Monday, December 3, 2012

Creative Christmas #5: DIY English Crackers.

I usually buy crackers for Christmas, but this year I wanted to make my own.
Well, they won't pop, but I like them so much that I don't mind...


I kept them natural and eco- friendly, using cardboard rolls saved from the bin, kraft paper and twine. I mixed up different types of twine to make them interesting, and added cute handmade clay stars sparkled with powder glitter.



Each cardboard roll was filled with treats, a wooden heart and a wish ticket, instead of the usual small gift and joke.


And then, after the photoshoot, you know how it goes! LOL



Kim had a treat too :)



 Monica x

10 comments:

  1. They are lovely, the brown paper, string and stars look great together!

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  2. Those look like so much fun--that green candy looks yummy! Now I am having a sweet tooth :) Love the packaging you created!

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  3. Lovely and funny idea for a tea with my friends: approved!...by Kim,too :)
    Good afternoon
    Franca

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  4. Oh love it !!...sweet Kim.....warm hugs for her...love Ria...xxx...

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  5. I've always wanted to make Christmas crackers and you've inspired me! I think I'll try it this year.

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  6. What a fabulous idea, Monica! They are infinitely better than the generic ones. Your photography is wonderful, too! :)

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  7. Lovely and beautiful as always!

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  8. Hello Monica... thank you so much for stopping by this morning and your sweet comment... love your darling pup Kim!... Tessy sends doggie kisses too... also love the beautiful nest you painted that I just saw on your other blog... xoxo Julie Marie

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  9. I'm thinking that the crackers must have been fun to make.

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  10. I love Christmas crackers and yours are beautiful!
    Thank you for your thought and for your sweet message, which made me pleased :)
    Have a lovely Christmas Season! xoxo

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