The holiday season brings a sense of joy and togetherness, and what better way to share that spirit than through custom Christmas cards? While traditional cards are always appreciated, exploring creative avenues can make your greetings more memorable. From designing unique cards and crafting meaningful messages to adding festive decorations and utilising customised envelopes, there are endless possibilities to create custom Christmas cards that genuinely stand out. In this article, we’ll explore various creative ways to elevate your card-sending experience into a cherished and personalised expression of love and goodwill.
Us parents are always manic at this time of the year and that is where these free printable templates for kids Christmas cards come in. I have been making fingerprint Christmas cards with my children since they were tiny and it seems fun and exciting when you are only making one or two cards, but when you are making enough to send to everyone doing with a classroom of kids it can take some time. So all you have to so here is print off the card template and either add fingerprints or get the kids to colour them in.
There is nothing nicer than receiving a handmade Christmas card, and even more so in today’s electronic age. They are a great way to get crafting with your children and fingerprint Christmas cards are a brilliant holiday craft perfect for doing with kids of all ages, plus the recipient will love to keep the holiday card as a keepsake. Happy Crafting!
These super-simple String Christmas Tree Card appeal to the Scandi-style lover in me, plus they are fun and simple to make. They also remind me of 70’s string art and as a 70’s baby, I guess they remind me of the Christmases of my youth! Do you still send Christmas cards? Each year we send less and less, but I want the ones we do send to be meaningful and spread holiday cheer and the way we do that is to make our own (yes, I love a Christmas craft). I can see these being framed and brought out year after year.
We are all about the Christmas cards at the moment and today I want to share with you a really simple Santa Hat Christmas card that is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers to make. It is also the perfect 5 minute craft that is going to be our family Christmas cards this year. Nothing says Merry Christmas more than a homemade Christmas Card specially when it comes to family and grandparents a card from children is a card to cherish.
There is nothing nicer than receiving a homemade Christmas card and these easy ribbon Christmas cards are so easy for you to make with kids of all ages. You don’t need lots of different materials to make lots of different styles of DIY Christmas cards made with ribbons. I love that I have turned my kids into crafters.
While it is very easy to just head down to the high street and purchase a bulk of Christmas cards to send out to all your friends and family, you are losing out on a quick-fire way to get into the festive spirit. Creating your own Christmas cards will not take much time – you can create a huge pile in the space of an afternoon – and is a fun activity for kids and adults alike. So free up some time when the whole family is available and follow this guide to create cards that recipients will surely be proud to display on their mantelpiece. 1. Work out your […]
We love making our own cards here in The Mad House, But I do realise that this might not be the same for everyone with children, but I thought I would share with you our favorite Christmas Cards that we have made. I think that Christmas cards that the children have made are a lovely thing to give, but often they can be messy, difficult, time consuming and complicated to make. Not these. Card Masking tape Green Paint Sponges Glue Sequins or stars Glitter You start by cutting a tree shaped template in a piece of card. The easiest way to do this is fold it in half. You can make it […]
I think that Christmas cards that the children have made are a lovely thing to give, but often they can be messy, difficult, time consuming and complicated to make. Not these easy stenciled christmas cards that are kid made. Firstly you need: Card Masking tape Green Paint Sponges Glue Sequins or stars Glitter You start by cutting a tree shaped template in a piece of card. The easiest way to do this is fold it in half. You can make it as simple or fancy as you like. I am simple lady myself. Stick the template on to your card. I also stick the card down to the table for minimad. You […]
These threaded ribbon Christmas Tree Cards are great for kids of all ages and perfect for working on fine motor skills with the bonus of looking fantastic too. I love that we also added salt dough stars to them. We loved the simple ribbon Christmas cards we made last year, so I have been looking at a similar Christmas card idea for this year that would say Merry Christmas to the people we love. We don’t send a lot of Christmas cards, but the ones we do are all handmade with love and who doesn’t love homemade Christmas cards and I hope you find inspiration with these cards?
This fingerprint Christmas light craft – a dishwasher-safe plate has been inspired by one of our most popular posts our Fingerprint Christmas Tree Ornament and a plate for Father Christmas that I painted for the boys’ first Christmas in our home. That plate has survived being in the dishwasher over the years as have our Reindeer Fingerprint Mugs so I wanted to make another Christmas keepsake that the whole family can get involved in.
The twinkling glow of Christmas lights can transform any space into a winter wonderland, and if you’re looking for easy and festive ideas on how to decorate home with Christmas lights, you’ve come to the right place! From cozy indoor spaces to dazzling outdoor displays, we’ve got your Christmas light decorating needs covered. Ready to illuminate your home with warmth and cheer? Let’s get started! Ps you can find lights at CTD for this holiday season.
Tips to Simplify Christmas without Losing the Magic is a paid collaborative post. I absolutely adore the holiday season, but not the stress of it all, so over the last few years we have worked hard at simplifying Christmas without losing the magic and the best bit is each year gets even better. So follow our tips on how to simplify Christmas and you will thank me not just now but next year too.
How festive are these amazing Christmas wreath colouring pages? I love Colouring and there is nothing better on a dark night in the lead-up to Christmas than doing some relaxing colouring. I find that it helps me turn off and at this time of year we are all so busy that anything that helps me cope with the busyness of the lead-up to Christmas is good by me.