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Christmas Silverware Caddy

Corral silverware into these fun paper caddies for setting the table for the Christmas meal. The handy pockets also work well for buffets -- guests can easily carry their silverware and plate while going through the line.

What You'll Need

  • Patterned crafts paper
  • Scissors
  • 5x7-inch cardstock envelopes
  • Double-sided tape
  • Red elastic cord
  • Peppermint sticks
  • White crafts paper
  • 1-1/4-inch-diameter labels

How to Make It

1. For each caddy, cut an 8-inch long 3-to-4-inch-wide piece of crafts paper.

2. Wrap each band around a cardstock envelope, folding excess to the back and attaching with double-sided tape.

3. Tie red elastic cord around each paper band; knot at the back of the envelope.

4. Slide a peppermint stick under the elastic cord.

5. For each caddy, cut a piece of paper that can slide into the envelope and extend out 2-1/2 inches. Attach a label for a guest's name.

6. Insert the labeled crafts paper and flatware into envelope.


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