Christmas Crafting : Tots 100 And Bostik Family Craft

Christmas Crafting : Tots 100 And Bostik Family Craft Bloggers.

Me and my daughter have had lots of Christmas crafty fun this week, thanks to our crafty bloggers pack from Tots 100 And Bostik. We were inspired by the Christmas theme and had tons of different ideas to make. Some of the fun things we crated included bangles, gift tags and a mini Christmas tree.

My daughter getting to work on her “Let it go” Christmas present bag.

First she drew and cut out her Christmas tree, the she got to work on the sticking. With the tree in place she then stuck some shiny squares in place to spell out the words ” Let It Go” I said why not “Let It Snow?” But that is not in the Frozen song mum!?!{A few days later she thought that would have been good to say,when her brother suggested it!!} Then the fun bit decorating the tree with glitter pom poms, beads and stickers.

A hand decorated ball with shiny square bits on for the tree up next. We simply tied some ribbon around the ball to hang it on the tree. Then stuck some shiny squares all over.

Next up the Christmas tree and gift tags. The tree taking up the most time, and tags the least. I love both of these the best.

Sticking some fuzzy felt material cut down to size on first then twisting 6 pipe cleaners together in a long line to wrap around the tree. Finally sticking stars, snowflakes and pom poms everywhere with a big polystyrene star on top.

Santa and his elf peg men up next, wait where are their faces!! my daughter created these with some felt and string wrapped around.

And last up some bangles with lots of little beads threaded on. The beads all kept sliding to the bottom on the photos though, typical!!
About this post- We got send a lovely parcel of fun things to share our crafty work. All thoughts on the post are my honest opinion and I was not paid for this post…

Claire Justine
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  1. Tamar SB
    9th December 2014 / 12:23 pm

    They look lovely! Love the little ornaments.

    • Clairejustine oxox
      12th December 2014 / 8:10 pm

      Thanks Tamar 🙂

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