Monthly Archives: November 2021

  1. How to Make Your Own Advent Calendar

    How to Make Your Own Advent Calendar

    With Christmas less than a month away, and the 1st December just around the corner, advent calendars will be flying off the shelves. Instead of buying a generic chocolate one for your loved ones this year – as lovely and tasty as they may be – why not try making your own? Not only will it be a fun activity, but it will also be a lot more personal, both to give and receive.

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  2. Why You Should Make Your Own Christmas Decorations

    Why You Should Make Your Own Christmas Decorations

    As the weather gets colder, it gets closer and closer to the most wonderful time of the year: Christmas. As you start to get the decorations out of the loft, instead of buying more to add to your ever-growing collection, why not make your own? Here at Craft & Hobby we think that making your own Christmas decorations is the way forward: here’s why.

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  3. 5 Easy Christmas Crafts for Adults

    5 Easy Christmas Crafts for Adults

    The holidays are coming, and it’s only right that we start getting ready for the most wonderful time of the year! We’ve compiled a list of 5 easy Christmas crafts you can do, either on your own or with a friend or grandchildren! They’re all simple and look amazing, so you’ll be feeling the festive spirit in no time.

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  4. How to Make Eco-Friendly Crackers

    How to Make Eco-Friendly Crackers

    Christmas crackers are a key part of the festive season, but they are also a huge contributor to unrecyclable waste in the UK. Help to combat this issue by making your own, super easy, eco-friendly crackers! They’ll be just as much fun, and you’ll even be able to customise what you put in them – no more rubbish jokes and plastic gifts for your guests this year!

     

    Here’s what you will need:

    • A cracker template (click to download and print out)
    • Brown paper
    • Toilet rolls
    • Cutting board
    • Scissors
    • Craft knife (not essential, but helpful)
    • Cracker snaps
    • Ruler
    • String
    • Double sided tape

     

    How to make

    1. Cut out your te
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