This winter wreath craft made from recycled cards and a paper plate is easy to assemble and displays well. It is gentle on the wallet too.
Supplies To Collect
winter themed Christmas cards
white wired ribbon
circle paper punches
Save winter-themed cards from Christmas, and ask family and friends to pass on cards too. Keep an eye out for white ribbon on discount racks after the holidays. Purchase paper plates at a dollar store. If you manage all of the above, you will collect supplies for an economical fee and have leftover cards, plates, and ribbon for other crafts.
Making The Winter Wreath
Cut or punch various sized circles from cards.
Cut a big circle out of the center of the paper plate.
Snip off a 24-inch piece of ribbon.
Invite your child to glue circles around the edge of the paper plate using a glue stick. An open spot should be left at the bottom or top of the plate for a bow.
Fold the ribbon into a bow. Use a glue gun to attach the bow to the wreath.
The theme for this paper plate winter wreath can be snowmen, snowflakes, or polar animals. The ribbon you select may be patterned, or a different color altogether. The choices are yours!
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