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Color Book Holiday Wreaths


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Abstract Wreaths & Garlands

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These wreath abstracts were created by the kaliedoscope feature of my computer's graphics app. The kaliedoscope is my favorite feature. Occasionally I'll randomly select a few images from scissorcraft library to see what surprises I can find.

The color book wreaths on this page should be fine for children who want to contribute to the holiday decorating or write specially decorated letters to Santa. Print out as stationery or letterhead and write messages and letters to Santa or friends and relatives. Children can make photo frames by coloring or decorating these print outs and carefully cut out the center to replace with a photograph.

Enhance the images by adding little bells or sprinkles of glitter and bows here and there, or use to create Christmas wreath ornaments for the Christmas tree. String several different decorated images together to make garland wreaths or other holiday decorations. Kids can give these holiday wreaths as gifts to grandma and grandpa.

Applications for these patterns could include:

  • Frame: Frama a favorite photo for a friend.
  • Decals: Print on window decal sheets...
  • Foam: Trace onto colorful foam sheets to mix and match colors and shapes.
  • Cloth: Trace the designs onto tee shirts to create fun baby doll decorations with puffy paint and glitter.
  • Felt: Make filled puffy cloth pillows or window ornaments
  • Celluclay: Paper mache tree ornaments
  • Wood: Scroll saw enthusiast's dream patterns
  • Magnets: Print on magnet sheets for refrigerator magnets
  • Paper: Print and color with markers, crayons, water colors, chalk, colored pencil...
  • Stencils: Decorating the baby's room or use as patterns for sewing projects; embroidery and needle point.