I remember when I used to make sure to send out Christmas cards every year, right as December was beginning. Then, they got later and later. Last year, cards didn’t even get sent out. There are still plenty of times that we need Christmas cards for gift card gifts or the like. If you need some kid-made cards this year, Molly, our resident 10 year old crafting gal, has an easy, kid-friendly Christmas card craft for you!
One thing that I liked about this card is that there are so many options for the materials to use. This is one of those great crafts where you can just use what you can find in your craft supplies. That’s exactly what Molly did, just by looking through my craft room supplies.
While you can use other supplies, here are the supplies that Molly used for her kid-friendly Christmas card craft:
- White card stock
- Snowflake stickers
- Green felt
- Small buttons
How to Make the Easy Christmas Card Craft:
I’m sure this is pretty self-explanatory, but let me share a couple of pieces of information, as well as a couple of ways to increase the difficulty of this craft.
Molly cut out the Christmas tree portion out of green felt and glued it down. She then glued small buttons to the tree. If your child is working on hand sewing skills, this would be a perfect opportunity to try to sew on the felt and/or the buttons! If your child is sewing the buttons, it might be a good idea to use fewer and larger buttons.
While Molly used lots of snowflake stickers, it’s okay if you don’t have any stickers at all. This is a great opportunity to work on drawing skills and fill in the presents, snowflakes, and other decorations by drawing them in.
I just love that kids can enjoy this craft and make their own unique creations. So, get out a bunch of fun, kid-friendly supplies and let them create art!
Looking for other kid-friendly crafts? Be sure to check out my kid-friendly crafts board on Pinterest!
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|Angie, a domestically challenged nerd and mom of three very fun kids, is the founder of Real Life at Home. Angie also listens to music every chance she gets, writes eBooks, podcasts, loves Pinterest, documents the little moments in life on Instagram, and occasionally sleeps.|
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