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Decorate a paper plate wreath to hold Valentines, birthday cards, or other greetings. Wreaths are beautiful any time of year!
Display your holiday cards on this wreath. The sample art shows hearts for Valentine’s Day, but you could use any holiday symbol you like. Here’s how to make the wreath.
Cut out at least four big paper plate hearts with Crayola Scissors. Color each heart with Crayola Markers. Overlap hearts to form a circular wreath. Hold them in place with Crayola School Glue. Air-dry the glue.
Color letters with markers on a piece of white paper that spell out a special message, such as LOVE. Cut out the letters and glue the message on your hearts.
Punch a hole in the top. Tie sturdy ribbon through the hole for a hanger. Tie in a big bow. Around the edges of the wreath, cut slits toward the center. Slide your holiday cards into the slits for a beautiful display!
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Gift wrap paper has been used for only about 150 years. Children bring joy to any holiday with their own designs!
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