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Toddler Activities: Wreath Ornament

Toddler Activities: Cute wreaths make this one a perfect gift tie, Christmas decoration or tree ornament. Best for ages 5+ with adult assistance.




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wreath ornament DESCRIPTION
This wreath can be made with scrap materials in red, white and green in any pattern.


MATERIALS

  • Strips of material in green, red or white patterns.
  • Non Toxic Glue like Elmer's White School Glue
  • Craft glue for pom poms for best results
  • Sponge Brush
  • 2 Chenille stems per wreath ornament
  • Ribbon
  • Small Red pom poms
  • OTHER MATERIALS

  • Scissors for cutting strips.
  • Small dish for glue
  • Surface to work on such as foil pan.
  • STEPS

    1. Cut two strips per ornament. Cut it four inches wide and a little longer than your chenille stem. Most are 12 inches long.
    2. Add a little water to the glue to make it easier to brush on the material

    3. brushing glue on material











    4. Brush glue on the entire piece of material on the back.
    5. Place chenille stem at one end and roll the material until it's completely covered. Adult will need to help start the rolling.
    6. Repeat with second chenille stem.
    7. rolling chenille stems in material











    8. Take the two rolled pieces and twist. Use the ends of the chenille stems to twist and secure.
    9. Tie a bow where you secured the chenilles stems to cover.
    10. Glue on pom poms to make the berries. Use craft glue for best results.

    TIPS AND SUGGESTIONS

  • Show your child how to hold one end of the material and brush away from that hand.
  • Start rolling the material over the chenille stem to make it easier to roll.





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