutorial – Wreath from a pizza box !


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Tutorial for upcycling pizza box into a wreath

It really breaks my heart to see the amount of cardboard and plastic, in good condition, being dumped.

I love finding ways to reuse, upcycle or repurpose household stuff, especially kitchen ware like plastic bottles, cereal boxes, milk cartons, milk jugs etc.

We have a set tradition of having Pizza from Pizza Hut for Friday lunch (our weekend)

And that’s how I have heaps of pizza boxes !!

Today, I am sharing a simple yet easy way to use the cardboard from the pizza box to make a wreath.

The felt flowers are also handmade. You can find the tutorial to those HERE.

This frame was salvaged from a friend, who was leaving the country and wanted to get rid of it since it was too large and had no glass in the front. Ofcourse, I rescued it.

Here’s the tutorial :

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Link for Tutorial for felt flowers

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Now for the bunting:

Bunting for wreath

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The heart shape in the wreath is made with white foam which was packaging material in the box, from a recently bought earphone set.  I added a felt heart and a button over it. And voila, it looks lovely !

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I think, its stinkin cute !   I liked it enough to have it hung in the hallway.

Black and white stripes with pops reds and pinks is just so attractive.

I believe, crafters can breath life into any mundane object with their glue guns and some paint  🙂 – One minute that box could have been chugged into the bin but we found a way to make it adorn our walls.

Although, I have designed the frame and wreath with the HOME sentiment,  It could be easily replaced with words like Love, faith, friends or names of festivals.

I hope you find inspiration in my projects and might consider attempting some of them.

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12 thoughts on “Tutorial – Wreath from a pizza box !”

  1. How cute is this?! I love that you reused a pizza box. I never would have guessed. Brilliant and economical – love it! Thanks for sharing at Sweet Inspiration!

  2. So pretty! I love the felt flowers in bright colors, they make the wreath just perfect for spring!
    Thank you for sharing at The Really Crafty Link Party. Pinned.

  3. I love your wreath! Thank you for the step by step directions. This post will be my feature for Tuesdays with a Twist this week. I hope you have time to join us again! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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