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A fun and simple way to dress up a paper plate when you share your Holiday treats (or just because you want to be a little more festive). All you need is a hole punch and ribbon. You can use different color plates and ribbon and this is cute for any holiday or event!
Cute idea for Christmas cookies! A cookie plate you don't need back. All you need is a hole punch and ribbon. You can use different color plates and ribbon and this is cute for any holiday or event!
Ribbon Wreath Plates -- dress up a paper plate for giving cookies using a hole punch and ribbon
A cookie plate you don't need back. All you need is a paper plate, hole punch and ribbon. Cute idea to give Christmas cookies on wrapped in celo
So cute for the front door. and make out of paper mache so it doesn't clunk against the door :)
Cute way to make little snack boxes with paper plates. You can customize the color of the ribbon to match your party decor. Simple and no clean up!
Paper Plate Shark Jaws - fine motor, scissor use, bilateral coordination
Take a look at this ‘Cookies for Santa’ Plate by Holly Jolly: Home Décor on #zulily today!
Must try this paper plate creation. Sending guests home with leftover treats may get easier.
You need 8 six-inch pine cones and 8 two-foot-long pieces of silk ribbon. Use a glue gun and glue a cone to each ribbon. Then collect all the ribbon ends and stagger them so that the cones fall nicely. Tie together and hang on your door.
Paper Plate Baskets
Make a splash and have a whale of a time with this DIY ocean craft from "Krokotak"!
Ribbon-tied berry baskets make sharing summer's bounty a cinch.