Recycled Book Page Butterfly Wreath

Comments (24)
  1. sierra says:

    WOW!!! This is amazing! Love it!

  2. Teresa says:

    love it

  3. Taji says:

    So pretty! Love it!

    1. dwulf says:

      Thank you, Everyone!!!

    2. Richard says:

      Whoa. I am in love with this!! The butterflies are magical!

  4. Jaime says:

    Gonna have to try this! Love it!

    1. dwulf says:

      Thank you, Jaime!

  5. Joanna says:

    so cool!

    1. dwulf says:

      Thank you so much!!

  6. Ann Marie Miller says:

    Great job on this. I found you through picket fnce blogs. new fan and I love your website

    1. dwulf says:

      Thank you so much!!! I TRULY appreciate it, Ann!!

  7. Craft Mom says:

    You are so creative. This is so cool. I love it. I have a similar tree in my back yard and this wreath looks easy enough for me to make. Thanks

    1. dwulf says:

      I hope you try it out! Post it on my Facebook page if your like! I’d love to see it!

  8. Emily H. says:

    You did such a great job on this! I wish I was this crafty. I may try it with a store bought wreath, though! Thanks… it’s super cute.

  9. I LOVE this idea! You have some really classy-looking DIY projects on here! I’ll definitely be back!

    1. Dinah Wulf says:

      Thank you so much Jessica! I had a great time making ALL of them (I’m obsessed)! Thank you for stopping by!

  10. Patricia says:

    This is genius! I’ve been wanting to make a wreath but without spending on an overpriced craft store wreath. So glad you shared this 😀

    1. Dinah Wulf says:

      Thank you, Patricia! I made these a while ago and they are still holding strong!

  11. Dawn Burnside says:

    What a beautiful wreath. This really is so doable & so attractive. I have plenty of old books & can’t wait to get my glue gun out. Thanks for the inspiration. P.S.. I’m so glad I found your blog through Shabbyfufu!

    1. Dinah Wulf says:

      Thank you so much, Dawn! I’ll have to check it out!

  12. Dana says:

    How do you keep the paper and string from “wilting or curling” in humid weather. I live in the south and Im sure you know how humid that can be. Thanks

    1. Dinah Wulf says:

      Hi Dana! You can try spraying a couple coats of clear acrylic glaze to it. It works on paper and protects from moisture. Here is my affiliate link:

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