I used a 1.5" scallop punch to cut out the girls' "wreaths".
I then used a standard hole punch to make six random holes in each wreath. And I used a 1" punch to cut circles from red card stock.
My little elves then glued the red circles on the backs of the wreaths.
I then mounted everything on a larger piece of red (and some wine-colored) card stock, then on white, to make a gift tag.
(Using the 1" red circles seems like an extra step, but it was helpful in giving the fingerpainted disks more stability...particularly when Baby A glops the paint so thickly, causing the paper to wrinkle!)
At not-quite three, our girls are still a bit young to be a lot of help in the kitchen...but I know they'll be really proud to see their handiwork adorning the homemade gifts to our neighbors and friends this holiday.
I'm linking up with Marcia at 1,2,3 Blog for her Virtual Craft Day link-up. (Thank you to Marcia for encouraging me to get crafty at least once a month...it's not always easy to make time for it, but it's good for this mama's soul!)
And I'm linking up with Charlene at Adventures-in-Mommy-Land for Hey, Mom, Look What I Did! (Head over for loads of great inspiration to get crafting with your kiddos!)