This is a cute and fun little Christmas wreath that you can make out of household items you're probably happy to recycle 🎄
- old newspaper
- red tea towel (cut into strips about 4cm wide by the width of the tea towel)
- white sheet (cut in a length of around 1.5-2 metres, by around 30cm
1. Separate the newspaper into two even piles (e.g. 7-8 pages each) then lay them together side by side length way and cellotape together.
2. Roll the newspaper into a cylinder shape and cellotape then curve around into a circle/wreath shape (it won't be perfect, but that's okay).
3. Using the 30cm width of the sheet, twine or wrap the white sheet around the newspaper until you have covered the newspaper and used the full length of the sheet.
4. Use your strips of red tea towel to secure the loose end of the sheet and tie it in a knot. Then use the red tea towel stripes at 12, 3, 6 and 9 o'clock intervals tying knots, then fill those gaps again with more knots of red tea towel.
My little boy had the most fun tearing the sheet and tea towel into strips :)