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Kids Craft: Bauble Cards

| December 19, 2012 | 23 Comments

Christmas Craft Craft ideasI have a super duper simple and last minute Christmas Card Craft for you today. And one that very young children can help with too!!!! We made them, as Pip Squeak, watched me assemble our Teacher Appreciation Card and wanted to colour in some “baubles” too. So I drew some rough circles and let her have a go. Red Ted did some more too, but we haven’t finished his cards yet. I will have to add them at a later date. (If you want another Chirstmas Card idea, check out our Gingerbread Men too).

 

Materials: paper, scissors, card stock, pens, glue – optional – glitter glue or ribbon “for hanging”

1) Get your children to colour in some circles (here is a printable of different sizes for you). You can colour, stick, paint, draw, do whatever you like!! Just have fun

2) Cut your circles out and stick tem on your card

3) Add detail in glitter or with a ribbon to represent the baubles “hanging”.

Job done. So simple and I think they look really cute? Pip Squeak LOVED making these.

Check out our Gingerbread Cards for more ideas:

Easy cards for kids to make

Christmas Card CraftsJoin the Kids Get Crafty linky party! Disclaimer: by joining the Kids Get Crafty linky – you give us permission to highlight any projects on Red Ted Art and Creative with Kids or share your craft ideas on Pintrest – I will always link to your site!


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  1. Pinkoddy says:

    They are super sweet cards.
    I hope my activity is ok because I didn’t do it with my children but you could so easily.
    It’s my first post in my new location too. Feel free to delete it if it breaks any rules.

    And Merry Christmas xx

  2. Red Ted Art says:

    Oh of course that is fine!!!! Kids Get Crafty is “with and for” kids and I love your gingerbread ornaments ;-) I am only really “strict” when it comes to Kids Get Arty!!!

  3. These are wonderful – I think T could make some as well – in fact we may just have a go to do some this morning for aunts and uncles.

  4. Red Ted Art says:

    Perfect, just the sort of comment I was hoping to see today… :-)

  5. Rachel says:

    Thanks for the party Maggy!!!

  6. Red Ted Art says:

    My pleasure!

  7. These turned out really cute. We made an ornament from craft foam but I really like the ornament cards look.

  8. Such a great idea, and they look brilliant!
    Hope you have a lovely christmas x

  9. I always love a nice and simple craft for the little ones. Sometimes I get carried away thinking up crafts we could try only to realise that my idea of a fun craft is not always the same as my two-year olds!
    Joining your link party!

  10. Melissa H. says:

    Adorable! What a fun way to get kids to help with cards!

  11. Red Ted Art says:

    Thank you, ladies!

    And Merry Christmas to you to Single Married Mum!

  12. You always have so many awesome, creative ideas, Maggy! I often find myself pinning your posts. Thanks so much for hosting Kids Get Crafty!

  13. Red Ted Art says:

    What a very lovely thing to say, thank you Deb!!

  14. Sian says:

    Great idea! for all ages : )
    Merry Christmas : )

  15. Suzi says:

    They look so lovely, actually anything your children have a go at just makes it all the more special.

  16. Isil says:

    I love handmade cards by kids. They are super sweet.

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