Get Christmassy with this super-scented orange and clove pomander. It’s easy to make with our quick instructions and they make cool pressies for friends and family!

 

How to make a pomander

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What you’ll need:

One orange

Cloves

Ribbon

Scissors

Step 1

how-to-make-a-pomander-step-1Criss-cross a ribbon round your orange and tie in a bow.

Step 2

Christmas Crafts: How to make a Christmas pomanderUse an old biro or a toothpick to make a hole in your orange, then push in a clove. Then stud cloves all the way round.

Step 3

Christmas Crafts: How to make a Christmas pomander

Carry on pushing in cloves until your whole orange is covered. This may take a while, so if you”re short on time (or cloves!) try lines or star-shapes instead – see the picture at the top of this page!

 

Christmas Crafts: How to make a Christmas pomander

 

Top tip: Hang your pomander from a Christmas tree branch, your front door, or over a fireplace and let the festive fragrance waft through the house!

Did you know we have a a FREE downloadable Christmas crafts primary resource? Great for teachers, homeschoolers and parents alike!

 

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