Kids Christmas Table Setting #PaperCraftedChristmas
This post, Kids Christmas Table Setting, is sponsored by Jo-Ann Fabrics and Crafts and DCWV for the PaperCrafted Christmas Campaign. All opinions are 100% my own.
Every year, my four best friends and I get together for a Christmas party. We have great memories each year of the kids making ornaments and decorating cookies. This year, I wanted to make a special table for the kids. With the help of Die Cuts With a View (DCWV), I was able to make a colorful and whimsical Kids Christmas Table Setting out of mostly paper!
Using sturdy decorative cardstock is perfect for a kids table setting because it’s thick enough to avoid rips, unbreakable, and easily disposable. DCWV has so many fun and festive winter and holiday supplies.
Here is a shopping list of supplies you may need for this table setting:
- DCWV The Holiday Cheer Stack
- DCWV Christmas & Winter Embellishments pack
- Double-sided tape
- Paper Cutter
- Circle Edge Punch
I started off by simply covering recycled Mason jars with coordinating paper.
For the napkin rings I picked two different colors and patterns and topped it off with a charm from the DCWV Christmas & Winter embellishment pack.
I also covered some red and green favor bags filled with candy for each guest.
For the placemats, I layered one 12X12 sheet of DCWV underneath a paper doily I made using a circle edge punch at 11” in diameter. Here is a tutorial for how to make a paper doily. I also made a paper doily for the center of the table.
I purchased the adorable gingerbread boy and girl plates and napkins from Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft stores.
There you have it! I hope you enjoyed my version of a Paper Crafted Christmas! Here is a 50% coupon good until December 31st, 2013 for your next purchase at Jo-Ann’s! Enjoy!
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