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Forgot to get a gift for your neighbors? Or a holiday thankyou for your child's dance teacher? Show you care by taking the time to make a homemade card. Add a candy cane and you're sorted!
We've got you covered for last-minute cards with these two simple ideas that are fun for adults and kids to make and receive:
Dreaming of a White Christmas
This Snow Flake card looks intricate but it's actually super easy to create.
1. Cut a square of white paper the size you want the snow flake to be.
2. Fold the square in half and then half again.
3. Fold on the diagonal, to make a triangle.
4. Repeat with another diagonal fold if you can to make a thinner triangle.
Note: Make sure the diagonal fold runs through the center of the square.
5. Cut the ends to make it even.
6. Cut shapes in your folded paper, but make sure you don't cut all the way through!
7. Unfold to reveal your snowflake.
Snowflakes also make great christmas tree decorations!
Decked with Lights
Finger painting fun for a perfect DIY card!
1. Cut and fold cardboard into the size you want.
2. Dip your fingertips (or your child's) in paint and press on the folded card.
3. Once the paint is dry, draw in "string" and extras.