Getting Christmassy with an Ora craft giveaway…

Christmas is coming, already my social media feed is full of Christmas food, décor, gift ideas, and fun. I am slowly working up to buying all the presents, meal planning, making sure we have lights for the tree, finding the advent calendars, hiding surprises and getting in the Christmas mood.

My children love to craft. I am not that much of a crafter, but I have learned to go with their enthusiasm and get stuck in, and whilst now they are older they can generally get on with things themselves, it’s fun to get stuck in to creating some pretty items for Christmas.

I do cheerfully admit to cheating though, and will happily use all the tools at my disposal to make pretty crafts that look like I know what I am doing…

This time of year, with Christmas holidays coming, it’s the perfect excuse to pull out the sparkle and make snowflakes, snowmen, Christmas angels and stars and all things pretty to festoon around the house. My children love making Christmas themed things so we dig out the glue, the glitter, and we have hours of fun making things. Because I also run toddler groups, where we also make Christmassy crafts, I like to test out what I plan to make with my children first, to make sure they actually work.

This year we will be making snowflakes, and Christmas angels and we are going to use Ora paper towels (link here) as our base material. Because Ora paper towels are already pre cut into a round shape, it takes away some of the work of cutting out endless circles you need, and their paper towels are durable and strong so perfect for Christmas crafty creations.

The snow flakes are easy, and simply involve folding your paper circle into quarters then folding it again, and cutting and snipping shapes out of it (if you are doing this with little children, they will need help and supervision with the scissors, don’t forget) and then unfolding them, and then getting them as sparkly and glittery as possible with glue and glitter. Each flake is unique and looks so pretty  and can be hung on a Christmas tree or put in a window, or even stuck to home made Christmas cards.


Snow angels are a little bit more fiddly but work really well and are a fun craft to make

You will need:

Glue, scissors, Ora paper towel, silver and gold glitter, and white card.

You take one circle of Ora paper towel and fold it in half then half again, and carefully cut along the rounded edge to create a scallop effect. Then you unfold the circle, and cut it into the shape below.

You will need to cut out a smaller card circle for the angel’s head/face.

Then you assemble the angel using glue, and once you have your angel shape, you can decorate it with silver or gold glitter (or both, make it super sparkly)

These are so simple but effective and you can make as many as you want, or make one or two and make them very ornate and pretty with glitter or sparkly sequins. My children love making these and they are always popular at our toddle group too…

Ora is available to buy at Tesco and Asda as well as on-line at  The single stack Ora retails at £1.90.


We are delighted to be working with Ora and we have a fabulous crafty giveaway just in time to get crafting for Christmas.

One winner will receive stack of Ora paper towel on a red base, so it will look great amongst your Christmas table decorations, and also a crafty package from us with some items for you to get creating with your kids, too with glue, scissors, glitter and some bits to make things sparkly


To enter all you need to do is tell us what you would create with your Ora stack and then follow the Rafflecopter link to complete your entry….

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Ends 17th December

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36 comments on “Getting Christmassy with an Ora craft giveaway…
  1. Tracy Nixon says:

    Some snowflakes and Angels!

  2. cards and decorations

  3. Andrea Upton says:

    I think I would make some decorations for the Christmas tree with the children

  4. Solange says:

    I would make some Christmas decorations and cards.

  5. anthony harrington says:

    some spaceships and dinosaurs

  6. Robyn Clarke says:

    I would make some homemade Christmas crackers with the kids.
    Robyn Clarke recently posted…Top 32 worst Christmas gifts for kids(what to buy your nieces and nephews)

  7. kelly L says:

    We would make some Christmas cards!

  8. EMMA WALTERS says:

    perfect for xmas decorations x

  9. Sally Collingwood says:

    I would make some fairies with my granddaughter.

  10. Laura Jeffs says:

    I would make some lovely Christmas decorations

  11. Stacey McKernan says:

    We would make lots of snowflakes for our window and angels.

  12. Sarah KNIGHTLEY says:

    I would make Christmas tags and cards with my little girl xx

  13. Kelly says:

    I would make big paper mache baubles of my family to decorate our house.

  14. Annabel Greaves says:

    I would make a snowflake

  15. john prendergast says:

    christmas decorations

  16. Jane Willis says:

    I would use it with my concentrated watercolour crystals to create beautiful backgrounds for my cardmaking
    Jane Willis recently posted…Jingle Bells

  17. Rebecca Sutton says:

    I would do something eith my daughter, and get making some xmas decorations.

  18. Jo Young says:

    I would make simple snowflakes

  19. Kim M says:

    Some Christmas cards would be nice x

  20. Michel says:

    I’d love to make ornaments with my kids!

  21. Helen Thurston says:

    Snow Angels – they look fab – I’d make them into a string of bunting.

  22. I could see us making angels for the top of the Xmas trees, as Ora is the perfect shape for them x
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  23. Rebecca Alderson says:

    I’d made a snowflake napkins for our christmas table!

  24. Kirsten says:

    We’d make the snowflakes, they’re really cute (& do-able for my two year old who hates my help) and remind me of doilies (I have no idea how to spell that) that my granny used to take out for Christmas and I’d tell her I felt like she was making way for the Queen 👸 Silly memory but nostalgia gets me at this time of year!

  25. Susan B says:

    Christmas collages spring to mind. Thanks for the giveaway.

  26. Hannah Wallington says:

    Lots of lovely decorations

  27. hayley pemberton says:

    i would make some angels

  28. Margaret Gallagher says:

    Gosh so much we could do -start with some cards to get into the spirit

  29. Jade Hewlett says:

    I would make snowflakes with them

  30. Naila M says:

    The would be lovely to make Christmas decorations 🙂

  31. hannah wood says:

    Some Christmas crafts.

  32. Tee Simpson says:

    We would make cards and decorations for the tree

  33. Angela Wilcox says:

    We would make some Christmas decorations

  34. Heather Brannan says:

    Some Christmas snowflakes and baubles

  35. Sal Henry says:

    Christmas decorations

  36. sharon martin says:

    some snowmen

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