Napkin Holder and Placecards
By Nancy Cavanaugh

What you need:
Thick white paper
Craft glue
Markers, crayons or colored pencils
Paper clips (only needed for napkin holders)

What to do:

Napkin holders
1. Cut a strip of paper 1" wide by 4" long.
2. Color one side of the strip with holiday pictures, leaving 1/2" on one end uncolored.
3. Glue the 1/2" to the underside of the strip to make a circle. Use a paper clip to hold it in place until dry.

Other ideas:
. To be able to use them again or allow guests to take them home, make them with craft foam, markers and a hot glue gun (parents must help with use of a hot glue gun!) to connect the ends.
. You can use small rubber stamps to create the designs and the kids can color them in.

1. Cut the paper 2-1/2"x3".
2. Fold the long side of the paper in half.
3. Write the person's name on the center of the front of the card, then decorate.

Optional: On the inside, write one thing about the person that you're thankful for.

Nancy Cavanaugh, is a stay-at-home mom and avid crafter. You can find lots more fun crafts for kids, ages three to seven, at her site: Kids Holiday Crafts


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