Thankful Wreath Printable

Posted by Liz McCoy Wednesday, November 20, 2013
thankful wreath craft

Today I'm sharing a little craft I've been working on for our bimonthly Children's Fellowship.  I'm sharing on having a thankful heart and thought this craft would be a great compliment to the sharing as well as a visual reminder for our kids. This would also make a great craft to make in your homeschool classroom.

This was a simple craft if you're doing this with one or two kids who can easily handle scissors it might take you about 30 minutes to complete since there is a bit of cutting involved.

I am preparing 15 copies of this craft and the cutting needs to be done ahead of time.  So my prep time is much longer.  However having all the pieces cut the assembly of this craft took about 10 minutes.

I've designed the craft as a template that you can download here and print out at home.

construction paper 
glue stick
crayons or markers 
yarn, ribbon, or string

  1. Print Template onto heavy weight cardstock.
  2. Cut along the solid lines to cut out the Banner, Wreath, & Leaf Template.
  3. Trace the leaf template onto your construction paper & cut out your leaves. (Approximately 20 leaves cover the wreath)
  4. Hole Punch holes in wreath & tie yarn to form a hanger
  5. Color the ‘I am Thankful’ banner
  6. Arrange and glue the leaves onto the wreath.
  7. Glue the ‘I am Thankful!’ banner over the leaves onto the  wreath
  8. Write things that you are thankful for on the leaves 



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