Make darling holiday place settings using paper lunch sacks! Fill with everything needed for a holiday dinner, including an activity page and a treat! This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #EverydayCraftMoments #CollectiveBias
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These little lunch sack holiday place stettings come together in just minutes and are the perfect size to hold everything needed for a holiday dinner, including an activity page and a treat!
You can print any 8.5×11 activity page at 50% and it will be the perfect size to tuck inside lunch sack.
The beauty with these are that they are made with basic supplies and are super cost effective so making a table full won’t break the holiday bank. They are also interchangeable for ANY occasion. Just swap out the colored paper and front decal for Valentine’s Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, or any gathering! And not only are they colorful and decorative—they are functional too!
Place one on the center of each dinner plate with a small bowl of candies for playing “Don’t Eat Pete” and watch their little eyes light up!
Paper Sack Holiday Place Settings
Paper lunch sacks
4.75″ x 4.75″ piece of decorative card stock
Seasonal decorations like tags, stickers, or a small wood decal
Scotch® Create Adhesive Squares
Scotch® Expressions Glitter Tape Platinum
Scotch® Create Multipurpose Glue
Small candies or snacks to use as markers
Place a few Scotch® Create Adhesive Squares onto the back of the card stock square. These are great for photos and paper projects because they are initially reposition-able. If you need to adjust the position right away—you totally can!
Place the card stock square onto the bag and press firmly to attach.
How To Play “Don’t Eat Pete”:
Have one child leave the room. The remaining children choose one of the game squares to be “Pete.” Call the child back in. One by one, the child slowly picks up each snack until he picks up the one on “Pete.” When they pick up “Pete,” the other children will yell, “Don’t eat Pete!” Refill the board, choose another child to leave the room and continue playing until everyone has had a turn!
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