Paper Curl Valentine Wreath Tutorial

A simple and fun valentine wreath made from paper curls. Use any cute valentine themed paper to create this fun piece of home decor.

If you are looking for more fabulous Valentine ideas, try getting crafty with your kids, make a rustic Valentine themed sign,  or if you want a different style wreath we also have a fun modern Valentine Wall or door hanging. Another fun idea is DIY Sharpie Mugs.

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Okay, I haven’t made a wreath since last spring (if I am remembering right)  And I think they are fun, so I decided to make another one.  I saw the idea on Better Homes and Gardens for a paper curls wreath and I loved it, plus it helps me to use up my old scrap book paper supply, which is not being used other wise!  Who else is no longer scrappin’, by show of hands? (but don’t hold your hand up, too long, cuz I can’t see you, and your arm will get tired)

Anyway, here it is!  I made this last night, and it was super fast!

List of Supplies

Many of these supplies for a paper curl Valentine wreath can probably be found around the home if you craft regularly.

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Wreath Tutorial Steps

1. Start by wrapping your wreath form with a similar color to your paper.  Then set aside.

Wrapping a wreath with fabric Wreath Wrapping to create a pretty project

2. Cut your 12 sheets of paper into 1/2” by 12” strips.  I cut 2 sheets at a time.  (next time I might do a little less thick strips, somewhere  around 3/8”).  I used about 3/4 solid colored paper (but printed) and 1/4 contrasting light paper.  I feel like it was a good balance.  Fold the 12” strips in half.

Cutting out scrapbook paper for a fun craft project Preparing paper for paper curling

3. Begin curling your strips.  I found that holding my scissors at about a 45 degree angle with the paper helped to make the curls long, rather than just curling onto themselves.

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When curling the paper, start in the center and do one side, then curl the other side. so you have two curls per strip, this will help you fill up the wreath faster!

Paper curling technique for a Wreath at

Pink Paper Curl how to

I curled a good amount of my paper first.  And while it is hard to tell, I keep the colors in four separate piles.

5. Once most of my paper strips were curled, I took the form and using just one color I evenly distributed that color around the entire wreath, using straight pins.

Using straight pins apply paper curls to form for a pretty look

6. Once, the first layers were on the entire wreath,  I continued to fill in blank spots with the other two solid colors.  Trying to fill in both the front and two sides of the wreath.  Once the wreath was filled in, I begin to use the contrasting color, evenly distributed around the wreath.

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7. When that was all done, I curled a bit more paper and filled in any extra blank spots (especially on the bottom of the sides), and Ta-Da!  I was done!

A pretty way to decorate your home with a paper curl Valentine Wreath at

More ideas for decorating with wreaths

Wreaths generally go on doors, but they can do so much more. Here are more ideas for where to add a cute valentine wreath around your home.

  • Above a mantle
  • on a window
  • on a cabinet door
  • on interior doors
  • on exterior doors
  • on the back of chairs
  • use the wreath as a centerpiece and add a candle or vase of flowers in the middle
  • hang it on a wall, or above a bed

What do you think of the  paper curl Valentine wreath tutorial?  If you want to see another great idea for a Valentine wreath check out the argyle valentine wreath I made last year and the cupcake liner heart from a few years ago.

Be sure to pin this Valentine Wreath for later:

An easy but pretty way to dress up your home for Valentine's Day. Steps for making a Pink Paper Curl Valentine Wreath craft idea at

Originally posted 1.22.2013 // Updated 1.31.2020

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Cassity Kmetzsch started Remodelaholic after graduating from Utah State University with a degree in Interior Design. Remodelaholic is the place to share her love for knocking out walls, and building everything back up again to not only add function but beauty to her home. Together with her husband Justin, they have remodeled 6 homes and are working on a seventh. She is a mother of four amazing girls. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.

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  1. Love it!!! I too have a bunch of scrapbook paper not being used (I went to digital scrapbooking which I LOVE). Definately going to try to make this wreath. It turned out so cute!!

    1. It really is such a great way to use up paper! I don’t scrapbook either anymore, I blog oops!…. I need to have my blog printed into a book, I’d feel so accomplished!

  2. Love this idea! Got any suggestions for doing this where it would be safe on the exterior side of a front door, or is this an interior wreath idea?

    Also, can you add my email so that I can get updates from your blog. I love so much that you’ve posted and would love to see more as you add it. Thanks!!

    1. It may not last more than one season, but it depends on how much weather your front door sees… But you could always make another wreath out of the form if it doesn’t last for very long. Good luck! ( I entered your email, but you will have to activate in by following the link in the email you get, be sure to check your spam if you don’t see it in your inbox)

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