- Paper or Styrofoam Plate
- Crepe Streamers (you could probably use tissue paper too)
- Construction Paper
First cut out the middle of your plate to create a wreath base. We recycled Styrofoam plates which made for a more firm base.
I used a roll of green crepe streamers for the body of the wreath. The kids liked to roll it off and had a blast just playing with the streamers.
We fan folded the streamers to help create the ruffle effect.
After the streamers were fan folded, we folded them in half width-wise, added the glue to the middle, and glued them to the plate.
We did this all the way around the place in two rows.
The flowers are made with the same basic principle. We took construction paper and cut out strips.
We glued two strips together. After the glue dries, fan fold the paper the whole length. The smaller the fold would make fuller flowers.
After the paper is folded, take one end and glue it to the other creating the circle. Then glue the middle to create the flower.
We then added a circle we cut out to the top to create the center of the flower.
The bunny is cut from construction paper and glued to the back of the plate.
I hope you enjoyed my project as I know we had a great time making it!
Thank You From Becka at Probably Crafting
This post was written by Becka M. I’m just a multi-passionate Christian mom of three, who sews, crochets, crafts, and creates printable and educational materials. I love working in photography, digital art, graphics, and all things crafting. The LORD is my guide as I blog about my life.
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