Christmas Crafts - Christmas Card Holder
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Sunday December 08, 2019    

Christmas Card Holder

[Christmas Card Holder]

MATERIALS NEEDED:
Large piece of card
Scissors
Craft knife
Paint
Glitter
Glue
Ribbon
Hole punch


PROCEDURE:
Draw a large christmas tree on to the card and cut it out. Paint the tree and leave to dry.

Once dry draw your decorations then paint them and leave to dry. Apply glue as if it was tinsel dangled across the tree then cover with the glitter and shake off the excess.

Now that you have completed your tree, decorations, tinsel and all punch a hole in the top and thread the ribbon through.

With help from an adult cut roughly 20+ slits all the way down the tree. Now you can hang your Christmas tree card holder from the door or wall and show off all your cards.


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