Wreaths carry a lot of history and significance. The circular design of the wreaths represents unity, inclusion, wholeness, seasonal movements, time, the sun and the moon, etc. Paper wreaths are most commonly preferred by creative moms for letting kids enjoy crafts with them. Kindergarten and junior school teachers often get children in classrooms too involved with paper wreath projects for Christmas, Advent, Halloween, Easter, Thanksgiving Day and other festivities. However, wreath crafts are so versatile that all wreaths need not be dedicated to any particular festival or event. Love spring? Make a beautiful spring wreath with paper cones, dried flowers on cardboard flat rings and more.
Versatility of Paper Wreaths Crafts
As you glance through the images in the gallery, we bet you can’t help feeling amazed at the incredible versatility of paper wreaths! From seasonal wreaths for autumn, spring and winter or from festival wreaths like Valentine’s Day paper wreaths to Easter and Thanksgiving wreaths, the possibilities are innumerable. You and your kids can also sit down to DIY simple paper flower wreaths with red paper cut outs which resemble roses or poppies. If you have lots of colored tissue papers lying unused, DIY decorative wreaths for the nursery or the kid’s room doorway are a wonderful idea too!
Unusual Paper Wreath Crafts
Besides the usual Christmas wreaths and advent wreaths made with paper, you can find some inspiring and creatively genius fun paper wreath crafts in this gallery. Examples include:
- Snowman Wreath
- Paper Turkey Thanksgiving Wreath
- Easter Eggs Paper Wreath
- Happy Birthday Wreath
- Sunflower Paper Cones Wreath
Explore lot more DIY paper wreaths craft ideas that are absolute fun for kids and grownups!!
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