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Book Page Magnolia Wreath

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If you have been following our blog for any length of time, you probably know that we love book page projects. Past creations using book pages are Book Page 2 Minute Quick Print Art Quote Decorative Birdhouse and Paper Roses using Vintage Book Pages. These projects are all very easy to do and are relatively quick to complete. I have been wanting to make a book page magnolia wreath for some time now. On a recent gloomy, rainy day it seemed like the perfect time to pull all of my materials together. (This post contains affiliate links).

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This is the same vintage book that I have been using for years. Don’t worry – this book has no antique or collectible value. I purchased it for .25 cents at a college book sale and it was falling apart.


This wreath form was purchased at the dollar store. I couldn’t believe that they had them – they are a lot more costly at the craft store.

Book page magnolia wreath. Wreath form was only $1 from the Dollar Tree.

Using my hands I stacked eight book pages and tore them into 2 inch strips.

Book Page Magnolia Wreath. Book pages are torn then added to the wreath form.

These strips were wrapped around the wreath form and hot glued into place. As you can see, this step doesn’t need to be perfect.

Book page magnolia wreath. Wrap the strips of book pages to the wreath form using hot glue.

I then stacked 10 book pages together and folded the page in half. This way I could cut out a 40 leaf shapes in quick order. These leaves are approximately 3 ½ inches long.

Book page magnolia wreath. Cut multiple leaves at one time for an easier project.

I lightly crimped each book page leaf down the middle to add more dimension. Real magnolia leaves slightly roll up on the edges. The leaves are added one at a time and attached with a dot of hot glue on the bottom of the leaf. Make sure all of your leaves are added in the same direction all the way around the wreath.

Book page magnolia wreath. Add the book page leaves one at a time going in the same direction.

The wreath looks super cute.

Book page magnolia wreath. Easy to make.

It is going to get a lot of use in my home decor. I suspect it will moved moved around the house a lot. 🙂

Book Page Magnolia Wreath. Cobalt blue vintage inkwell.


Book page magnolia wreath. Paited with vintage cobalt blue inkwell and feather.

You can see I had fun staging with different colors.

Book page magnolia wreath. Adding a boxwood wreath in the center is pretty and adds dimension.


Book page magnolia wreath.

Book Page Magnolia Wreath

Overall, this was a very easy project. Beginning to end the wreath took about 20 minutes to make. Now, I’m off to see how this looks in the guest room!Vicki's Blog Signature


  1. Wow. That’s really cool

  2. There are so many pretty images to pin, I don’t know which one to start with. Thanks so much for making this process so easy to follow. This wreath is beautiful. Hugs, CoCo

  3. Love this project! Can’t wait to see this in the guest room, which will be adorable I’m sure!

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