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Thursday, November 21, 2013

Hohoho Merry Christmas

School Holiday (in Singapore) and Christmas is at the corner, want to have some bonding with your child? You can do some Christmas decoration by re-using toilet paper roll and Felt. You don't need to break your bank to do that. This is a no sewing craft.
You need :
- toilet paper roll
- felt, Red, green and white, or any colour which you like
- a pair of scissors
- a pen knife
- a hot glue gun
- measurement tape

1. Cut a line in the middle of the paper roll, dividing it into two. (size of the segments do not matter).
2. Using a measurement tape, measure the circumference  and the length of the paper roll

3. Cut the felt according to the measurements, giving/adding an allowance of 0.1 inch at each side for the gluing (which will be done later)
4. For the Santa's Belt, cut a strip of felt 3/8 inches wide, and as for the length, the size of you previously measured circumference.
5. Using a hot glue gun, help your child to glue the red felt to the paper roll segment, then glue the green belt and the white colour buckle to the roll. (Instruction on how to cut the buckle are shown in the above picture)

Here is a picture of how the final product should look like.
Merry Christmas all. Ho Ho Ho


  1. Hi Citra,

    Great Christmas idea! I love to decorate with DIY ideas and this looks good.

    I'm a Singaporean mum living in Melbourne. Nice to know you via blogging and stay connected to Singapore cultures. Glad that I stumble into your blog. I'm now your latest follower and hope to hear from you too :D


    1. Hi Zoe, Welcome to my blog, thanks to be my new follower :)

  2. Hi Citra,

    I am a reporter from MediaCorp Radio. I am currently writing news regarding Christmas and I am interested to add this DIY Christmas decoration in my report.

    Is it possible for you to contact me through my email (cintern1@mediacorp.com.sg)?

    Thank you for your assistance and I hope I can hear from you soon!

    Shu Xian

    1. Hi Shu Xian, sorry I was away, didn't visit my blog, Thanks for stopping by, in what way can I help you :)

  3. Merry Christmas and Best Wishes for a Happy New Year!
    Bring you Good wishes of happiness.

    Sorry for greeting you earlier,, just don't want miss saying this.
    By the way, I'm clotee. It's my first time visiting your blog. I am blogger too, and now try my best luck to open an e-store. Nice to know you.


  4. Thanks Clotee for visiting my blog, sorry i was away, didn't visit my blog last year, Happy new year to you.


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