Whether you make a whole bunch for everyone on your list or just craft a few special ones for grandparents, teachers and close friends, homemade holiday cards are a great way to instill the idea of seasonal giving in kids.
You don’t need to channel your inner Picasso to make these look great and they are a suitable craft for kids of all ages, providing you do the cutting for the little ones.
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This is a playful take on the classic snowman card. The simple construction is perfect for for school age kids.
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A little more detail goes into these cards, but if you stock up and have all the supplies ready, your little ones can help with the paper punching and gluing.
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These simple, elegant cards are easy to make and the finished product looks very impressive. Baking twine is now available in many colours and in small amounts at craft stores.
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All you need is card stock to create this 3D Christmas tree that’s sure to stand out from all the other holiday cards on the mantle. Decorate the tree to personalize it.
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Use up your craft scraps to make these Hannukah cards. Each creation will be one-of-a-kind.
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Kids of all ages will love making these easy cards. Don’t forget to add the surprise red-nosed friend.
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A variety of colourful buttons are an easy, inexpensive way to create a multi-dimensional look. Arrange your “ornaments” any way you please.
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Kids will love to get their hands dirty making these fingerprint reindeer. This is a great personalized touch and excellent for wee little fingers.
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This is a child-pleaser and a lesson in recycling, using old newspaper to create something new and beautiful.
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Great 3D effect with basics you have around the house.
From: My Kid Craft