Christmas Crafts

Christmas Bunting

Hello, all of you wonderful people. I would firstly like to apologise for the lack of blogs as of late. I have, however, been unwell. Rather than push myself to even worse health. I decided to just take it easy and get well (I am feeling better FYI).

Moving on to today’s blog I am being made very aware of how close Christmas is. What with my eldest birthday this week and only two gifts purchased I am officially behind (lol). However, I have decided to not stress and cracked out the paper plates for a great Christmas Craft, Christmas Bunting.

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You Will Need

Paper Plates,
Pens, pencils, paints etc,
Scissors,
Hole punch,
String,
Sticky Tape,

Directions

  1. Decide on a few designs you like, so I wanted a Christmas pud and a reindeer amongst others. Draw or paint them on.
  2. I cut out the shape of a snowflake on this one and love the effect.

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  3. When you’re done designing your plates you want to hole punch two holes at the top of each plate.
  4. Thread your string or ribbon through the holes.

Now, you have a wonderful string of bunting to get you in the Christmas mood whilst keeping little hands busy! Only four easy steps but so much fun and kept my little ones entertained for a good half hour. There are so many designs you could choose and I can bet we make another one before Christmas arrives. Such cute and cost-effective Crimbo decs I love it!

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What are your go-to Christmas Crafts? Mine is usually sweet treats (lol). Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow my social media pages to stay up to date on all my blogs.

Lots of Love,
Tahnee xxx

 

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