DIY Paper Christmas Wreath is a fun paper craft to do with the whole family. It’s inexpensive to make and adds a festive touch to your holiday decor.
I hope you enjoyed the DIY Fall wreath I posted last month because, my dear friends, I am back with a DIY paper Christmas wreath!
I know we’re still a good couple of months away from Christmas but I am all pumped up about these holiday paper crafts and I can’t wait to share! They’re so easy and fun to make with the whole family even little hands can help and so inexpensive to make using supplies you’ll mostly find at your local Dollar Store.
- Paper plate
- Green acrylic craft paint
- Green crinkle paper
- Red pipe cleaners
- Paint brush
- Hot glue gun
Carefully cut the center out from the paper plate.
Paint the paper plate ring green and let dry.
Carefully glue the shredded green crinkle paper to the green wreath until the wreath is covered.
Cut off any excess crinkle paper that is hanging off the edges on the outside and inside of the wreath.
Fold two red pipe cleaners in half and twist the bottom together making the tops into loops.
Glue the pipe cleaner loops together to form a bow and then bend the sides out.
Glue the pipe cleaner bow to the bottom center of the paper wreath.
Don’t you just love the Christmassy colors on this paper wreath? It will surely add a festive touch to any holiday decor! Looking for more holiday craft projects? This Reindeer Mason Jar is too cute for words and this DIY coffee cup gift set is another reason to be thankful.