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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!
How to Make a Crayon Wreath
–Ribbon to hang
Tip: Lay out the crayons in a pattern before you start to glue to get spacing right. Trust me on this one…I’ll admit I had to do this part twice to figure that out! Then glue each crayon one by one to both hoops. Don’t be afraid to use an amble amount of glue so all the crayons stay put!
Be careful not to hold the glue gun too long as the crayons will melt. But have no fear, if it does melt then you could always turn it into one of those melted crayon projects. No room for any Pinterest Fails here–that’s just how I roll!! This is the view from behind. Be sure to remove any stringy glue from the back to clean it up.
Add a ribbon to hang (mine is the signature Olivia red and white stripe).
Place your (or favorite character) in middle (use twist tie to secure if needed). My daughter is absolutely obsessed with Olivia the Pig which I know she will shortly outgrow!