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Here are 4 DIY Christmas cards that are pretty easy to make!
Greeting cards always bring smiles to your loved ones’ faces! Especially when it is handmade. So here are some ideas that can be made by kids with little help from elders.
Scroll down to see a close up of each one of them. It doesn’t need to be said how it is done but I have included a small description below each pic.
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The size of each card is A5. We used heavy-weight scrapbooking papers that have an embossed pattern.
To make this Christmas ornament card we stuck buttons of random size using a hot glue gun.
This card depicts a gift. First, on a square piece of cardboard, my daughter has cut and stuck glitter tapes on which I added a red lace as a bow.
The Santa and snowman are made just with paper, googly eyes, and buttons.
We chose a popsicle stick to display the greeting for all the cards.
My 3-year-old daughter helped me cutting, gluing the parts, choosing colours and it was an enjoyable experience. So we made 4 cards totally, one for each grandparent.
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I also invite you to have a look at our DIY nativity set.
If you have a preschooler, Check out our Christmas theme busy book made for 3+ on Etsy.