I’m absolutely in love with this wreath and it couldn’t be easier to make! People on DIY sites have called this flower a Dahlia and it does definitely look like one.
I’ve seen many variations of the book page wreath on Pinterest, but after my Mom sent me this tutorial, I decided to give it a shot as I already had everything on hand and figured I had nothing to loose- and it was super easy and totally worth it!
So start out with a nice vintage book…one you won’t feel so awful destroying. I got this book for $2 at the thrift store, and many old books can be found at Salvation Army, Goodwill, yard sales, or library sales for a dollar or less.
My book was from 1959, it had a nice vintage feel to the pages, the edges were starting to yellow and the binding was barely intact, which was exactly what I was looking for!
I am in love with it and everyone that sees it has fallen in love with it. Needless to say I have had many requests on how to do this.
All you need for this DIY project is an old book, a piece of cardboard, stapler,and glue. If you want to put jewels, bells or something else in the center, which is optional, you’ll need those.
Watch how Robeson Design makes this gorgeous wreath in her step by step tutorial!