This craft is SO simple and SO fun that it had to make my shortlist of crafts to show today on CTV Morning Live. It’s also great to do with kids of all ages since they can help out at whichever level they feel comfortable.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Here’s What You’ll Need to Do:
First, get out your green construction paper and fold it in half along the long side. Once folded, cut strips into the fold, leaving about 1/2 inch at the top of each cut. See the photo below.
Next, fold the construction paper into a roll in the opposite direction of the fold you made earlier. It should look something like the roll in the photo below.
Put a staple at the end of the roll on both sides to secure it together. You can add one into the middle if you wish but I didn’t find that I needed it for a regular 8 1/2 x 11 sheet. I just put two staples in – one at each end.
Next, curve the roll so that each end touches and put a staple to secure it together. See photo below.
Here’s what it should look like at this stage.
Next, add a red ribbon at the top so you can hang it and add a bow or whatever other adornments you’d like!
Super simple and the wreaths also make great kid crowns once they are rolled together!
Questions? Leave them in the comments below!