Saturday 28 November 2015

Crafting for Christmas with Baker Ross 2015

Christmas is a great time for crafting, whether you are making things for yourself or for others. We received a lovely box of Christmas crafts from Baker Ross to review and we've made some lovely things which will both make great Christmas decorations and that I hope will be appreciated by loving relatives this Christmas!

I really like these Reindeer Wooden Photo Frame Kits. They were very easy to put together and can also be personalised. The children drew pictures to go inside with a recipient in mind, which could easily be swapped for a photo. They have sturdy little feet to hold them upright, or you could also glue a magnet to the back for the fridge.

Christmas reindeer frames from Baker Ross

Another lovely gift idea is these Christmas Bucket Buddies. Again they were simple to assemble and are nice, sturdy little baskets. I'm planning on filling them with festive sweets and treats as gifts. They would also make a nice decoration for around the home at Christmas, perhaps popped under the tree with some chocolates inside.

Mia really enjoyed colouring in some Christmas Personalised Door Hangers and because there are eight in the packet we had enough to pass onto some friends. The door hangers are made from sturdy cardboard and come in four different designs. We also made some gorgeous snowmen from the Build a Snowman Kits. Along with a few Penguin Bean Pals they will make a lovely festive display.

Finally we received a pack of Penguin Stained Glass Effect Hanging Decorations. We haven't started these yet as I'm saving them for a play date nearer to Christmas, something that the Baker Ross kits are perfect for!

I received these products as a member of the Baker Ross Bloggers Network.


  1. I love those reindeer frames, they would be fab with a magnet on. We really enjoyed our baker Ross parcel this time, so much fun to be had x

    1. They are very sweet! I do love Baker Ross kits, they make some gorgeous things and are great for doing in small groups.


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