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Christmas Cracker Present Wrapping

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Here's how to wrap a present up like a Christmas cracker. It's a great way to wrap a small sized or awkward shaped gift and is perfect for jazzing up a Secret Santa present or stocking filler.



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Time: 10 minutes
Age: 5-10's, Over 10's,
Level: Easy

Materials
Toilet roll tube or other cardboard tube
1 sheet of tissue paper
Pipe cleaner
Sticky stars or other decoration items



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Method
Place the gift inside the cardboard tube.



Craft materials, green tissue, stickers
A great way to wrap up a small gift


Fold the sheet of tissue paper until it is about 3 layers thick. Roll the tissue paper around the cardboard tube with some tissue overhanging on either end of the tube.
Pinch the overhanging tissue at each end of the tube and twist half a pipe cleaner around to fix it. You could use ribbon or tape instead.



Craft materials, green tissue, stickers




Craft materials, green tissue, stickers


Cut the ends of the tissue into a zig zag shape.



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Decorate the Christmas cracker with sticky stars or other decoration items.



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Categories
#Over 10s
#5 to 10s
#Easy
#Wrapping
#Christmas
#Christmas Cracker
#Cardboard tube
#Toilet roll
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