Sunday, December 18, 2011

Easy Yarn Wreath Craft

This YARN WREATH Craft Project is easy, fun, and inexpensive. The only supplies needed are yarn, ribbon, scissors, glue, and paper or card stock.

  • Cut about 50 pieces of yarn. They should all be the same length (an inch or larger depending on the size of your paper.)
  • Form a circular shape with the pieces of yarn. Younger students may need to trace a circle in the center of the paper, then place the yarn on the edges of the circle. A small milk or juice bottle cap or card stock circle template could be used for tracing.
  • Glue the yarn pieces onto the paper.
  • Add a ribbon or bow if desired.

Any color yarn will work or a combination of colors. If using multiple colors, they can be placed randomly or in a pattern.

If you want to incorporate a little math exercise, the kids can follow a designated pattern or make up their own pattern. The kids could make more than one wreath using different patterns.

Curriculum Tie-Ins: Math - Measurement, Shapes, Patterns

If you would like to view a Yarn Tree Craft, click here.

Happy Holidays!


  1. This is such a nice and simple craft :) Stopping by from Sunday Showcase and following you through GFC.


  2. Thank you Mia...I followed you back! Marcia :)

  3. Came by on the Not-So-Moody Monday Blog Hop :-)
    Following GFC, FB and NB

  4. Thanks April,
    I followed you back on all 3!



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