We’re not slowing down with the Christmas crafts. It’s such a great time of the year to make memories as a family. This fork painted Christmas wreath is a fun craft for kids of all ages. I love that you only need a few supplies to create this adorable wreath. Scroll down to get all the details!
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Supplies for Fork Painted Christmas Wreath
- Cardstock (12×12, any color)
- Recycled plastic fork
- Green paint
- Small Christmas bow (purchased mine at Joann)
- Mini pom poms
- Small paper plate (6 in)
- First, place a small paper plate on your cardstock then trace with a pencil. You can also use a bowl or any circular object around the house.
- Next, add green paint to the paper plate you used to create a circle on the cardstock.
- Dip the plastic fork in the green paint then stamp the fork around the circle shape on the cardstock. Continue painting with the fork until your wreath looks full. See pictures below. Once finished, set the paper aside to allow the paint to dry.
- Finally, glue a small Christmas bow at the top of the wreath then glue on the pom poms. If you don’t have any pom poms, replace them with stickers, sequins, paint or paper. Now it’s time to show off your adorable fork painted Christmas wreath.
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