Yesterday, we all had such a great NickJrCraftmas party with UKMumstv and Nick Jr on Twitter. It was very manic and I had to reset my laptop once as I was unable to tweet photo. Also I was in Twitter Jail for tweeting too much in a short period of time.
Anyway, we did quite a lot of crafts over the weekend! Firstly, I had used the given reindeer template to cut it out and play Pin the Nose on Rudolph. They were all very close to pinning the nose! Well done to them. If you have notice their eye masks, it is in fact toilet paper! I could not find any blindfold so I used toilet roll to cover the top half of their heads!
Next we played the Dress the Snowman game. They had a lot of fun and totally love it! They took turns to dress up as a Snowman and accessories with hats and scarves!
Then we all settled down to make Santa and Snowman chocolate gifts. This is quite easy to make! Just make sure you have kitchen foil to wrap up your chocolate bars and coloured papers to decorate your Santa or snowman.
Next we used green ice lolly sticks to make a Christmas tree to decorate our Christmas cards. They are sending these cards to their grandmother.
The Christmas baubles are the easiest to make. They coloured the picture, cut it out and placed it inside the plastic baubles.
Every Christmas party, we go through loads of Christmas crackers! I always buy them during the January sales as I know both of my children love pulling crackers! Next, we should try to make our own crackers but I guess it could be quite challenging. Lets see!
We made a Ben Elf hat using just three different materials, click here to follow the step by step.
Making paper chains can be quite fun and challenging! One person controls the patterns and the next stick the chains together! That is call team work!
We were given a few sheets of silver and gold paper to make a star garland. They are quite easy to make but took a while to cut out.
For the last craft, we made a paper wreath. Click here to read the step-by-step to make this gorgeous wreath!
Both of my children love helping in the kitchen so they were more than happy to coat the cornflakes with chocolate and place them into the cupcake casing. Then I rolled out the icing for them to cut out a ring and place on top of the chocolate cornflakes. Then I handed them the edible silver balls and green leaves to decorate the cupcake. After decorating, they both ate it all! They were quite hungry after doing all these crafts!
I also gave them the Fox’s Party Fairytales to eat! The party ring shaped biscuits come in a girly pink colour! Ms C loves these and wanted more! We love the interesting design on the biscuits. Definitely a girly snack!
Next we made a snowman cupcake using the marshmallows and decorated them with icing! Don’t they look lovely!
Finally, I made this Santa hat cupcake. As mentioned on my post, I had totally ruined it so I decided to use a quick fix!
Once again, thanks to UKMumstv and Nick Jr for this opportunity to host this Twitter party.
Disclosure: We received the sample for the purposes of writing this blog and host the party, however, all thoughts and opinions remain our own.