Merry & Bright Kids’ Christmas Cards
Kids’ Christmas Cards – Materials
- Printer paper
- Spray glue
- Old newspaper or drop cloth
- Aluminum foil
- Cookie cutters (optional)
- Sharpie pens in various colors
- White glue
- Construction paper in holiday colors
Kids’ Christmas Cards – Instructions
have a brown Sharpie, but that didn’t stop them.
There’s something about the shiny foil surface that makes these kids’ Christmas cards ever so much fun! I hope your kids love making them as much as mine did.
Books and Giggles joined up with a group of amazingly talented bloggers to share Christmas Cards and Thank You cards. I know you’ll want to check these out.
Christmas Lights Thankyou Cards – Get prepared and create your Thankyou Cards now with this simple activity ideal for kids of all ages so that your children can give thanks for any gifts they receive promptly after Christmas.
Hole Punch Christmas Tree Card – Practice fine motor skills and sensory integration with proprioceptive input while making a Christmas Tree card using a hole punch.
Washi Tape Christmas Cards Kids Can Make – Washi tape is so much fun! This post showcases a few different ways you can use washi tape to decorate holiday cards with your kids.
Washi Tape Christmas Baubles – Wrapping Washi Tape around circles of card is great for working on fine motor skills and a cute idea to add onto your kids DIY Christmas Cards.
Marbled Christmas Cards – Explore a fun art technique with kids while making homemade Christmas cards!
Buttons & Corrugated Board Cards – Make these pretty Christmas cards with the kids using buttons and corrugated board!
Kids Love to Make a Fantastic and Simple Holly Card – These simple cards are pretty and easy to make and will make a lovely keepsake too!
Hanging Star Card – A stylish card with a hanging star – ideal for older kids to make!
Nativity Themed Thank You Cards – Nativity Theme Thank You Cards for kids or adults to writing thank you cards for the season. There are 4 picture themes to pick from.
Homemade Penguin Christmas Card – An easy to make Penguin Christmas card that can then be used as a Christmas tree decoration.
Gingerbread man with candy cane Christmas card – Sweet gingerbread man with an extra sweet treat
The Christmas Story: The Very Special Baby in the Straw – The Christmas Story: The Very Special Baby in the Straw. Easy Christmas Pop-up Card. Painting with Yarn.
The shinier and brighter the better for Christmas cards!
Making Christmas cards is an inspiration for fun literacy activities! These seasonal greetings look gorgeous!
What a pretty effect! And so smart to layer it with the printer paper first- much easier for cutting & little hands.
Wonderful pictures! Thanks for sharing:)
What a cute idea for Christmas cards! We used foil to make Valentine's day cards last year. Making a decorative banner would be fun with this method, too. Thanks for hosting #made4kids! 🙂