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Craft Project: Recycled Tiny Wreaths

Rings from twist off lids like those on salad dressing jars can be covered in green pipe cleaners with a tiny bow on top to make Christmas tree ornaments.

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Approximate Time: Depends on age of child

Supplies:

  • Plastic ring from a twist off lid
  • Fuzzy green pipe cleaner
  • Tiny red bow, either purchased or hand tied from scrap of ribbon

Instructions:

Completely cover the plastic ring by winding the pipe cleaner around and around it. Glue a tiny bow to the place where the ends of the pipe cleaner meet.

By preserver from Manitoba

Making Recycled Mini Wreaths
 

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December 7, 20090 found this helpful

These are cute. I will have to make some with my daughter and the neighbor kids, and share the idea with her art teacher. Kids will have fun making these. Thanks for sharing.

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December 7, 20090 found this helpful

These are cute! Great idea! Also adding beads for ornaments gives them more sparkle. Thanks!

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