Finished the holly wreath sliceform torus!
I added sparkles to the leaf edges (hard to see) and red berries.
How to make the large holly wreath
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Cut 8 each of the two pieces. The pieces are sized to fit on 8.5" x 11" paper. (I used 4 different colors.)
This is a large wreath. You can cut it smaller, but remember if you re-size a sliceform template drastically you must correct the slot width to accommodate the card stock you are using.
Assembly instructions are the same as the leaf torus and daisy torus.
I cut paper braces approximately 1" x 1/4" to support the berries. Pull the smallest holly leaves toward each other until the points touch and glue the brace to the back of the leaves.
Glue berries where the leaves touch.
I glued all 16 pairs of the smallest leaves--front and back of the wreath--because I plan to hang the wreath in a place where both sides are visible. If you're putting it on a wall you don't need to do both sides.
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