Pipe Cleaner Wreath Craft
Show the kids how to make this easy Pipe Cleaner Wreath. This craft will make beautiful package trims or decorations for Christmas Cards for that special person. These are so easy you can make a lot of them as a theme for your package trims.
In 1839, Lutheran priest Johann Hinrich Wichern used a wreath made from a cart wheel to educate children about the meaning and purpose of Christmas, as well as to help them count its approach, thus giving rise to the modern version of the Advent wreath. Source: Wikipedia – Wreath
- Two Green Pipe Cleaners
- One Red Pipe Cleaners
- Five 16mm Jingle Bells
- Craft Glue
- Twist two green pipe cleaners end to end to form one long piece.
- Slide on five jingle bells and space evenly.
- Wrap tightly around a pen and slide off.
- Twist ends together to make a circle.
- Twist red pipe cleaner into a bow.
- Trim ends. Glue to wreath.
Two Green Pipe Cleaners
One Red Pipe Cleaners
Five 16mm Jingle Bells
Twist two green pipe cleaner end to end to form one long piece.
Slide on five jingle bells and space evenly.
Wrap tightly around a pen and slide off.
Twist ends together to make a circle.
Twist red pipe cleaner into a bow.
Trim ends. Glue to wreath.
This craft is reprinted courtesy of Terri of MakingFriends.com.
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