4. Roll up your cracker.
Starting with the folded end closest to you, roll wrapping paper around the tube and continue rolling tube until you reach the end of the wrapping paper. You can add a piece of tape to secure the wrapping paper if you’d like, but it’s not necessary since you’ll be tying up the ends anyway.
5. Twist and tie.
Gently twist the tissue paper close to the tube and, using string or ribbon or whatever you’d like, tie off one end of the cracker. Repeat with the other side. Tying close to the toilet paper roll tube keeps the tension better for pulling the cracker apart.
Enjoy and happy holidays!
7. Or make a Christmas cracker game.
Another quick and fun idea is to fill the crackers with part of a story. Around the dinner table or after opening presents, family members can take turns opening the crackers and using the prompts to create a holiday tale!
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