I hope that you had a nice weekend! We had our first snowfall here in WI on Thursday, with the usual shock of the season's first driving in the snow, shoveling and cleaning off cars, etc. But this weekend was very nice with warmer temperatures and sunshine.
Today I have the last two of the small wreaths to share. The first is the one Jim chose and he wanted it to be plain with just the patterned paper and some ribbon.
Part I: Making A Origami Wreath - the Measuring Sheet for the Wreath
This sheet is used to measure the fold lines in the squares that are used to make the wreath. It will take 13 squares to make your wreath - 1 cut from copy paper for the measuring sheet and 12 squares of your paper of choice for the interlocking pieces that will make your wreath. You can use any size that you like - I used 6" squares for my smaller wreaths and 12" squares for the larger ones.
1. Take the copy paper square and lay it flat.