Here are 2 ways to create gratitude wreaths.
Handprint Gratitude Wreath
- Paper plates
- construction paper in different fall colors
- Cut out the inside of a paper plate.
- Trace your child’s hand on several different colored construction pages. You will probably need about 20 different handprints.
- One each handprint, write what your child is thankful for.
- Have your child cut out the handprints.
- Glue the handprints on the paper plate.
- Be sure to date the project because it will be special for years to come.
- Grapevine Wreath
- Glue Gun
- Paper Tags
- Hole Punch
- Hot glue gun pinecones to the grapevine wreath.
- Allow to dry.
- On each tag, write one thing you are thankful for.
- Punch a hole in each tag.
- String the ribbon loosely through the tags.
- Wrap the ribbon with the gratitude tags around the wreath and tie in a bow.
What about you? Do you have any favorite Thanksgiving crafts? If so, please leave comments below and feel free to link to your own blog posts about them.