I love wreaths but I’m too frugal to buy one for every season. I thought this would be a fun free and easy fall craft project that Kiddo and I could do together. Perhaps the most elegant wreath in the world, but festive just the same.
First you need to collect some fall leaves.
I cut a circle out of scrap piece of poster board and we applied the glue.
Then add the leaves. If they are already dry you have to weight them down or they pop up before the glue dries. We used small glass jars, which kept the center weighted down, but allowed the edges of the leaves to curl up.
Finish off with a hole punch and a ribbon. Ta Da!
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