I love crafts that we can use for decoration around our home, and my adorable list of wreath crafts for kids helps you make things to make your house pretty all year long.
You can make your own wreaths using a large variety of craft materials. As I make them with my children we tend to use basic crafts supplies like colored craft paper, paper plates, pipe cleaners, pom poms to name a few.
My free printable wreath templates help kids along with Mum’s help, easily create some fabulous looking DIY wreaths for every season of the year!
We have Halloween wreath crafts, Christmas wreaths, Winter wreaths, Easter and lots more.
As my kids love crafting we are always making more great wreath crafts. I do plan on doing some animal ones soon as I think these would make great decor for kids rooms.
Which is your favorite? Any others you would like me to make? How about a pretty unicorn wreath for a little girl’s bedroom?
This Christmas wreath craft for kids will help you decorate a paper wreath with pretty Xmas decorations just in time for Santa coming.
DIY Easter egg wreath craft for kids. This Easter paper craft is perfect for young and old. You can decorate the individual paper eggs as you wish.
Scraps of felt and pipe cleaners come together to make this adorable felt spider wreath craft! This is perfect for children during Spring or Halloween!
Where will you hang your scary wreath craft? At your front door to give someone a fright!
This Squirrel Fall wreath craft for kids features colored leaves and acorns and is the perfect Autumn craft with paper for children.
This Winter Snowman Wreath craft for kids is the perfect paper craft for cold dark days! How cute is this paper snowman craft!
We love DIY Halloween decor in our house and this Halloween witch wreath is the perfect paper craft for little kids to make this October.
Why not make it at the same time as my spider wreath to make your house even more frightening!
Fun St Patrick's Day paper craft which lets kids make a colorful wreath featuring the colors of a rainbow, pot of gold and shamrocks. All that is missing is an lucky leprechaun.
Use colored tissue paper to make this pretty Christmas wreath craft complete with candle!
So what can you do with your wreath crafts for kids?
Personally I would stick the paper and tissue paper ones to your kid’s bedroom door. If you make more than one you can display some in the kitchen.
If you are having a themed party say for Halloween, you might want to make several of the spider wreaths and witch wreaths to decorate lots of rooms in the house. Obviously you might want to make them slightly different, say different colors.
If you like making house decor with your kids you may also like making my seashell wind chimes craft or my pink napkin holder.
Do you like this list of Wreath Crafts for Kids?