Wreath place settings

Make your own Christmas place settings – they’re a wonderful way to decorate the table and guests can take theirs home to use as a decoration

Nutrition per serving

  • kcal 121
  • fat 7g
  • saturates 4g
  • carbs 14g
  • sugars 0g
  • fibre 0g
  • protein 0.2g
  • salt 0.2g


  • 2 shades of green card
  • hole punch (optional)
  • red card
  • glue stick
  • ribbon or string (optional)
  • brown card
  • felt tip pen
  • stencil (optional)
  • glittery letter stickers (optional)


  1. Cut a circle out of a piece of green card, 20cm in diameter, then fold in half to cut a 10cm circle out of the middle. This forms the base of the wreath. Cut 8cm-long holly shapes out of the different shades of green card – you will need 20-30 per wreath. Use a hole punch to cut out small circles of red card to make the berries.

  2. Glue the holly leaves around the circle of green card, filling the gaps with overlapping pieces. Glue the berries in clusters at the bottom points of some of the holly leaves.

  3. If you would like to hang the wreaths, hole-punch one of the leaves at the top of the wreath and tie the ribbon or string through it.

  4. To make a name tag, cut a small rectangle out of brown card and write on it using a felt tip pen and stencil, if you like. Alternatively, use glittery letter stickers. Glue the name tag to the bottom of the wreath. Repeat the process for the remaining place settings.

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