Today we made simple sun catchers using paper plates which I thought I would share.
Equipment needed to make a paper plate Christmas tree sun catcher:
coloured squares of cellophane
How to make a paper plate Christmas tree:
Cut out a tree shape from the center of a paper plate and cover it with a piece of contact paper.
Cut the cellophane squares into small pieces and place over the cut out Christmas tree.
Make sure there aren’t any gaps! When you have finished cover the other side of the paper plate with contact paper, trim if necessary.
Punch a hole in the top of the paper plate and thread with string to hang in the window.
We were recently sent a selection of Cherry Tree Farm products to try out. We were challenged to make 7 meals in 7 days! I have to be honest and say most of them went into packed lunches which my son and husband enjoyed I was sent a couple of suggestions to make other meals and the Chicken Tikka Wraps were delicious but we never got round to making the Warm Chicken & Potato Salad or American Style Brunch!
The new cooked meats are great for busy parents who want quick and easy meals. All of the Cherry Tree Farm range is 100% British, low fat, cooked and ready to eat.
The new product range includes:
Hickory Smoked Turkey
Roast Chicken Breast
Roast Chicken Chunks
Roast Turkey Breast
Tikka Chicken Chunks
Wafer Thin American Fried Chicken
Wafer Thin Turkey Ham
The range is available nationwide at Co-op stores.
Big Brother was pretty excited to be invited to a special Halloween Creation Station session. There were three Halloween makes set up for him and he enjoyed each one.
His first craft was a cotton bud skeleton
Then he made a ghost with painted spaghetti (or spaghetti bolognaise as he called it).
His final make was a paper plate spiders web with handprint spider.