Easy Christmas Kids Crafts & A Giveaway

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Thanks to Scotch(R) Double Sided Tape for sponsoring my writing about crafts. Add your comment below to be entered for a chance to win free sample rolls to help with your upcoming holiday needs.

This is a double duty post….a few easy kind friendly Christmas Crafts using Scotch (R) Double Sided Tape and a GIVE AWAY ~ that’s right ~ 10 winners will each receive one roll of Scotch (R) Double Sided Tape…just leave a comment below to qualify.  The giveaway ends Saturday, December 4th.

First up ~ A Christmas Wreath

I love this…no glue goo, no mess and a few handy supplies:

paper plates

green construction paper

red pom poms or red construction paper

Christmas foam shapes

Scotch (R) Double Sided Tape

1.  Cut the center out of the paper plate.

2.  Draw holly leaf shapes on a sheet of green construction paper or freehand cut the leaves out.

3.  Using the double side tape, place a small piece of tape on the back of the leaves and layer along the white rim of the plate slightly overlapping the leaves so that as little of the plate shows as possible.

4.  Add embellishments, pom poms, foam shape, etc. using the double sided tape as well.

5.  Add a ribbon typing in a bow.  I held the bow in place using a small piece of tape under each side.

Second Up ~ Hands and Foot Reindeer

Supplies:

1 sheet of brown construction paper

1 sheet of tan construction paper

2 jiggly eyes

1 red pom pom

Scotch (R) Double Sided Tape

1.  Trace a child’s foot (with sock on) on sheet of brown construction paper and cut out ~ this is the reindeer’s head.

2.  Trace each of your child’s hands on the tan paper (antlers!).

3.  Tape the hand prints to the backside of the head.

4.   Tape on the jiggly eyes.

5.  Tape on the red pom pom nose.

Write the child’s name and date on the back.  You can add a ribbon or a hook to hand the reindeer on your Christmas tree.

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crafty hugs, mb

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Comments

  1. PuterPrsn says:

    Cute! and easy :) and not messy :D

  2. I am all for fun! Especially when you don’t even need Scotch Double sided tape to put a smile on a young’un!

  3. Fun , easy project! And I love Scotch tape!! captainliss40@gmail.com

  4. I enj;oy the double sided tape for wrapping packages–leaves nice, clean edges.

  5. So cute! My daughter would just love making this!

  6. Awesome! I’ll have to try this with my girls…if I can manage that along with all the other stuff I’m making for Christmas this year! :) I’m sure double-sided tape would make the job that much easier though.
    Melody´s last blog post ..Baked Apple Stuff a Recipe

  7. Rochelle Broglen says:

    What a cute project! I know my little one will love it. I love the double sided tape too – much quicker and easier than glue or the paste we used to eat as children. Thank you so much for posting!

  8. Marge Lessrad says:

    How cute! Thanks for the great ideas.

  9. That looks like such a fun project! I’ll have to do that with my daughter soon. We LOVE Christmas and we LOVE wrapping and making things, so this tape will come in handy as well as make wrapping and crafting easier! Did I mention she LOVES tape too?? Always taping something. Thanks!
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