As many of you know by now, the girls in my family get together about once a month for a craft day. It's always a great day with lots of laughing and so many beautiful creations.
There were so many ideas for Christmas crafts that we had to have two craft days in November.
I'm going to show you a few of the things made and a quick run down on how you can do it too.
Make your own dinner set:
Buy some plain white plates (or bowls and even mugs). I got a box of ten plates from Kmart for $10. Get yourself a bunch of sharpies and get to work drawing your designs on. If you make a mistake don't worry, wipe it off with a baby wipe and start again.
Place in a cold oven and heat to 180. Bake for 30 mins. Cool in the oven with the door ajar.
Take a wire coat hanger and shape into a circle. Wrap tinsel around the coat hanger tying the ends on as you go. Keep wrapping until the coat hanger is no longer visible.
Tie on some decorations or bells.
Take some of your favourite Christmas scrap booking paper and cut out circles. Folding each circle in half as you go. Place 8 circles in a stack and use some cord to tie around the fold line.
Fan out all the circles. Glue the circles together, alternating between top and bottom. Decorate with glitter.