WREATH Apply glue to a small section of the foam wreath, then wrap glued area with A. Continue to apply glue to one small section of wreath at a time, then wrap with A until wreath is completely covered. Allow wreath to dry completely.
Leaves (make 10 – 5 with B, 5 with C) Cut (freehand) leaf shape from cardboard. Apply a small amount of glue to cardboard, then wrap with yarn. Allow leaves to dry, then glue to wreath.
Thanksgiving Wreath Reviewed by Christina Lee Rood on 2009-11-07
Christina Lee Rood have selected this pattern for the children to help make for their own special Thanksgiving Meal----with--others in the community---and-
they have been very pleased with their first attempt in using yarn and cardboard design leaves for their table decoration ---their even had fun making the circles to suit their own table sz.!
They give it 4 thumbs up!
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