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Video: Kindergarten Christmas Card To Easily Make During The Holidays
The end of the year celebrations are knocking on the door! Young and old adore this festive period and if for some it is the gifts that count the most, there is also a second category of people… The latter admit that the creative process during the winter holidays is the unique thing to guarantee them the good mood. A handmade object from natural materials, a recycled Advent calendar, a DIY kindergarten Christmas card, Japanese-style gift wrapping - these are all small gifts, yet of immense importance ! The list of original ideas to make yourself is quite long!
To each their own maternal Christmas card
Obviously, speaking of kindergarten craft projects, we get better results when both parents and children do it together. If you and your kids are part of the dedicated designer club, the current article will serve you well! And this is not just as a source of artistic inspiration but also as a survival hobby during long days and evenings off. Then the kindergarten Christmas card - easy to make, entertaining and moving at the same time, awaits you!
Greeting cards decorated with fingerprints
A good Christmas card should first of all be original, right? It is therefore essential that it carries the authentic spirit of its sender and that it transmits it to the receiver! The imprint decoration is therefore super suitable for our homemade kindergarten Christmas card. As you can see by admiring the photo above, one can easily transform their fuzzy shapes into penguins, snowmen, Santa Claus reindeer etc.
Each finger of the hand easily becomes a little snowman
The second such idea requires just a piece of card stock, a bit of fairly covering white paint, and a lot of imagination. Keep in mind that natural, uncoated, or recycled paper will give your greeting card a more rustic look, while a bright colored background will make it look fun. Kids, don't be afraid to put your hands up! Finally, with the help of a few pieces of colored paper that will serve as hats, noses and scarves, your footprints will turn into super cute little snowmen.
Leave a loving mark in the hearts of your loved ones
In fact, you can include even the little ones in this funny handmade Christmas card craft. In the example above, we transformed the toddler footprints into a pretty Christmas tree decorated with stars. What matters here is using non-toxic, at best, organic paint. Ideally, you can prepare it yourself using 100% natural ingredients. Use a few onion skins for the orange-yellow, spinach for the green, beetroot for the red, and red cabbage for the purple.
Nothing more adorable than a greeting card decorated with sparrows
Finally, who can not boast of too high artistic abilities, can opt for a rather minimalist design. Use a rectangular piece of white card stock and fold it in half to make a blank card. Turn the face and draw a somewhat oval shape on it using a black felt-tip pen with a broad tip. Do not worry if your ovoid is imperfect as that is not the goal of our task. Then add 2 small triangles for the beak and tail to it, draw the feet and the eye. Ultimate detail, a fingerprint wing in red paint and here is perfection!
Kindergarten Christmas card ideas decorated with colored paper and felt
Finally, we offer you some alternative ideas, perfectly suited to children who do not like to stain their hands. Yes, they are rare species, yet they still exist! Fortunately, cutting and pasting is less of a mess than painting! So, use a few sheets of paper and felt in different colors. Favor green to be able to make the fir trees and holly leaves, the white, gray and blue trio to form the snowflakes and evoke the cold in general and, of course, the red which is quite simply an essential classic when speaking of Christmas decoration.
Highlight your creations by opting for the 3D design
If you want to further enhance the style of your kindergarten Christmas card, dare to try a 3D effect design! Accordion-folded paper trees, chenille reindeer, wiggly eyes and red pom poms, a painted and glittery farfalle (butterfly paste) Christmas wreath - it seems the materials to use and the creative options to put them to work. are uncountable! All that's left for you to do is get creative and invent your own unique cards!