This easy Christmas sticker wreath craft is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers and is a nice easy toddler Christmas craft to start off your Christmas crafting!
I love making paper plate wreaths – they’re such an easy activity to set up and cost very little to make. Some of you may have made our Halloween wreath earlier in the year. This one is very similar. Repeating crafts is a great way to get children familiar with the process and eventually they’ll start initiating their own crafts using the ideas you have modelled with them. As my children get older they are often remaking items that I made with them and putting their own spin on it.
This sticker Christmas wreath is part of our 12 Day Christmas Craft Challenge. It’s a free and inexpensive challenge designed to get reluctant crafters making things with their toddlers and preschoolers this Christmas. If you would like to join in you can sign up HERE and start at the beginning.
What you need to make a Christmas sticker wreath
- paper plates
- scissors (for adult use) – if you want your child to have a try of cutting then I recommend these safety scissors.
- Christmas ribbon
- Hole punch – I like these mini ones as the kids can use them themselves. It’s a great fine motor activity too.
- Christmas stickers. Any kind will do but I prefer foam ones like these as they are easier for toddlers to pick up.
How to make your easy Christmas sticker wreath
Cut out the inside of your paper plate. Try to do this carefully and neatly and then you can use the circle from the inside for one of our future crafts!
Put out the stickers for your toddler – let them have a selection of different ones.
Let your child enjoy sticking the stickers wherever they want. Try to let them do it their way – it doesn’t matter if they’re upside down, backwards or all crowded.
Punch a hole at the top of the plate and thread your ribbon through.
We would love to see some photos of your child’s Christmas sticker wreath – share them in our Facebook group or on Instagram (tag @myboredtoddler and use #MyBoredToddler so we can see – I’ll share some of my favorites).
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