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Christmas would never be without Santa so here we are making our very own Santa can also be used as a DIY ornament for your Christmas tree.
Here we would be reusing the center of wreath which was left from our previous Christmas wreath craft.
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Materials required to make Christmas Santa craft
Red and cream craft paper
3. A pair of Googly eyes
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How to make Christmas Santa craft with paper plate
1. Cut the circle as shown in the picture and cover it up with cream color craft paper
2. Cut an Isosceles triangle out of red paper big enough to be a hat and body of Santa
3. Arrange as shown in picture.
4. Decorate it with help of cotton
5. Add some googly eyes and a smile To make it come alive
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