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Plaster Craft Decorations

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Here’s how to make a beautiful hanging decoration from plaster of Paris. You can hang it in your room or on a Christmas tree.

plaster craft projects for kids

Time: 10 minutes plus 24 hours to dry fully
Age: 5-10's, Over 10's
Level: Medium

- Empty pots or yoghourt pots,
- Plaster of Paris,
- Water,
- A straw,
- Decorations.
- Ribbon or string.

sequins and acorns
We gathered acorns for decorations

Plaster Craft Decorations Montage
Making plaster decorations with acorns and sequins

- Mix plaster of Paris with water.
- Pour it into your pot and tap it gently.
- Wait a few minutes then ad decorations.
- If you want to make a hole for a hanging decoration put a straw in witch you can pull out later.

sequins and acorns
Add a straw to make a hole - you can pull out the straw when set

- Leave to set for a few hours before popping out of the mould.

plaster craft projects for kids

- When finished put string or ribbon through the hole to finish it.

plaster craft projects for kids

plaster xmas decorations

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#Over 10s
#Plaster of Paris
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That's really good. I like these . The instructions are very clear
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