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21 Days to Christmas!
Try this fun bonding time activity with your kids, using the shape of their hands as a one-of-a-kind decorative element! Come up with a hands-on wreath!by Kat Von Einsiedel .
The kids really have a hand in this project—several, actually. If you have children of different ages, mix their handprints for a more interesting leaf pattern.
You will need:
- Light green craft paper
- Dark green craft paper
- Scissors and glue
- Paper plate
- Red ribbon
How to make:
1 Fold the craft paper into four, then trace each child’s handprint onto one side. Cut out the handprints.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
2 Cut out the center of a paper plate to leave a ring about one-inch wide. Use this as the frame of your wreath.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
3 Beginning at the top, glue on each handprint, overlapping as you go around. Stick on handprints of alternating shades of green until the whole frame is covered. Let dry.
4 Tie a red ribbon around the top of your wreath, and you’re ready to show it off! Watch this brighten up your doorstep.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Photography by Miguel Nacianceno
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