This craft is my creative spin on the “thankfulness” list – it’s a fun and visual way to list the things you’re thankful for, it’s inexpensive and enjoyable to make, and it can be used year after year!
To create this wreath, tear an old atlas or map paper into strips and mod podge them onto a foam wreath base. Cover the entire wreath with another coat of mod podge. Cut a simple ribbon banner out of foam board or mat board and use a paint marker to add a message.
Make simple flags from old ledger paper or scrapbook paper and glue them onto quilting pins. Use the flags to write the things you’re thankful for and pin them into your wreath.
This makes a great Thanksgiving activity and the wreath can be reused year after year with new flags.
There is always something to be thankful for. And giving thanks is a great way to improve our outlook on the world, as well as reminding ourselves of all the good things in our lives that we often take for granted.