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Apple Print Wreath

Apples are good for everyone and this Apple Print Wreath makes a pretty decoration to hang on the walls.

Supplies

Trimmed apple prints
Little twigs
Foam leaves
A sturdy paper plate with the center cut out

 

White Cardstock

 

Red Paint

Instructions

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.

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Early Elementary Craft, Paper Plate Crafts, Wreaths

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