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Get Kids Crafty November Blog Hop "Christmas"

Hello there, It's that time again where I participate in a monthly blog hop with Get Kids Crafty. This month's theme is Christmas. So make sure you check out all the great projects so you can create them or be inspired for your upcoming Christmas crafts and projects.  

We would LOVE to see your creations! You can post them in our Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/getkidscrafty/), tag us on Instagram (@getkidscrafty), or use our hashtag #getkidscrafty to share your projects! 

Alright onto the project with Riley and I. Did you see last month's craft we created for Thanksgiving? If you did than you might feel like this craft looks a bit familiar. It just shows you that if you think outside the box you can do so much just by switching it up a bit.  

For our project this month we created a wreath this time with snowflakes for our Christmas season. Hopefully it doesn't snow too much but a little bit is nice. Riley has been asking for snow for awhile, he wants to build a snowman. 

So we started off using the Big Shot machine, which is Riley's favorite to cut a lot of snowflakes. 

We used this die from My Favorite Things called "Let it snowflake" (Which I believe is discounted) I have linked to the newer version.

Then it was time to glue our snowflakes onto the wreath. AKA the paper plate that I cut the center out of. Two reasons why I did this craft is I still had paper plates left over from last months craft and two Riley loves using the Big Shot machine.

Tada! Here is our finished product. He also added a pipe cleaner bow to finish it off. Once again Riley glued this all together himself and I am super proud of him.

Now it's time to hop along to the other blogs and see their crafts.  Follow the links below and be inspired

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Comments

I love the blue and silver combo! This is a great idea!
Mom's the word said…
Wow, I am impressed! What a beautiful looking wreath, Riley & Mama. So well done & artistic. Wonderful craft & idea!

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