My daughter is very creative and I asked her if she had any ideas to help me with a Christmas craft. She responded, “yes.” So I got her to gather up the items that she would need for the project.
Green Construction Paper
Red Construction Paper
Glue (no glue sticks)
- Trace your child’s hand onto the green construction paper.
- Carefully cut out your child’s hand print and then trace the original hand print to make enough to fit around the paper plate.
- Then trace and carefully cut out two red hand prints.
- Carefully glue the green hand prints onto the paper plate. You can put them close together or leave a gap, it is up to you.
- At the bottom of the paper plate, glue the two red hand prints on top of the green ones. The red hand prints represent the wreath’s bow.
- Once you have completed gluing the hands on, then cut out the enter of the paper plate.
- Use a green marker to color/fill in the gaps on the wreath.
- Write Merry Christmas and Year on red hand prints.
Our Finished DIY Hand Print Christmas Wreath
I love this craft because it captures my son’s hand prints. He is growing very quickly and I love capturing every moment that I can.
Jolly Jinglers Craft Round-up
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