The first are door hanger decorations. My father cuts the shape out with recycled card board. You can use a can or bottle to use as a template for the circle. These collages can be created for many different holidays and seasons. Cutting, pasting, gluing may be easy for you, but difficult for my seniors. Diminished vision due to macular degeneration makes it hard to see the pictures. Arthritic hands makes it painful to utilize scissors to cut pictures. Alzheimers disease creates difficulty concentrating and focusing on completing tasks. With my assistance they are able work through their impairments to create wonderful holiday treasures. We utilized recycled magazines, advertisements and catalogues as a source of supplies.
Similar in concept but more difficult to do are the holiday wreaths. These can be a theme of holiday greenery, holiday foods or specific Christmas or Chanukah colors. I suggest the cutting around the inner circle and outer circle be after all the pictures are chosen and glued. This saves a great deal of time since the activity must be completed within an hour. The ones featured below are fall harvest vegetable wreaths. Old seed catalogues, newspaper flyers and magazines were the source of materials for this project.
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