Apple Print Wreath
Apples are good for everyone and this Apple Print Wreath makes a pretty decoration to hang on the walls.
Trimmed apple prints
A sturdy paper plate with the center cut out
For the apple prints, we used a sliced apple, dipped it in paint and stamped it onto white cardstock.
We let the prints dry overnight before trimming them.
After we trimmed them, I used a glue gun to adhere a twig and leaf onto the back of each apple. In hindsight, I wish I would have used real apple stems rather than the twigs. (We had apple picking and had TONS of apples, which I could have used.) But, I will know for next time.
Next, I used the glue gun and adhered the apples onto the paper plate.
And, voila! An adorable apple wreath to hang on your door!
This craft is reprinted courtesy of Mama-Jenn.blogspot.com where you will find lots of great activities for the kids.
I am a Christian wife and home-schooling mama striving to be a Proverbs 31 woman! I am blessed with 5 kids, including one princess and two sets of twin boys! In my "spare" time I enjoy scrapbooking, though blogging seems to be taking its place. I currently have three main blogs. This is my family/homeschool/craft/everything blog. The Homeschool Resource List is a collection of all the free online resources that I have found for homeschoolers. The "Brown Like Me" Book Review is a collection of books featuring "brown" characters. I also write for Totally Tots, which is a blog dedicated to those with toddlers.