A cracker isn't a cracker without the fun "pop" that you hear when you pull it apart. Take your thumb and forefinger and pinch one end of the cracker closed, right in the middle of the gap we left between the tubes. I'm not talking about crispy snack rounds topped with cheese on a buffet table, but instead I mean those decorative, tube-shaped, party favors that are filled with goodies. The best thing to use is a thin gift wrapping paper, which will tear easily. Cut the paper 8 inches wide and 12 inches long.
Erin. Age: 31.
Roll the tubes up until the paper is wrapped completely around them.
Gia. Age: 28.
Make your own traditional English Christmas crackers
When your cracker is full, you can close the other end up. Just like before, use your fingers to pinch the other end closed and tie it with a piece of ribbon. Roll the tubes up until the paper is wrapped completely around them. We could be throwing a unique party, refinishing a flea market find, or whipping up a new cupcake recipe.