We hope you enjoy all your New Year’s Eve celebrations tonight. Why not print off this sheet as a little activity to entertain the little ones.
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Always left with small pieces of wrapping paper you can’t do anything with? Why not make some festive images with the scraps.
You will need:
- Wrapping paper
- Card or Paper for background
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Christmas Tree Topper
Make your own Christmas Tree topper by cutting a semi circle of card and wrapping it around to make a cone. Sellotape this together and then decorate how you wish. Check out these fantastic ideas, why not make an angel, Christmas tree, or Father Christmas as guardians of your tree.
Your will need:
Tear strips of kitchen foil and tightly scrunch them into long twigs.
Twist two twigs around each other, us an extra piece of foil to scrunch around the join. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to build up your whole branch.
Using your scissors cut out some leaf shapes from the foil, include an extra bit on the bottom of the leaf to twist onto the branch then glue this in place. Repeat until you have leaves on all of your twigs.
Add some extra twinkle to your frosty branches by brushing some glue onto the leaves and sprinkling with glitter.
Hang up your branch and decorate your house. It looks great around mirrors and windows.
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Have you run out of wrapping paper already? Why not help the children make their own?
Check out the fantastic home made wrapping paper The Creation Station Wakefield has been having fun making!
You will need:
- Large sheet of paper – A3 will be large enough for some presents
- Felt tips
Think about your design, do you want a repeating pattern for example lots of stars or snowflakes? or maybe some foot print images? do you want to draw little cartoon funny faces? do you want to use stencils?
Get creative and start decorating your paper.
Every present can have different wrapping paper so experiment with different methods.
Why not make some great present labels to go with your fantastic home made wrapping paper and make your gifts really personal this year!
You will need:
- Ribbon or String
- Paint/Felt tips
Gather all of the left over Christmas wrapping materials, including ribbon, paper, fancy sellotape etc. Have fun collages different shapes to make your labels. You may need to prep some shapes like trees, baubles, snowmen, candy canes in card.
Don’t forget to make a hole to thread through the string or ribbon. You could even use pipe cleaners to attach the labels to the presents.
Add lots of festive sparkle with your own fantastic designs.