Simple Christmas Cards Kids Can Make
Let your kids and grandkids get involved by making their own Christmas cards.
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Here's a bright idea: Let kids use up paper scraps in a multitude of colors to craft cute holiday note cards.
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Capture the symbols of the season with these fun-to stamp cards.
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Glittered Stocking Card
This card sparkles with holiday cheer and is easy to make.
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Scraps of paper and satin ribbons decorate easy-to-make cards and tree ornaments.
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It's never too early for children to learn good manners, and writing thank-you notes after the holidays is a good place to start.
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Snowy Night Card
Send peaceful wishes with this night sky card.
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Snowman Applique Card
This happy snowman makes a perfect holiday greeting.
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Jolly Snowman Card
With a wide grin beaming across a flat glass marble, this well-dressed snowman will make anyone's season merry and bright.
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Let It Snow Card
Wire rings give this snowman shape. A paper hat and ribbon scarf complete the dapper character.
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The Star in the East Card
This star is symbolic of the one that shone so brightly over the manger. Sparkling beads in a row fall beautifully from the star.
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String Snowman Card
With a head wound of string instead of snow, this friendly fellow will deliver jolly greetings all winter long.
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Beaded Candy Cane Card
Send glad tidings with merry cards that take just minutes to make.
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Wonderland Waves Ornament Card
Dress up circles to resemble tree trims.
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