A Christmassy crafternoon with Leesa

Get ready for some festive craft fun.

It’s nearly the end of October, so that means it’s time to start getting ready for Christmas! 

Connect Health & Community volunteer Leesa, loves celebrating all the festivals, with Christmas being her number one favourite.

To help get us all in the Christmas spirit, and while away any excess indoor time, Leesa has created a step-by-step guide on us how to make a gorgeous star that would take pride of place any door, mantel piece or massive tree. 

The instructions are downloadable here as a PDF for easy use.

Happy crafting.

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