Decorative Christmas Craft

We made these at a Christmas party last month and they went over so well. Any age child (or adult) can make these. You need a square of fabric 18 x 18 inches for each item. You need one roll of toilet paper per item. You need something for the top of each. I bought those Christmas picks that look like holly and packages, etc.


Place the fabric square on the table, print side down. Set the toilet paper in the center and start folding the fabric to the middle and tucking it into the hole. When done, hot glue to topper with the stem into the hole and it is done.

Would be a good project for kindergarten through high school and even nice for a senior citizen project and the possibilities are only limited by your choice of fabric. These can be made to match bathrooms, bedrooms, or whatever.

Everyone who was at the party made them, even the guys, lol.

By Chris M from Oshkosh

January 10, 20080 found this helpful

What do you do with this craft. Do you have a picture you can post along w/what you did with these?

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January 13, 20080 found this helpful

We did this at a playgroup in October. The kids covered the TP in orange tissue paper. Then they stuck a rolled up brown lunch bag in the hole for a stem and tied on a pretty fall ribbon. So cute and easy. I loved the idea then. Thanks for the tip to make it for a different holiday.

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