Assorted green beads, any style will do.
Pipe cleaners any color
Red ribbon or twine for a tiny bow
Assorted decorations like tiny flowers and pom poms.
This is one of the easiest ornaments to make and it is great for helping teach your kids fine motor skills. First start stringing beads onto a pipe cleaner.
You shouldn’t need too many beads to form a circle. But your goal in the end is to form a circle.
Then twist top to hold in place.
I needle felted some tiny balls for one wreath.
You can use anything tiny to decorate your wreaths with. I used tacky glue to add my tiny accessories.
I usually say all ages with most of my craft projects but there are some that the tiny tots (ages 3 and under) should not be doing because of the small pieces and this project is one of them. But you can still include ages 4-100. So get out a bucket of beads and create away. Happy crafting everyone.