Hi everyone, today I’m sharing my last Christmas project for 2019!
I’m finishing with these Crazy Tassel Crackers.
I love making Crackers, I make them every year and have done for many many years.
I always like to do something different, so this year I’ve made these using tissue paper and 1 sheet of 6″ x 6″ paper.
These are very easy to make and not special tools are needed.
They have lots of room inside for you to add your gift, joke & hat!
If you click the video below it will take you to my Cracker Playlist, where you will find all of my other versions, I’ve done traditional ones, along with hexagon-shaped ones.
SUPPLIES USED TO MAKE THESE CRACKERS
Dovecraft ‘Christmas Tales’ 6″ x 6″ paper pad. This has now sold out, however, you will probably find it in The Range stores.
Dovecraft ‘Christmas Tales’ Decoupage pad available here.
Cracker Snaps, I got mine from Hobbycraft last year however I can’t see them online but I’ve found some available here.
Coloured tissue paper, I picked mine up from my local Chaplins store.
Ribbon to tie each end.
MEASUREMENTS NEEDED TO MAKE THESE CRACKERS
1 piece of 6″ x 6″ pattern paper.
Approximately 9 sheets of 6″ x 14″ tissue paper.
Check out my full tutorial below.
I can’t wait to decorate my Christmas table now, these are going to really stand out!
So, it’s officially a wrap!
That’s it my last Christmas project of 2019, I really do hope you have enjoyed all of the festive tutorials I’ve been sharing over the last couple months…there have been a lot!!”
I’ve tried to keep up with all your comments but there have been a lot, so I will now be going back through them all and have a good read and catch up.
Thank you for your continued support this year, it’s always very appreciated.
I want to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a wonderful 2020! I can’t wait to start sharing all of my new ideas.
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