Yarn Wrapped Paper Plate Christmas Wreath

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My daughter and I went shopping the other day and found that the Christmas decor was already in full force. She was wide-eyed and excited to see all of the holiday items displayed. “Look mama, Christmas.” We saw a pretty sparkly wreath in the store that caught her eye. She oohed and aahed over it. Yarn wrapped paper plate Christmas wreath - winter kid's arts and crafts an fine motor skill activity

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I asked her if she would like to make her own sparkly wreath when we got home and of course she did.

What you will need:

Paper Plate

Yarn

Sequins

Foam Christmas Stickers

Acrylic Paint

School Glue

Directions: Cut out the center of the paper plate. Paint the outer ring in acrylic paint and let it dry.

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Wrap strands of yarn around the paper plate. My daughter tried to do it with the full ball and got a little tangled. Long strands will work best.

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Squeeze school glue around your wreath and add sequins or glitter.

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Add foam stickers or any other fun embellishments of your choosing to your wreath. Make a bow out of your yarn for an extra finishing touch and glue it to your wreath as well.

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Let the glue dry completely and find a place to display your pretty new wreath.

Yarn wrapped paper plate Christmas wreath - winter kid's arts and crafts and fine motor activity

Yarn wrapped paper plate Christmas wreath - winter kid's arts and crafts an fine motor skill activity

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