Olivia Crayon Wreath

DIY Crayon Wreath

The “Olivia Art Party” theme is well underway. (Remember the invitation I posted here?) We had to postpone the party for now, but that doesn’t mean I don’t have a sneak peek for you of some of the projects:) I thought an Olivia Crayon Wreath would be the perfect way to greet guests as they arrive at the party!

DIY Crayon Wreath, Teacher gift

Tip: 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.

Crayon Wreath

This is the view from behind.

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Add a ribbon to hang (mine is the signature Olivia red and white stripe found at JoAnn’s).

Place your Olivia softie (or favorite character) in middle (use twist tie to secure if needed).

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Comments

  1. 1

    Eva Gallant says

    What a neat project. Unfortunately I was born without the craft gene, and I’m sure my project would end up looking nothing like the photo!I just stopped by from SITS to say hello. I hope you find time to do the same.

  2. 4

    The PharMA says

    Good point Christa! I started to think about that too–I figured maybe I would take it down after everyone arrives or display it on an interior door. Or…guess I could wind up with a REALLY colorful front door:) haha!

    • 5

      says

      Pinspiration! This is the first time I heard the term — I love it! I have more Pinspiration on my boards than I can do in a lfiteime. I have an entire board devoted to wreaths, both DIY and ones I just find pretty (and one on my front door). I adore that crayon wreath and am going to see if my friend will let me make one to hang in the classroom where she teaches! Thanks for sharing the cool resources. I’m new to your blog and really enjoy your work.

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    Brianna Storch says

    My almost 4yr old loves Olivia, and I tried to appease my husband by trying to find an Ian stuffed animal if I got Olivia. Luckily I ended up finding a Olivia book on clearance at a Borers “going out of business” sale which made all of us happy until we find a well-rounded piggy family!

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