Sunday, 24 November 2019

Christmas Napkin Holder ~ Bostik Challenge December

The theme for the Bostik Box this month is Christmas.We had lots of Christmassy themed crafting items in the box. My little crafting partner Little M came to spend Sunday with me, can you believe she is almost seven now is quite a young lady.
In the box there were lots of wooden christmas shapes so she made some tree decorations with the cut outs and Bostik glitter glue. After  this we made some napkin holders for little M to take home for her Christmas table as gift for her parents.

Equipment you will need for making 1 napkin holder:

1 piece Green stiff felt 18cm by 8cm
1  piece green ribbon 60cm long
2 pompoms
Bostik glitter glue
Bostik foam pads
Bostik white glue

How to make:

1.Using the Bostik foam pads stick the pompoms onto the ends of the ribbon.

2. Lay the green felt and stick the ribbon centrally on to the felt with Bostik PVA glue.

3. Using the glitter glue make decorative spots or swirls and leave to dry. This takes almost 3-4 hours to dry but you can cheat and use a hair dryer if you are in a hurry. (Children will need adult supervision to use hair dryer)

4. Once the glue is dry, place the napkin in the centre and fold the holder over it and tie a bow with the ribbon. You can make more to complete the set.

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This craft is suitable for young children although, adult supervision may be required for using scissors.. If you like this project check the link below for more art and craft projects, that you can do with your children.

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  1. I guess it's a good method to occupy the kids and get your Christmas decoration sorted.

  2. Sounds like the Bostik box is ideal for anyone looking to handcraft their Christmas decorations. I bet it would make for a fun Christmas gift too.

  3. This is so cute! If I had children this would be the perfect Christmas activity!!

  4. This is an awesome Christmas craft idea. Some thing I know the children would enjoying getting involved with too.

    John M

  5. These look lovely and a great way to spruce up the table for Christmas! I will definitely give these a try with the kids as we love trying our hand at new Christmas crafts!

  6. My kids are really into crafting at the moment and are at the stage where they don't need my help, so this is a winner for me

  7. What a lovely idea, I never thought about napkins holders before. I like that these are so easy to make.

  8. This looks like a wonderful craft for kids to make to feel involved in the whole Christmas Day process. Would be so lovely for them to set the table with napkins in napkin holders that they have made!

  9. This is such a lovely little DIY! I love doing little crafty things with my little brothers, and this is perfect.

  10. That is an amazing idea and quite creative too! That Christmas napkin holder looks great and easy to make too.

    -Lyanna Soria

  11. This is such a good idea, one that I can try to do with my son

  12. What a great little box - I can definitely see this keeping kids occupied for a few hours and giving you something unique for the Christmas table this year!
    C x

  13. Such a lovely idea and one that the kids could complete mostly on their own too

  14. This is cute. I might get my kids on this for Chriatmas day.

  15. These are fabulous - will have so much fun

  16. A lovely personal touch to decorate the Christmas table!


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