Still looking for your simple DIY Christmas card of the season? You’ll love our paper circle homemade Christmas card idea!
We love making Christmas cards with a festive tree, just check our adorable little fingerprint tree Christmas card, and simple is our moto.
This fun little project is great for young kids, as punching circles is always fun, and for older ones – for grown ups I do recommend you fancy it up with using various scrapbook paper. I think patterns really add something special to Christmas cards.
This simple little cards is perfect to make in the classroom, as a card kids make for their parents or friends and family.
Ready to make one of your own? It’s easy peasy!
How to Make a Paper Circle Homemade Christmas Card
What you need:
- card base (you can make it by yourself or get blank card bases in any color)
- blue construction paper
- white construction paper
- brown paper
- green print paper (or construction paper)
- circl or scallop punch
- glitter glue
Watch the Video Tutorial
Or Follow These Step by Step Instructions
If you are making the card bases yourself as we are, I recommend cutting a sheet of A4 or letter sized paper in half.
Draw and cut a snowy hill shape out of white paper.
Glue two halves together – slip one into another, making a L shape.
When you glue the second pair of folded circles, slip them into the first one a little.
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