Mother’s Day Craft Idea: How to make a Pretzel Wreath

Mother’s Day is just around the corner! I believe the best gifts are handmade! Especially when they are made by kids! That is why I like to work with my kids at every holiday to create something completely unique! For this Mother’s Day craft, I decided to take things that many of us already have around the house and make something fabulous!

Make a Pretzel Wreath for Mother’s Day

Supplies:

  • Elmer’s Display Board
  • Elmer’s Glue All
  • Pipe Cleaners
  • Box Cutter or other sharp knife/sizzors
  • Assortment of crafts for decorating (sequins, pompoms, glitter, etc.)
  • Pretzels (We used Mini Pretzel Twists)

How to make a Pretzel Wreath

Step 1. Cut circles of various sizes out of the Elmer’s Display Board
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Step 2. Lay out your circles for decorating.
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Step 3. Place Elmer’s Glue All along the edge of one circle
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Step 4. Place Pretzels one at a time along the edges of the circle. Place them so that the top portion of the pretzel is past the circle edge. Place them side by side.
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Step 5. Check that each pretzel is placed securely.
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Step 6.Place Elmer’s Glue in the center section of the wreath where you would like to decorate.
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Step 6b. You can also write a name in the middle section.
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Step 7.Use your craft assortment to decorate your wreaths. We used sequins, felt and pom poms.
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Step 8. Take Pipe Cleaners and place one end through on pretzel loop. (This is for the handle or door hanger)
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Step 9. Twist that end
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Step 10. Do the same with the other end on the Pipe Cleaner
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Step 11. Check that all pretzels and decorations are securely in place.

Step 12. Set aside and let dry.
DIY Pretzel Wreath

Tah-Dah! Here is a handmade gift that Moms and Grandmas will LOVE!

Disclosure: This project has been compensated as part of a craft recipe project using Elmer’s #collectivebias . All opinions and photos are 100% mine.

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