Time for another Christmas craft – because, now that Lennox is out of school – we have to find things to keep her busy! For this craft we made a Hand Print Christmas Wreath!
What you will need:
- Green & Red Construction Paper
- Paper Plate
- Pencil / Pen
- String / Ribbon
How to make a HandPrint Christmas Wreath
Step One: Trace your child’s hand (or have them trace their hand if they can do it themselves) onto a sheet of construction paper. Try to get as many hands to fit on one sheet as you can.
Step Three: Take a paper place and cut the middle out. You can use an exacto-knife for this if you have one. If not, then just cut a little cut in one side and then cut a circle out of the middle. I then taped the little cut back up at the end – but not really necessary!
Step Four: Once all the hands are cut out and the paper plate is ready – place all the handprints on the circle and glue them together and to the plate. I went through and glued everything on and then went back through and lifted up a few edges to make them a little more flat / secure.
Step Five: After the glue is dry, attach a string or ribbon and hang up – that’s it! Easy enough right?
If you are looking for another Christmas craft – check out these handprint snowmen ornaments!