Paper Plate Christmas Crafts
Hello lovelies and I hope you’re well today! I’m good a little tired as last week was just so busy however this week is a slower pace so that’s nice.
In keeping with the Christmassy feels I am posting some great crafts to do with children over the festive period! My boys LOVE these sorts of crafts as they can be put up on the wall etc when they’re done. So the first is….
You will need,
Paper Plates (Green would work best),
String or Thread,
Ribbon or Pipe cleaners,
Medium Piece of card.
- Cut your paper plate into quarters.
- Then (if not green) paint or colour the quarters green and allow to dry fully.
- Put a dab of glue at the top point and glue three of the quarters together and allow to dry again.
- Punch a small hole on the edge of your tree, like below.
- Now thread some pipe cleaners through to make your tinsel.
- Now you can decorate your tree however you want with anything you may have.
- Take your small piece of card and make a star or fairy for the top of tree! I used tinfoil for my star.
- You can then stick some string or thread so you can hang it up. Don’t forget to let it dry before hanging.
There you have it an awesome little christmas tree to make with the little humans in your lives.
Now onto the second paper plate make…
You will need,
Green/Red tissue paper,
- Cut the middle out of the paper plate.
- Glue your tissue paper round your paper plate.
- Then take a sheet of A4 and draw around your hands. Also colour them in a festive Red colour.
- Stick them at the bottom of your wreath.
- Next add your pom poms and all other decorations, all over your wreath.
- Then finally add your string/thread on the back so you can hang it and allow it to dry for a few hours.
There you have it loves! Two brilliant Christmas crafts for you to enjoy with any littles ones you may have in your life or just by yourself if you’re anything like me (lol). Also you could make the dimensions smaller and turn them into tree decorations instead. These are going to bring that homemade festive feel to any room.
I hope you enjoyed today’s blog and keep your eyes peeled on my Social Media pages for all the Christmas blogs yet to come and to tag me in your Christmas Craft pics!
Lots of Love