If you are looking for an activity that can keep the children busy before Christmas this easy craft will keep them busy for a while and looks beautiful for Christmas day.
Small wooden/cardboard star
Small flower pot
Beads/pompoms various colors and shapes
1. paint your pinecone green and allow to dry.
2. Paint the wooden/cardboard star gold/yellow. Allow to dry.
3. Use a glue gun to decorate the tree with beads/pompoms.
4. Place heavy stones in the flower pot to add some weight.
5. Glue the star on the top of the tree, and glue the tree onto the flower pot.
Alternatively you could place the pinecone in some playdough or clay to help it stand.
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Kia Ora team,
Just wondered if any of you had any recommendations for architects based in Lower Hutt? Am thinking about doing some alterations and just wanted a starting point to run through some ideas.