A huge welcome to Week 44 of the Tuesday Tutorials Pintorials Pin Party! 23 more sleeps to Christmas! This week I am featuring Christmas wreaths.
Kate from Crafts on Sea had made this beautiful paper plate Christmas wreath with her three year old son and she made a very simple Christmas wreath using only 3 materials. Anna from In The Playroom made this gorgeous stained glass paper plate with her kids. Jennifer from My Mummys Pennies used red and green card and some festive wrapping paper to make a Christmas paper wreath. I also just used a big piece of green paper with foam stickers to make a Christmas wreath. They are so easy to make! Hodge Podge Craft decided to gather her own materials while walking through the wood to make her own Door Festive hanger. Finally, Zing Zing Tree threaded wool to make a very lovely wool heart wreath. They are great for hanging on a Christmas tree!
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