5th of December – A Rose Tinted Advent Calendar

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So it is already the 5th of December! Are you getting excited yet? We have a really giddy toddler every morning when she sees the Christmas decorations and opens her advent bag. What are you up to today?

5th of December

5th of December

Where is Our Elf Hiding Today?

5th of December

Gosh, how did she get up there?! She must really love to climb. Or maybe she had a run in with the cats after yesterday’s shenanigans.

The Advent Bag

The advent bag today contains a heart shaped cookie cutter.

5th of December - cookie cutter

Today we are going to be making decorations out of air-drying clay.

I love making decorations with my little girl in the run up to Christmas. But hate all the mess that crafting with a small child usually involves. And do not get me talking on the subject of GLITTER!

So these air-drying clay Christmas decorations are a great idea for making pretty decorations without the fuss and mess. Air-drying clay is easy to use (it is just like play doh but it setts hard) And Children can make some pretty impressive decorations without any fuss or mess.

I even found a clever way of painting them that involves glitter without any mess! So find out how we made them…

Air-drying Clay Christmas Decorations.


5th of December


Enjoyed this? Why not read about another easy Christmas make in A Festive Rag Wreath?

Or struggling to find presents? Why not consider Christmas Gift Experiences?







12 Replies to “5th of December – A Rose Tinted Advent Calendar”

    1. Jo Boyne says:

      Thank you so much for reading and letting me link up!

  1. Mackenzie Glanville says:

    haha that cheeky elf I see you! I agree I think Nan and Gran will be very happy indeed I know I would be xx Thanks for linking up #ABloggingGoodTime

  2. Julie says:

    Your clay decorations are just lovely. Using nail varnish to colour them has turned out beautifully, what a clever idea.

  3. Jenny says:

    The ornaments look like so much fun to make. My kids would love making them. Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday


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