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Cookie Cutter Cards
Kids can send season's greetings to friends and family by making Christmas cards from household materials. All they need to complete these projects is a creative spirit and some holiday cheer.
Kids will stay happily busy designing holiday cards using cookie cutters. They can outline a jolly shape on paper and color it in, or they can cut out shapes and glue them to the front of a card.
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Here's a new twist on the familiar refrigerator art display: Turn kids' drawings into magnets that can be used all year long. Have your child draw helpful refrigerator reminders, a Christmas tree and ornaments, or candles. Print onto magnet sheets; cut out. To give magnets as presents, affix them to a greeting card with double-sided tape.
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Button Christmas Cards
Kids can use buttons to create a variety of holiday shapes on cardstock for a charming Christmas card. Use craft glue to affix buttons and construction paper shapes to the card.
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With a cotton or linen handkerchief and fabric crayons, your little elves can make elegant (and useful) holiday cards that family and friends will cherish.
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Kids will love decorating holiday cards with rubber stamps made from their drawings.
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With a pencil, kids can easily draw (or stencil) the recipient's initial onto a card and cut it out. Punch a hole in the letter, and tie it to a holiday gift with yarn or ribbon.
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