Christmas Card Making For Schools:
Schools can be hubs for sharing joy and happiness. The excitement of the children is on an all-time high and tapping in on their energy can be quite rewarding. Christmas card making for schools is a regular activity where the children are taught to express their creativity through craft.
Here are some great ideas for Christmas card making for schools:
Christmas card with ribbon tree
- An A4 size thick sheet folded into half or a card sheet folded into half.
- Satin ribbon in green color or any other color of choice
- Small buttons of different shapes
- Hot glue gun and glue
- Cutter and scissors
- Take a cardstock sheet and fold it into half neatly.
- Take the ribbon and using hot glue gun, fix one end of the ribbon on the top of the card. Make a curve by bending the ribbon and sticking it to the center.
- Continue the pattern, just keeping in mind to widen the branches as you move down till you reach the bottom of the card.
- Once done, make an inward curve and cut the ribbon. Glue the end of the ribbon in the center.
- Take buttons and stick them in the center of the tree. This makes it look beautiful and laso hides the traces of the glue at the same time.
- Write your Christmas greeting on the inside of the card.
Christmas wreath card
- A blank card or an A4 size cardstock sheet
- An assortment of green buttons or any color of choice
- Ribbon red or any other color of choice
- Glue gun
- If you have a blank card, you can start right away.
- If you have an A4 card stock sheet then fold the card into half and crease it well.
- Mark with a pencil as to where you want to place the wreath on the card.
- Make a circle with the pencil.
- Take your assortment of buttons and arrange them on the circle.
- Take your glue gun and stick the buttons on the circle.
- Take a ribbon and make a small bow. Glue it on the wreath at the place you like the best.
- Allow to dry completely and your beautiful yet simple card is ready.
These Christmas card making for schools help the child to be creative in their own way with shapes, colors and other skills while extending their Christmas wishes too.