Mother’s Day and Father’s Day cards and the list goes on and on. There
always seems to be an occasion coming up which is in need of a card. The cost of buying all of the cards you need
soon adds up. Why not make some of your
own cards when they are invited to friend’s birthday parties. They love to get involved in making their own
invitations as well. I also think it is very important to send out Thank You
cards especially to family members whenever they have sent the children gifts.
send to relatives, who had bought my 2 year old birthday presents. Because these cards were from my 2 year old, I
wanted her to play the main role in their creation, with her brothers helping
her to make them into something even more special.
of white paper. I also folded some pieces of card for her to paint. She had
great fun doing this. Once dry the boys helped to cut out shapes from the
painted white paper to stick onto the front of some cards. They then turned her pink splodges on the
cards I had folded for her, into funny faces with the googly eyes and feathers.
card, whatever the occasion. My sons have received some lovely
hand-made cards from their friends at birthdays especially and these are the
ones they want to keep in their memory boxes.
Older relatives also love to receive hand-made cards from their
grandchildren to proudly display in their homes.
What kinds of cards do you like to make with your kids?