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Pretzel Wreath Craft

Pretzel Wreath Craft

 

Looking for something fun for the kids to do tomorrow (Christmas Eve)? I try to spend a lot of time baking, and playing with the kids on Christmas Eve. One of my kids’ favorite things to do with me is work on crafts. I have a super simple Pretzel Wreath craft that the kids will love. The great part about this project is that you likely have everything on hand, it is inexpensive, and the kids can do a lot of it by themself!

What you will need:

twisted pretzels
hot glue
ribbon

All you are going to do is create a circle using the twisted pretzels. Using hot glue to hold the pretzels together, line the pretzels side by side, in a circle. Once you have glued a full circle (make this as big as you want), you will repeat this process two more times, to give the wreath depth. For the second layer, overlap the pretzels slightly with the top layer, to help close up any gaps. Attach layers to one another using hot glue.

When wreath is finished, tie a bow out of ribbon and glue it to the top of the wreath. You can also glue a piece of string, at two places, to the top of the wreath, for hanging.

What did I tell ya – totally easy holiday craft?

 

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