Xmas Tree Cards With Kids
I know that December is still 8 months away to prepare for Christmas. But, still, we can learn and develop new skills, isn’t it? Not only do you make Xmas Tree Cards with your kids but also other cards you can make with your kids too, it’s just a matter of creativity.
To fill your lockdown time with some fun-filled activities, I have participated in the AtoZ Blogging Challenge with #BlogChatterA2Z and the topic is the list of fun activities to do with your kids during the quarantine period.
And, the alphabet for today’s blog starts with the letter ‘X’. And X for Xmas Tree Cards with Kids.
Everyone is spending their time painting, sketching or drawing, you can also take out some time and make some creative Xmas tree cards with your kids.
For most of the cards that I have made on the theme of Xmas, I have taken their inspiration from Pinterest, YouTube, and Instagram as well.
Why Xmas Tree Cards With Kids?
Greeting cards plays a special role whenever it comes to gifting. And, when the card is handmade then it is priceless for the receiver. There are other festivals where you give cards to your loved ones but we have chosen Christmas because my daughter loves making cards on Christmas day for her friends.
So, that’s why we thought that it would be a great idea to try out different kinds of Xmas Tree Cards during this lockdown period.
Material Required for the Xmas Tree Cards With Kids
In this blog, we are just going to make one kind of Xmas Tree Card with Kids. And, the materials required for the card are a green coloured paper (for the tree), a red-coloured paper (for the background to give Chrismacy vibes), different coloured papers, fevicol and a pair of scissors.
How to do “Xmas Tree Cards With Kids”
It is a very simple and super easy Xmas Tree Card that I have made with my daughter. I have taken the reference from YouTube and here’s the complete video.
You can watch and practice the step by step process of making Xmas tree cards with your kids. I have made other Xmas Tree Cards as well if you want me to make a video on all those cards, then please let me know in the comment section below.
It helps to evoke the emotions of gifting towards their friends and family. The amount of hard work and emotions that goes behind making a handmade card is precious.
My Overall Experience
Angel and I had a great time by making a lot of different Xmas tree themed cards. It was such a fun and creative day.
So, try out this activity with your kids too, and don’t forget to share the experience in the comment section below. If possible, you can also share the pictures of your Xmas tree shaped cards that you have made with your kids and tag me, @sneha_261013 on Instagram.
And stay tuned for the next activity from the alphabet, ‘Y’! Can you guess it?
Also, Read the article of W for Watch a Movie with Kids