Step 1: Cut a rectangle of striped wrapping paper, making it large enough to enclose the roll. Wrap roll, secure overlap with double-sided tape, and fold in ends.Or add decorative stripes with quilling paper. Wrap roll first in plain paper, attach quilling strip with double-sided tape, wind tightly around roll in a spiral motion, and tape end.
Step 2: Wrap decorated rolls in cellophane, twist the ends and attach tags with yarn.
First Aid Pouch
You will need:
- Two pieces of fabric (10 inches by 15 inches)
- Foam stamps
Step 1: Sew two pieces of fabric right sides together, leaving a three-inch opening.
Step 2: Turn fabric right side out and press seams.
Step 3: Fold fabric three-fourths from the top, leaving a flap. Fold in seams from opening. Stitch around all sides, creating a pocket.
Step 4: Sew a button hole on the flap of the pouch.
Step 5: Stitch on a button to finish pouch.
Step 6: Decorate with paint and foam stamps.
Step 7: Tuck inside some bandages, towelettes, scissors, tweezers, etc.
Step 1: Peel the paper off crayons.
Step 2: Fill holiday-shaped molds with about three crayons each.
Step 3: Place the crayon-filled molds in a pre-heated oven at 350 degrees for six to eight minutes.
Step 4: Let them sit and cool completely for about one hour.
Step 5: Bag them up for a holiday stocking stuffer.
Customizable Cocoa Kit
You will fill plastic tube containers with anything good to mix or dunk in a cup of cocoa. In addition to the cocoa, here are some suggested treats:
- Drinking chocolate
- Crushed candy canes
- Malted milk powder
- Miniature shortbread cookies
- Chocolate-dipped candy cane sticks or miniature candy canes
- Wafer cookies
Step 1: Use small picture frames and place corks in the middle of a rustic and vintage looking frame
Step 2: Glue your own foam to the back to help level the coaster and to make the bottom soft so it doesn’t scratch any surfaces.
It is suggested frames that 4 ½ inches by 3 ½ inches, including the black, ceramic frame and half-inch thick. The cork area is 3 inches by two inches and the corks are about 1 centimeter higher than the frame itself.