Sunday, December 4, 2011

Kids Christmas Table/12 Days of Christmas

Oh My Gosh, today is day ten in the 12 Days of Christmas blog hop. I can't believe there is only two days left and I have so many ideas swimming around in my head. If you just popped in to see me you'll want to start at the beginning of the hop with Sylvia at Bella Scrapbook Designs. If you arrived here from my friend Gaby's blog - Gaby Creates you are on the right track.
Here is the full line up if you get lost:
1. Sylvia -
2. Sandra -
3. Patricia -
4. Gaby -
5. Esther-
6. Monica -
7. Anita -
8. Jessica-
9. Sandy -
10. Alina-
11. Veronica-

I wanted to show you a few cute ideas for a childrens table at Christmas dinner or for a childrens Christmas Party. I set this table up for my two grandchildren.

For the snowman drink, I started with a clean jar (I used an empty starbucks frappucino drink).
I cut the scarf out of felt and glued the scarf and three buttons on the jar with my hot glue gun. For the head I used small powdered donuts which I added faces to with cake decorating gel writers. The straws are from the dollar store and simply slip through the donut and hold his head in place!

The treat bag toppers were made with the labels nestabilities by Spellbinder. I stamped white snowflakes randomly on the kraft label. I stamped the Rudolph and punched him out with a circle punch and matted him with two more circles. He has a rhinestone nose. Inside the cellophane bag is 8 malted milk balls and a chocolate cherry for all the reindeers noses.

Here they are together on the table:

I also found this cute, free, printable letter to Santa at Disney

Supplies used: cardstock - red, kraft; stamps - reindeer by Craft Smart and snowflake by Inkadinkado; Ink - white by A la Mode and brown by Inkadinkado; cellophane bags - Michael's; rhinestones - Kaiser Craft; felt and buttons - my stash; Letter to Santa - Disney Family

I will have a blog prize at the end of this 12 Days of Christmas blog hop. All you have to do to be entered in the drawing is to be a follower and to leave a comment. If you leave a comment on each day you will be entered in the drawing one time for each comment, so you can have up to 12 entries in the drawing.

Now you are off to see what Monica at Simply Cricutting has created!!!!

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Georgiana said...

What kid would not want to sit at that table? I remember growing up and it was the "dreaded" table. This is so much fun. Love the snowman donut idea.

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Mom said...

Oh, Wow !! What darling party decorations for a kids Christmas party. I love all of the items you made. The colors and embellishments are done so very well. Any kid would love coming to this party. Really great job.

Victoria said...

Awwwh, that is so sweet. I never had anything like that when I grew up but I did like sitting with my cousins at our table. Very fond memories. TFS
wishing you well

Michele from MS said...

Oh my goodness I simply loved the reindeer noses. What a great idea!

Ladybug said...

Esther, your grandchildren are very lucky to have such a crafty grandma as you. That is just toooo cute. Love it all.

The reindeer noses are tooo sweet. Love how you added a red one!!

And the snowman drink -- adorable!

The Santa letter will keep them occupied while dinner is being placed on the table, too.

You thought of everything!! TFS! :-)

kimberly said...

love your kiddy table... when i was younger the kiddy table was all the left overs from the adult table - wish i had one like yours

tfs leokc34 at gmail dot com

Creative Diva said...

How fun would be to sit at this table. Love everything about it.

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lindaplus3 said...

great ideas... love snowman drinks ...:) lindaplusthree at yahoo dot com

jessica said...

this is adorable! My 8 and 10 year old would LOVE me to decorate the table like this for them!!!

Elizabeth said...

Oh Evelyn! Can I be your grandkid?? My Grandma had Santa Cups that we got to drink Coke out of and it was the highlight of every Christmas. I can't imagine having a table of goodness! Lucky grandkids!

Monica Flores said...

You are amazing! These are awesome!! I love coming by to see what you come up with!! Awesome

girlia said...

cute ideas

Sherrie K. said...

What a creative and FUN project Esther! Wow, the grandkids will love this;) Adorable!!!

Sherrie K said...

OMGosh Esther! this is just way too cute! love the idea of the drink with the doughnut as the head and the straw through it... and the reindeer noses, cute and the letter to Santa cute cute cute! All too cute!

Dilsaver Designs said...

How fun for a child, I just love it all :)

AJ Scrapbooking and Cards said...

Oh my goodness I love this idea. And look at the cute donuts on top. Love It. TFS!

Educational Resources said...

The kids will really love these.....

Sandy S. said...

Wow..... wish I was a kid again. Love this! TFS!

Luanne said...

wow! very lovely I love to surprise my son with that too. Thanks for sharing.

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cklopping said...

I would love to sit at this table!

Angiebug said...

cute table setting. know the kids will love it. tfs
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Crafterkhush said...

OMG... This is sooo awesome... I love it.. I would love to try something like for my niece once she has grown up a bit.. As of now she is happy just looking at the bright colours...!!

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Hemanth said...

Love the article! Lovely blog :)

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