It’s that magical time of year again, when the air is filled with the scent of pine and the sound of carols. Christmas is a special time filled with sparkly lights, yummy cookies, and lots of love. It’s also a perfect time for fun crafts, especially for kids.
Imagine how happy your family and friends will be when they get a Christmas card made by the little ones.
Crafting homemade Christmas cards is a delightful way for little ones to spread holiday cheer. In this article, we’ll explore ten simple yet fun Christmas card ideas perfect for children of all ages.
Make the season even more special with these fun and easy Christmas card ideas!
Let’s start with a winter wonderland on a card! For this, kids can cut out snowflake shapes from white paper and sprinkle them with glitter.
Glue these sparkly snowflakes onto a blue or black card. Add a sweet message inside, like, “May your days be merry and bright!”
This one is all about colors and fun! You can tear or cut out pieces of green paper and stick them on a card to make a Christmas tree shape.
Then, decorate the tree with stickers, small pompoms, or colored dots for ornaments. After all, what’s a Christmas without a Christmas tree?
Everyone loves Santa! For this card, draw or paste a big, jolly Santa face on the front. Using cotton balls for his beard and a red paper hat will make Santa come alive. Inside, they can write, “Ho Ho Ho! Merry Christmas!”
This is a personal favorite. Kids can use their handprints to create a reindeer. Paint their hands brown, press them onto a card, and once dry, add googly eyes and a red nose. Instead of using handprints, you can cut out a hand-shaped card, add googly eyes and a red nose, and hang light cutouts to pop up the colors.
A card full of stars is like a sky on a winter night. Kids can cut out star shapes from shiny paper or foil and arrange them on a dark-colored card.
They can even draw a moon and add a sprinkle of glitter for a starry effect.
You can create a wreath for a festive touch. Trace your kids’ hands on green paper, cut out the shapes, and arrange them in a circle on a card.
Add red berries with red paint or stickers. A lovely message inside could be, “Wishing you a wreath of smiles this Christmas!”
A snowman is a must-have for Christmas. This Christmas card idea is especially great for sending cards to people who don’t receive much snow in their area. Create a snowman using white circles, cotton balls, or round cotton pads.
Add buttons, a drawn scarf, and a cute hat. Inside, write a cheerful message like, “Stay cool this Christmas!”
This card brings the sound of Christmas bells to life. Cut bell shapes from yellow or gold paper, glue them onto the card, and “hang” the bells using a ribbon or a string. Inside, write, “Jingle all the way to a merry Christmas!”
For a snug and warm feel, kids can create a card featuring winter mittens. They can trace their hands on colorful paper to make mitten shapes and decorate them with patterns or small pompoms.
A sweet message like “Warm wishes for a cozy Christmas” would be perfect on the inside.
A card with a handcrafted angel is perfect for spreading magic and joy. Children can make angels using paper doilies or white paper for the dress and add a shiny foil halo.
They can draw or use cutouts and stickers to make angels. Inside the card, a message like “Angels are watching over you this Christmas” adds a magical touch.
After your kids have had their fun creating these festive cards, it’s time to send them out to spread the holiday cheer. This can be a great opportunity to teach your children about the process of mailing letters.
If you’re unsure of the current contact information for your friends and family, a quick reverse email lookup can be a handy tool. This way, you ensure that your beautifully crafted Christmas cards find their way to the right mailboxes, bringing joy to each recipient.”