North Pole Sign
Stephanie of MakingFriends.com wants to make sure that all the elves find their way to the North Pole to help Santa load his sleigh so she designed this cute little sign to help.
Mini Low Temp. Glue Gun
Take four craft sticks and glue them together forming a rectangle box. Wrap the pipe cleaners around the box and glue the ends to secure.
Use a gold tinsel stem and wrap it around the top of the north pole.
Cut a piece of a craft stick to make the north pole sign. Paint it white, let dry and write "North Pole".
Cut a pipe cleaner into three pieces. Take two of the pieces and glue a jingle bell on the end. Then glue the jingle bells to the sign.
Take the last piece of the pipe cleaner and glue it onto the two pieces holding the sign.
Then take the sign and glue it onto one side of the north pole.
Cut one styrofoam ball in half and finish by pushing the bottom of the north pole into the top of the styrofoam ball.
This craft is reprinted courtesy of MakingFriends.com where you will be able to purchase many of the supplies needed for this project.
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