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Saturday, November 23, 2013

Easy Foam Craft Wreath

Things you need:
Different Color Foam
Glue
Foam Letters
White Paper
 A Circle Shape


Take a cup or a circle shape to make circles in the foam, then group them together to make a circle and glue them to the paper. Glue the letters to the wreath, make a name on it,if you like! And enjoy!

What is your favorite craft to do with your children? What other crafts do you make with foam?

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32 comments:

  1. I'm thinking that this would be a nice way to make a centerpiece mat for a table - perhaps for a special occasion like Valentine's Day or St. Patrick's Day.

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    1. I love your idea of using it as a center piece!

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  2. This is adorable! I love the idea of getting a variety of foam and letting the kids get creative. I also like how it isn't too messy :)

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  3. Looks like a fun craft to do with the kids!

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  4. I love the simplicity of this craft! My son and I just put together a homemade V-day card for daddy. I think it was his favorite card yet. :D

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  5. Great idea for a quick project. My daughter will love this. THanks for sharing. Have to get my hands on some foam though :)

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  6. I love the simplicity and variety that can be done with this craft! Thank you for sharing... I look forward to more :)

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  7. What fun! I always see foam sheets but wonder what to really do with them. I like how you added letters too :-).

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  8. Annie would love this! Maybe we'll do this with fabric on a skirt sometime!

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  9. Love crafting with the kids and this is an easy one. My kind of thing. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. I really like crafty ideas with little fuss. This is perfect! Thanks for sharing!

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  11. This is such a cute idea for my baby's nursery - maybe she can help me with the glue lol

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  12. Inexpensive, fun and easy! I like it!! Will pass the suggestion on to a friend of mine who'll be setting up her new nursery soon.

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  13. A nice cute idea and so simple too!

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  14. Cute! Just the kind of thing my littles would enjoy helping me create.

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  15. This would be a fun craft project for the kiddo's who are always looking for a project!

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  16. That's cute and easy! It will be fun to do with my kids. We love to do any kind of arts and crafts.

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  17. Quick and easy! Great project idea.

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  18. I am not into crafting but this seems nice and simple and it is my favorite color, blue! Thanks for sharing. :)

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  19. I think it looks really fun and easy to do with kids; it would also be a fun project for craft day at school!
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  20. This looks like a great craft project for the little ones! We have not made anything yet with foam, so it will be a new endeavor.

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  21. My daughter would love to do this with pink and purple for her room! The kids are all about foam stickers right now - we made lots of cards for Valentine's Day.

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  22. I think I will enjoy doing this craft with my little boy. It's easy and not messy too.

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  23. I love crafts and I love wreaths! This was really simple yet it has a lot of possibilities to customize. Thanks for sharing!

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  24. I wish I had your blog when my kids were little....I don't enjoy crafts and my daughters used to love them. This was a great, simple idea that would've been within my skill level ;)

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  25. My girls love crafts. Just a bucket of foam stickers and foam sheets is enough for them to create for a few hours. Thanks for sharing this project.

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  26. It looks like something that I can do with my daughter. I'm sure she's going to love it!

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  27. Perfect craft for kids! Also good to teach them how to spell their name. I know they'd love to hang this on their door proudly!

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  28. What a clever and inexpensive way to decorate. You can easily use different shapes, colors, patterns, etc to change the look to match your taste. My teen daughter is going to love this as a way to decorate her room!

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  29. This is a great idea and a perfect craft to do with my daughter. She loves to decorate (even at 8) and her taste changes by the week. This would be an inexpensive way for her to alter her moods and express herself.

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  30. The kids and I scrapbooked a lot when they were little. It taught me patience and to let go of what I thought things should look like :)

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