Children craft ideas. Do-it-yourself Christmas Cards for young craftmakers

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Children craft ideas. Do-it-yourself craftmaking for kids is an interesting and enjoyable activity especially in anticipation of Christmas and New Year holidays. So creative children look for fascinating and original ideas for craft gifts they can make themselves and present to their relatives to make them happy and proud of their talented kids. Here are given the Christmas cards for young craftmakers. They are simple in making and attractive to be Christmas card gifts or card invitations. Even three-year-old children can easily make the cards if the parents help them a bit. Draw the templates of the things which will be put on the cards and cut them if your kids can`t use scissors yet.

Do-it-yourself Christmas Cards

1. This card has a lovely Christmas tree on it and is made quite easily.

Children craft ideas. Do-it-yourself Christmas Cards for young craftmakers

For making this card you`ll need:

Green velvet paper, green cardboard, blue cardboard, album sheet, colored paper, scissors, glue, a puncher.

Making:
On white paper draw the template of a triangle fir-tree and cut it into 5 equal strips. Transfer the made trapezoid templates on green cardboard and green velvet paper.
Make the edges of the tree elements uneven (wavy).
With a puncher make some holes in the fir-tree and glue pieces of colored paper on the reverse side — these are Christmas balls. Cut a top star from yellow or red paper.
Place all the tree elements on the blue cardboard (the background) and glue them. The cute card is ready!

2. Candles are an indispensable Christmas attribute, so our next card contains them.
Children craft ideas. Do-it-yourself Christmas Cards for young craftmakers

Materials:

Colored cardboard, colored paper, glue, scissors.

Making:

On cartridge paper draw a candle fire, cut and use it as a template.
Cut rectangles for the candles.
Glue the application on colored cardboard. (Begin with a central candle).
Colored paper may be textured or with a pattern.
The card is done! Isn`t it nice?

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