Making a paper snowflake wreath is a fun, easy winter craft for kids. It’s a great way to use up all those paper snowflake if (like us) you are addicted to making them!
It’s so, so, so easy! All you need is to cut a ring out of heavy paper. We used blue poster board. My son squeeze regular ol’ white glue all over the ring and together we slapped on a few of our snowflakes. If you need instructions, watch my how to cut paper snowflakes video.
We mixed it up by using snowflakes out of foil paper, tissue paper as well as regular white office paper. We hung it on our front door. Now we have a winter-y wreath on our apartment door and an ice-y wreath hanging outside the window. If you find yourself enduring a never-ending paper blizzard, I recommend using one of these ideas for what to do with paper snowflakes.
This is such an EASY craft, and if you are like me and end up getting overwhelmed by the activity planning process, this is the best resource ever: Joyful Christmas Activity Ideas. I absolutely love these ideas and especially how everything is organized and you already have all the resources in your home.
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And don’t forget your reading material!