Published at Tuesday, December 12th 2017. by roger in Christmas Season.
Christmas time is the perfect time for putting aside the excuses and get into making your own cards. With some planning in the weeks before, making cards doesnt need to be overwhelming, too expensive or too time consuming. And the best ways to make cute cards and use your time wisely is to involve the children.
Christmas Trees Christmas tree decoration is the most important part in Christmas. You can buy a Christmas tree from your nearest store or you can also arrange it by yourself. The process of decorating light is pretty easy and to make your Christmas tree more attractive and unique, you can add some ornaments. If you have a proper tree growing in garden then it will be a good idea to decorate that one. But it will be good to have a Christmas tree inside your home
To add the final touches, feel free to add other stickers or embellishments that you have on hand. Keep it simple as as we dont want to take the attention away from the kids artwork in itself. You can also add a border around the edge of the card. And there you have it, the cutest Christmas cards, and the most original, you will see because they are handmade by you and your kids. Those receiving these cards will love them. Remember to take photos of the kids making the cards and of the cards themselves to remind the kids of the fun you had.
Our great-grandparents were on to something. They used Christmas Tree Candles and this is how they experienced Christmas every year. Lets say youve decided to go green and use Christmas Tree Candles instead of kilowatts this year. Finding genuine Christmas Candles is not easy, because they basically vanished from the market 90 years ago. But persistence pays off. I discuss various sources in another article I wrote about Christmas lights, but if you want to save time, its easiest to order them from a reputable dealer.
Fold the card in half and then paste the artwork squares onto the front, towards the top (checking the opening is to the right-hand side), using the gluestick. If things are getting too messy, stop and get the kids to wash their hands and start again. Using scrap paper on the table top makes cleaning up much easier. Allow the cards to dry. If they get a bit twisted, lay the cards under a heavy book overnight to flatten them out.
Christmas is the only festival that is celebrated in all over the world by different religions with their own styles and cultures. It falls on December 25 every year and prompts us to enjoy ourselves by decorating our living space and engaged with several fun activities. However, the idea of decorating the home on the eve of Christmas is something that varies from person to person. Some people enjoy decorating their home with their own style by following it every year. Such people often follow their traditional way to decorate the living space and enjoy with that.