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How to Make a Book Pages Wreath

Video Tutorial by Deena Adams

Welcome to my blog! Today I’m sharing a video on how to make a cool wreath from book pages. This would be a great gift for the author or book lover in your life.

This is super easy, and ANYONE can do it! Let me know what you think in the comments.

If you make one of these wreaths, please share a picture with me! And please share this post with others to spread the word!

Join the conversation. Have you ever created something from the pages of a book? What did you make? Do you plan to try this book pages wreath? Who will you share this video with?

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As a Jesus girl for more than thirty years, Deena Adams understands how important hope is to daily life, which fuels her passion to inspire others through hope-filled fiction based on true to life stories. She is represented by Tamela Hancock Murray of the Steve Laube Agency and is a multi-award-winning writer, an active ACFW member, and ACFW Virginia president. Connect with Deena through her website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


  • Doreen McAvoy

    This is so nice, Deena! I agree with Colleen about tearing out pages, but, as a librarian who is constantly weeding the collection, I can tell you that there are some books that are almost impossible to rehome–sets of encyclopedias, for example. This gave me a good idea. What a nice way to make use of the pages of history…Thanks for sharing!

    • Deena Adams

      Doreen, I’m so glad the post inspired you. Trust me, it was hard to find a book on my shelves I was willing to use! I also thought about old encyclopedias. With the internet, most will never be used again. Let me know how it goes when you make a wreath. I’d love to see it. Thanks for watching the video and joining the conversation!

  • Colleen Snyder

    I think this is a beautiful wreath! And not hard to do. I’m still not a fan of destroying books…but I suppose I could find some I started then never finished that would serve. As long as I can roll them so the offensive words are on the bottom!

    • Deena Adams

      Do you have any old text books? Or stop by a thrift store or garage sale and pick up some old, worn out books. Thanks for stopping by my blog and joining the conversation!

  • Teresa+Moyer

    I would look at grarage sales in the free boxes for bamaged books then I would not feel bad about tearing pages out 🙂 Very cute!