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Christmas Wish List Ornament

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Here’s a cute way to capture a moment in time. Your child’s Christmas Wish List in his own handwriting is a priceless keepsake. Make one this year, and next year, and so on, and watch your child’s handwriting and desires change over time.

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Materials:

  • Clear glass or plastic ornament
  • A copy of a blank wish list
  • Artificial snow
  • Ribbon
  • A jingle bell

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Directions:

  1. Google images of “Christmas Wish List. “  We found this printable image at

http://www.party-nv.com/2011/11/freebie-friday-dear-santa-wish-list.html.

2.  Drag the image to a word processing document and resize it so the width is between 2-x- 2.25 inch wide. Our image was 2.25 x 2.9 inches.

3. Have the kids check off if they were naughty or nice, then write what they are hoping to receive.

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4. Roll the paper up with the colored side facing out. When it is inserted into the ornament, it will unroll a bit.

5. Add some artificial snow

6. Attach a colorful ribbon and a jingle bell.

7. Write the year on the ornament.

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This entry was posted on December 16, 2013 by in Christmas, Crafts, Crafts, Holidays and tagged , , , , , , .
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