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The Chew's Great Gift-off: Holiday Crafts

By The Chew | Dec 12th, 2016

The craft world is competitive especially when it comes to making the perfect homemade holiday gift. On the Friday December 9th, 2016 episode of The Chew, "All-Star Holiday Party," two crafters competed to see who is the number one gifter. Will Theresa's Holiday Treat Jars win or will it be Nicole's Reindeer Ornaments? Watch the full episode to see who won. You can also decide for yourself who had the best gift by trying these crafts at home with the instructions below.

HOLIDAY TREAT JARS

 SUPPLIES:

- GLASS MASON JARS

- ADHESIVE CRAFTING VINYL

- FELT

- DÉCOR ACCESSORIES

- HOT GLUE GUN

- CANDY AND TREATS

1.    Select jar to decorate

2.    Wrap vinyl sheet (red) around jar, cutting off excess paper. Smooth out bubbles & wrinkles

3.    Once jar is covered in red, create buckle using stickers & ribbon

4.    Wrap the buckle around the center of the jar & hot glue down

5.    Add fur around the top & botton of the jar to mimic Santa's beard

6.    Decorate the top of the jar as desired! (Example: ribbons & bells)

7.    Fill with treats to fit your friends (Example: Candy or dog treats)

 

REINDEER ORNAMENTS

SUPPLIES:

- WINE CORKS

- PIPE CLEANERS

- FELT OR RIBBON

- DÉCOR ACCESSORIES

- JEWLERY HOOK & TWINE

- HOT GLUE GUN

- PLACE CARD

1.   You will need 3 corks for one reindeer body. (Head: 1/2 cork. Body: 1 full cork. Legs: Each leg is 1/4 piece of cork)

2.    Assemble reindeer body & glue together

3.    Create bow tie using ribbon or felt & glue on to the front of the reindeer

4.    Attach jewelry hook behind the head by piercing through cork. Attach twine to hang 

5.    Use pipe cleaners to create antlers, hot glue behind head. Fit handwritten place cards in antlers to use at a place setting!

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