Are you looking for a quick and easy Christmas Card craft that all of your children can sit down and have a go at? Why not have a go at our simple Christmas Tree Cards.
Christmas Tree Christmas Cards for Kids
We love to sit down together to make our Christmas Cards for family and friends. And the simpler the better when you are working with 3 kids aged 2, 5 and 7.
This year all of my kids were able to enjoy making the same cards but in their own unique ways.
My daughter (2.5 yrs) needed a bit more help than her two big brothers. I cute strips of green paper out for her Christmas Trees before we sat down for Christmas Tree Cards. Her grannies are going to love them!
I wanted to encourage my sons to have a lot more independence with their cards. My sons are 5 and 7 now, so they were both competent in using scissors and cutting out the strips for their own Christmas trees.
I explained to the boys about making each strip a little shorter than the last, to make up the shape of the Christmas tree. They both had a good go at this.
I laid out the same foam shapes and gold star stickers for them to decorate their Christmas trees. My son Freddie who is 5, was especially creative with his cards.
Liam got more confident as the session went on and his cards got more detailed each time.
We have been very busy making Christmas Cards this year. We made some fun Christmas Cookie Cutter Cards recently as well.
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11 thoughts on “Christmas Tree Cards Made By Kids”
These cards are lively! What a great idea and brilliant that you can adapt the activity to different age groups 🙂 xx #minicreations
Thank you. We love to craft altogether so it s great to find ideas which works for the three different ages.
What a lovely idea, very simple, but more difficult for older kids and the opportunity to get very creative. The trees look great!
Thanks for sharing #LetKidsBeKids
Thanks Karen. My eldest loves to put his own stamp onto things more and more jow.
I love this idea, the kids always enjoy being creative and having lots of options. Thanks for sharing with us on our Facebook page yesterday, pinning!
Thanks Heather, i appreciate that.
What a lovely idea and great that its something they all can do in their own way.Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Lucy. It's gives them a greater sense of achievement if they can do it themselves.
I love that each one of these is uniquely beautiful – no two alike!
Thank you! I love to see how each of them put their own ideas into their projects.
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