I just love this time of the year when the stores have already started selling Christmas decorations, putting up their Christmas lights and Christmas carols/songs are being played.
So, what are your Christmas decoration plans for this year? Truthfully, for me, I would still love to have something handmade and not storemade hehe. A little something that represents who you are and your own style.
Today, I'm sharing with you, a DIY hand-print Christmas wreath. A simple project that you can make with your kids at home!
A couple of weeks ago, we had our Nativity Play, called the Star of Christmas. The kindergarten and Sunday School kids were part of this event. This year, we decided that the kids will also be involved with the decorations. And so, we had the kindy kids trace their hands onto coloured papers. After that, the adults helped to cut the traced hand-prints and arrange them in a wreath shape, glue them together and finally add some punched out circles which resembles red berries, and finally tie a ribbon through it.
The hand-prints came in so many different sizes..some tiny, some big, some thin and some pudgy ones. How adorable! And for this, we are reminded that we all come in different shapes and sizes, and each of us are all one of a kind, specially created by our Maker. Awesome! :)
May your day be bright & lovely!