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21/12/2012

Duration:
1 hour, 30 minutes
First broadcast:
Friday 21 December 2012

Fred MacAulay in MacAulay & co
Who will end up down the Swanny when River City's Libby McCarthur and Stephen Purdon go head to head with Broadcaster Kirsty Wark and comedian Charlie Ross in this week's Big Bumper News Quiz?
Homemaker Karon Grieve shows us how to make last minute snowball ornaments;
Entertainer Johnny Beattie punts his favourite comedy programme for the New Year
and the Glasgow Life Staff Choir sing us through the show when they belt out some Christmas carol classics.

  • Karon Grieve's Last Minute Christmas

    PAPER SNOWBALLS
    paper snowballs are incredibly easy to make and look stunning made in assorted sizes and hung from the ceiling on fine silver thread.

    To make 1 snowball you will need;

    2 sheets of plain white tissue paper - available in packs in supermarkets now for only £1.50 for 10 sheets or just use some of the stuff that almost every high street shop seems to stuff into your packages these days, just flatten it out first.

    You want 8 square pieces, so simply fold both sheets in half and then half again. This will give you 8 pieces. Cut into square shape by crossing one corner over like a triangle and snipping a straight line at the edge. Make sure you have cut through all sheets and don't have any hidden folds anywhere.
    Concertina pleat it as if you were making a fan with each fold about half an inch wide and tie the thread securely in the centre.
    Cut the ends into points and then tease out each layer going back and forth and fluff out into a fabulous snowball.

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