Looking for a fun and festive craft to do with kids for Diwali? Look no further than our firecracker greeting card craft! And best of all, we have a free template for you to download and print out so some work is already done for you.
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Firecracker Greeting Card Craft
Handmade greeting cards are always special, especially when made by kids. Will little help from adults and a few supplies they can make their own Firecracker Greeting cards and hand them out to friends and family as an exciting Diwali greeting.
Let’s get Crafty!
Supplies you will need
Directions to Make Firecracker Greeting Card Craft
At the end of the post, you will be able to download a Free Card Template, It simply has a Diwali text in 2 Styles which you can print and fold in Half to make a card. You can print on cardstock for better results.
If you do not have a printer, you can simply write the text on A4 paper before starting the craft.
Now, Paint the straws red. Let it dry for 5 to 10 minutes.
Place the Straw over a cutting mat and Cut them into small pieces around 3 cm in length. The Grid on the cutting mat will help you to measure and cut the straws.
Now paste the cut straw pieces over the card with little distance in between. Apply glue over the card and arrange them one bt one.
Use a Black pen to draw the thread-like connectors (The fuse)
Now stick the other half of the firecracker and your card is ready!
A simple and cute craft that kids would love to make and gift their loved ones. With the same template, kids can make many more Diwali cards. Here are a few ideas,
- Diya with handprint
- Lantern with Pipe cleaners
- Handprint Mehandi Craft card
- Potato-stamped Ladoos in a bowl Card
These are some ideas I had in mind and wanted to try but we didn’t. Hopefully, we will do it next year! So now are you ready to download the template?
Download the Free Diwali Card Template
Click on the button and download. There are two templates, print the one you need on Cardstock or construction paper in the colour of your choice.
The File is only for personal and single-classroom use. Thanks!
Now Check out all the Diwali Activities and Ideas for kids
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