It’s September and it’s back to school month. I’ve been seeing these crayon wreaths on Pinterest. My sister has been begging me to make her one. I, being the good sister that I am, told her I would make her one. She’s always been wrapped around my little pinkie. My sister is autistic, she goes to a day school so I wanted it to represent who she was. Crayons fit my sister to a tee. She has been collecting crayons for years. She loves butterflies and she is very passionate about her autism she never lets it get her down. I have never met a more resilient person. My sister encourages me everyday to never give up.
1 Large Hoop
1 Small Hoop
1 Box of 120 Crayons (I didn’t use all of them)
Hot Glue Gun & extra glue gun sticks
Paint and Brushes
Mini Chalk Board
Lay out the crayons in a pattern before you start to glue to get spacing right. Then glue each crayon one by one to both hoops.
Paint wooden letter and other wooden accessories. Let Dry
Add hot glue to the corners of your chalkboard; place right in the center on the back of wreath so that the corners are glued to the crayons.
Add ribbon, Add wooden letter and wooden accessories with hot glue.
If it’s a gift, wrap it up carefully otherwise hang it up and you’re done!