Things required paper plate and glue
Cut one of the paper plates in half. Glue it to the other plate by its rims. Finally glue this pocket to a rectangular piece of cardboard or to any suport like table desk wherever you want to place it.
Colour and decorate the cardboard with pictures cut from old magazines or you can paint it using crayons,water colors.Your letter-holder is ready.
Tip: Make each one for a room for easy sorting of mails to all family members.
I read on some site about this craft project and I tougt this to my naphew who loved it
Two empty standard matchboxes, coloured felt paper and six matchsticks.
1. Cover the two empty matchboxes with coloured velvet paper of your choice.
2. Next, stick one matchbox longitudinally onto the other matchbox.
3. stick the matchsticks accordingly to make the armrests and legs of the sofa.
Old plastic bucket
Plain cloth or paper (recycle gift paper/wallpaper)
Glue or adhesive
How to Proceed: Take the bucket and stick a plain cloth or paper around it. You can paint any design on this. You can paint floral patterns or just dab some colours on the paper around the bucket. Make geometrical patterns and neatly stick beads on these outlines.
I agree with you Sakshi, but, if you have multiple tasks and responsibilities both at home and outside, you need someone to take the basic part of work off your head. Like sweeping, mopping, washing...