Today’s holiday craft for kids is sponsored by our friends at Crayola, and it’s so much fun to make! As soon as I set out the washable paint, Clara squealed with joy and ran to find her craft apron — a sure sign that this project was going to be a huge hit with her! She was so proud of how it turned out, and was so happy to see it on display in our kitchen.
Oh, and Crayola offered to sponsor a super fun giveaway too! Details below…
To make a recycled wreath of your own, you will need: an empty oatmeal canister, Crayola washable paint, a paint brush, and scissors. Start by cutting off the bottom of the oatmeal canister, then making cuts around the top and bottom, but leaving a solid strip in the middle, as shown.
Next, open up the wreath, and invite your child over to paint it up with plenty of green paint!! You may want to add some white paint as “snow” too.
Crayola’s glitter glue is not required, although it is highly recommended for an extra festive touch!
Lastly, allow the paint and glitter glue to dry completely, then add a ribbon!
Now the FUN part — one very lucky Inner Child Fun reader will win a Crayola Holiday Crafting Essentials gift pack, including:
The following Crayola products:
Crayola Washable Markers
Crayola Colored Pencils
Crayola Glitter Glue
Crayola Model Magic
Crayola Slick Sticks … AND a $25 gift card to purchase additional Crayola items to help stock your craft supplies for the holidays!
Giveaway is open to US residents only, and winner will be chosen at random. To enter for your chance to win, leave a comment on this post sharing your favorite holiday activity!! This giveaway ends on Saturday, December 21st, 2013 at 6:30 pm EST. (See Official Giveaway Rules.)