Do you need an excuse to rush out and buy some Christmas Washi Tape? Check out our Easy Washi Tape Baubles which great decorations to go onto the front of a kid-made Christmas card. Just make sure there is plenty left over to go back into your own craft supplies.
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It’s starting to feel more and more festive around here. We have our Christmas cake and pudding maturing in the cupboard. The kids Christmas Lists have been submitted to Santa. Our Advent Calendars are all set. And I have festive jumpers on standby!
Now it’s time to get serious about making our Christmas cards. We have already made a few Bubble Wrap Bauble Cards for family members, so it’s time to move onto making Christmas cards for their school friends.
Bella is starting to make good friends in Preschool, so making her friend’s a home-made Christmas Card, is a lovely way for her to show them how much she enjoys playing with them and learning from them. She loves messing around with sticky tape, so I decided to use some special Christmas Washi Tape, that I picked up for a discount supermarket recently, to make decorations for her cards.
Our Book Green, Crafty & Creative: Natural & Recycled Activities for Kids. would make a great Christmas gift for a Crafty friend.
How to make Washi Tape Baubles Christmas Cards for Kids
Cut out circles of card ahead of the activity.
Help your preschooler to tear off strips of different coloured Christmas washi tape.
Glue the bauble shape onto the front of a Christmas Card.
You or your child can then use a silver pen to add on a silver thread above the bauble, so that it looks like a bauble hanging on a Christmas Tree.
We are teaming up with the Christmas Countdown Blog Hop from Rainy Day Mum and sharing lots more ideas for Christmas Cards for kids to make.
These Kid Made Christmas Tree Cards from Sugar Aunts are great for working on Fine Motor Skills.
Teach Me Mommy have been busy making Christmas Tree Cards from corrugated card.
Books and Giggles bring you some very shiny and bright Christmas Cards for Kids to make.
Nativity is the theme of choice over at 3 Dinosaurs for some Thank You Cards.
These Gingerbread Men Cards from The Gingerbread House come with their own candy canes.
My Bright Firefly show you how to make Simple Pop Up Christmas Cards.
Mama Smiles has lots more ideas for Washi Tape Christmas Cards for Kids to make.
Adventures of Adam are sharing a super cute Penguin Christmas Card.
I love this Fingerprint Wreath Christmas Card from Mum in the Mad.
Younger kids will enjoy colouring in these Free Printable Christmas Cards for Kids.