Christmas time seems to bring out the inner crafter in me, I suddenly get the urge to make paper snowflakes, toilet roll Santa’s and paper chains. This year I wanted to try some new Christmas crafts using paper plates (I always seem to have a stash in the cupboard), so I decided to ask my fellow bloggers what paper plate Christmas crafts they like to do.
With a range of paper plate Christmas crafts to chose from I’m not too sure where to start, although I’m loving HPMCQ’s snowmen paper plate bunting, such an easy and cute way to transform a room or even patio doors. Our doors are looking a little bland around the house so I think we will be making one or two of the paper plate Christmas wreaths to brighten up the doors. Party hats in crackers are a little boring, not to mention way too big for little heads and so easily ripped so I’m thinking that The Imagination Tree’s paper plate Christmas Tree hats will be adorning our heads whilst we eat our Christmas dinner this year.
The best thing about all these paper plate Christmas crafts is that I can pop into my local Poundland store and purchase everything I need. From paper plates, a selection of paint, cotton wool balls and craft accessories all for just £1.00 each and something that we can dip into throughout the year.
What paper plate Christmas crafts do you make with your little ones?
Disclosure: I am a Poundland Ambassador, for which I have received gift vouchers to purchase craft supplies