Super Easy DIY Paper Plate Christmas Wreath for Kids


Looking for an easy and fun Christmas wreath craft for kids? Check out the one below. 

This Christmas wreath craft is super easy and full of fun. It sure is a fun way to keep your toddler or preschoolers in the festive spirit.


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Materials required to make DIY Christmas wreath with paper

1 Green and red craft/construction paper
2. Paper plate
3. Scissor
4. Glue

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Diy Christmas wreath with paper plate

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How to make Christmas Wreath with Paper Plates

1. Fold the plate in half and cut out a circle from the center. This part can be used in making Christmas Santa

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2. Give your child green craft paper to tear in small pieces, Also Give him red craft paper let him tear and crumble it

DIY Christmas wreath with paper plates
4. Paste craft paper as shown in the picture with glue

Diy Christmas wreath with paper plate
Let It dry and your Christmas wreath is ready. You can decorate it with ribbon or mini bells as you like.

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