Egg Carton Wreath
Save those egg cartons so the kids can make an Egg Carton Wreath that will look pretty long after Easter is over. This craft is good for the kids to make any time of year, all you have to do is change the colors for the season or the holiday.
Trivia: Wreaths are traditionally hung over the front door. Be creative and try hanging them over sconces, mirrors or any place they will add a decorative touch.
Colored Poster Board
Green and Purple Construction Paper
String or Yarn
Cut apart egg carton sections. Trim evenly.
Make slits in the sections and bend away from the center.
Trace around a plate on a piece of poster board to make a circle. Trace around a slightly bigger plate to make a ring around your first circle. Cut out.
Glue flower sections to wreath. Cut leaves out of construction paper to glue to wreath.
Cut or punch out small circles to make flower centers. Glue in place.
Make a loop out of yarn. Glue on back for a hanger.
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