Remember what you’re grateful for with a Thanksgiving gratitude wreath! It’s a fun and meaningful tradition for both kids and adults to help us focus on what we’re thankful for.
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- White card stock
- Piece of cardboard (I used a pizza box)
- Scissors or cutting machine (I used my Cricut)
- Glue dots, adhesive, or wrinkle-free glue
Make your Thanksgiving gratitude wreath!
Basically you’ll be making a version of the Fall paper wreath with the Give Thanks banner and writing down what you’re grateful for.
1. Download the free printable leaves and banners. Choose the size leaves you’d like. (I used Large for this wreath)
*Download includes traditional printables and pages to upload for cutting machine. (Worked great with my Cricut!)
Enter info for printable:
2. Print the leaves and banner on card stock.
3. Cut out with your Cricut or scissors.
4. Use a large bowl or a plate, turn it upside down, and place it on your cardboard. Trace around the edge for the size you’d like the wreath to be. Take a smaller plate and trace an inner circle or just free hand it about 1 1/2 inches inside the first circle.
5. Cut the circle out.
*If you’d like it to be more sturdy, make two cardboard circles and glue them together.
5. Write something you’re grateful for on each wreath.
6. Arrange leaves on circle until you like how it looks.
7. Glue leaves in place.
8. Arrange the sign where you’d like it to be and glue it on.
9. Attach a hanger if desired.
10. Write the year on the back or on one of the leaves so you’re remember which Thanksgiving gratitude wreath was written each year.