When our kids get pampered with lots of kinder joys or kinder eggs or kinder surprise (Whatever the marketing guys decide to call it!!) we end up with tiny toys with lots of bits and bobs all around the house under the term "it's our collection"
So after two years of going through this collection dump in our home, we decided to do this wreath DIY project, so the kids could see their collection and throw away things that no longer fit together.
This activity was great to keep kids away from their screen and engaged in some activity with a fruitful result in the end.


  • 3-4 Shower Cap rings. Plastic white rings
  • Multi-coloured toys found inside Kinder Joy chocolates
  • hot glue gun


  1. Shower caps in dollar shops usually come with a white ring inside them. Bundle 3-4 rings together and tie it with some yarn. spread some hot glue on the yarn to make the wreath base stronger.
  2. Select big toys which are in good shape and colourful to be stuck on four directions of the wreath first.
  3. once all big toys are placed, fill in the gaps with small accessory pieces like butterfly rings, wings, shoes or bracelet charms. Let it dry, buff all the pieces so no dry glue strings are seen. Hang this wreath on the toy room door or window for the kids to look at their collection without making a mess !!


You can customise these wreaths with a theme of colours or characters suitable for boye or girls. I just simply used the best condition toys together.

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  • Fun idea to get the kids helping with.


  • I’ve always wondered what to do with these! Fun idea


  • Wow a much better solution for those tiny toys that go missing!


  • A great way to display the toys! Such a good idea!


  • It’s amazing how quickly those little surprises add up!!


  • So much better then my storage and display of kinder toys. Mine are just shut up in shoe boxes


  • Great idea, but I’ll keep it for as while in my own mind. Grandchildren just lost a granddad.


  • I saw a really great Christmas wreath with some plastic toys incorporated into the design :)


  • This is a great idea


  • Such a cute way to reuse these toys once they are forgotten


  • That looks really cute, thanks for sharing.


  • Love this idea!! So creative and no more small toys everywhere


  • It looks nice and colourful and for those who buy Kinder it gives something of a use to these wee toys.


  • Clever idea. Once opened, these toys never seem to be played with.


  • Beautiful… And just in time for wreath season


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