Advent Wreath crafts celebrate the long years of wait leading up to the coming of the saviour, i.e. the birth of Christ. The simplest way to honor and celebrate the weeks leading up to Christmas is to prepare an Advent Wreath. This wreath, as you know, comprises of acircle of evergreen leaves with four (or five candles) placed upon it. The first candle represents Hope, the second candle represents Love, the third candle represents Joy and the fourth represents Peace. The fifth candle, when placed on the Advent Wreath, represents Christ.
Popular Ways to Make Advent Wreath Crafts
Many Advent Wreaths are prepared with green leaves and twigs and real candles. The candles are then lit on each Sunday in the month of Advent, the fourth candle being lit on the Sunday before Christmas. Apart from these, many households put up decorative advent wreaths made by kids as festive décor. Advent wreath crafts can be enjoyed with felt, marbles, paper, glass, ferns, twigs and glass beads, ornaments, pine cones and synthetic Christmas tree branches etc.
Advent Wreath Crafts for Kids
Whether you are a teacher, an elder sibling or a parent looking for DIY advent wreath ideas to get your kids involved in the festivities, this gallery can be pretty helpful. Some ideas that you can find in the gallery are:
- Felt Advent Wreath Crafts
- Green Handprint Cut Out Advent Wreaths for Kids Crafts
- DIY Twigs and Ornamental Berries Advent Wreath
- Fern and Candles Advent Wreath
- Green Chart Paper and Printed Image DIY Advent Wreath Projects for Kids
To know in greater detail about these and more Advent Wreath crafts for kids, explore the gallery!
You can sew a felt Advent wreath. Use dark green felt to represent the eternal circle and the respective colors for sewing the candles. Use cotton or foam inside the candles before sewing them to help them stand upright.
This nut and glass ornament Advent Wreath looks amazing on a center table with real tea light candle holders. Glass marbles and ornamental nuts (or even real nuts in shells dusted with silver powder) can be used to make this wreath.
This beautiful felt wreath with Mother Mary holding baby Jesus is a great Advent Wreath craft for kids. Green felt leaves on a circular piece of dark green felt is used to depict the evergreen circle and candles printed out or hand painted are glued on it.
Cardboard and Christmas tree Advent Wreath with Reindeer and baby Jesus figurines is awesome! Synthetic Christmas tree branches, ornamental berries and a cardboard flat ring wreath cutout are some of the few supplies you need to make this!
The use of real and fresh pine twigs, pinecones and candles make this green Advent Wreath a gorgeous addition to any household.
This felt cloth Advent wreath is a fun and immersive activity for school kids! Felt cut outs in the shape of holly leaves, berries and candles, gum and some markers are all that’s needed for this joyful DIY wreath activity in class!
Toddlers can team up to make this DIY paper Advent Wreath in school. Each child draws and makes a star cutout while together they can make the holly leaves and berry wreath.
With a Advent Wreath kit which supplies Pine nettles, ornamental leaves, pinecones and golden rose along with real candles (third Sunday candle for Joy is rose pink traditionally), you can make this wonderful Catholic Advent Wreath in a blink!
This rustic DIY Advent wreath with branches, colorful shiny balls and fat white candles looks incredible!
Another kid-friendly idea for Advent wreath crafts is to make a funky wreath out of handprint cutouts in shades of green, ofcourse! Roll cardboard cutouts in the shape of candles and hot glue them for a lovely Advent Wreath.
When you DIY, why not recycle! A great idea to use recyclable toilet paper rolls to make bright candles for the Advent Wreath.
What a funky and simple Advent Wreath craft idea! Use elastic band or felt for the evergreen wreath and swirly balloons or plastic rods as candles! Felt cutouts glued together represent the flames of the candles.
Pre-school kids can have fun with this DIY Advent Wreath. Toilet paper rolls or old soda cans wrapped in colored paper can resemble the candles, while cutout leaves and holly berries gathered on a plate resemble the evergreen wreath.
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