As we approach the festive season, why not set yourself a craft project to create a unique door wreath to decorate your home. You might usually make a Christmas wreath with off-cuts from your Norway Spruce, or have an artificial one you bring out each year, but making a papercraft wreath is an opportunity to showcase your creativity and change-up your festive decor.
Papercrafting can be a fun, mindful process and is also an ideal activity to get the whole family involved with in the run up to Christmas. You can save your papercraft wreath and reuse it, or recycle it when the season is over.
Graphic designer Chris Stenner chose the Christmas ivy wreath for his festive decor, but there are a range of designs of varying difficulties on Creative Park if you want something simpler, or have young children who want to get involved.
Find out how Chris got on, and discover top tips for making your own papercraft wreath.