Everybody knows that when you host a holiday your level of crazy goes to all new heights! Your to-do list is a mile long and it often feels like you can’t keep track of what you did and what needs to be done. From food shopping to setting the table you are in go mode and nobody better get in your way! Well, let me help you with the setting the table a bit. I’ve come up with this super easy holiday DIY utensil holder caddy that even your little ones can help you with.
The greatest thing about this DIY utensil holder project is that it can go with any color scheme (or event) you have planned. All you need to do is change out the pennant banner, the twine around the jars and the straws and you are all set!
Holiday DIY Utensil Holder Caddy Supplies:
- Darice Long Wood Tray.
- Darice Red and White Baker’s Twine.
- White Craft Paint.
- Wide Mouth 16 ounce Mason Jars.
- Darice Foam Brushes.
- Darice Paper Straws.
- Scrapbook Paper
- Glue Sticks
Step Two: While paint is drying make a simple pennant banner out of scrapbook paper and baker’s twine. Cut 2 different patterns of scrapbook paper into small strips (about 2 inches long) to make the banner. Fold each strip over the bakers twine and use your glue stick to glue the papers together. Cut a “V” into the bottom of each strip.
Now you can cross one more item off your to-do list!
Do you host Christmas dinner at your home each year? What DIY projects do you like to do to get ready? Share your ideas in the comments!
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Diana is a Jesus lovin’ mom of 3 who blogs about her creative adventures at The Girl Creative. She loves to create projects with a quick turn around time but is not afraid of tackling bigger projects that require more time and power tools. She loves to design free printables and is known to knock out a sewing or home decor project in a flash when the mood strikes her. Diana is a simple chick who just loves to create and make people laugh.