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Thursday October 29, 2020    

Hand Print Christmas Wreath

[Hand Print Christmas Wreath]
A wonderful DIY Christmas craft for toddlers and preschoolers. This easy-to-make Hand Print Christmas Wreath is super cute and makes a beautiful decoration, keepsake, or gift to keep the house festive all season.

Making them yearly and comparing the hand prints from previous years is a interesting way to see how much the little ones have grown and will certainly offer fond seasonal memories.

SUPPLIES NEEDED:
[Hand Print Christmas Wreath]
- Colored paper (red, light and dark green)
- Paper Plate
- Scissors
- Pencil
- Ribbon
- Glue
Directions to make Hand Print Christmas Wreath:
1. Cut out a circle in the middle of the paper plate.

[Hand Print Christmas Wreath]
2. Trace your hand over your light and dark green paper.

[Hand Print Christmas Wreath]
3. Cut it out and repeat the steps to make a bunch of handprints. Create as many handprints as you want to make sure your paper plate will be fully covered.

[Hand Print Christmas Wreath]
4. Begin by glueing one handprint onto the paper plate.

[Hand Print Christmas Wreath]
5. Overlap another handprint with a different color. Make sure the wrist portion of the handprint is covered.

[Hand Print Christmas Wreath]
6. Repeat the steps until the paper plate is fully covered with handprints.

[Hand Print Christmas Wreath]
7. Cut out 12 small circles using your red colored paper.

[Hand Print Christmas Wreath]
8. Group the red circles by three and glue them on top of the wreath.

[Hand Print Christmas Wreath]
9. Tie your ribbon into a bow.

[Hand Print Christmas Wreath]
10. Glue the bow at the bottom part of the wreath. You can now place your handprint Christmas wreath on your door!

[Hand Print Christmas Wreath]

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