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Instructions on how to make your own Christmas Card Garland Christmas cards. Simple but effective personalised cards that you can make alone or with children.

Instructions on how to make your own Christmas Card Garland Christmas cards. Simple but effective personalised cards that you can make alone or with children.

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  • 1. Make your own Card Garland Christmas Cards
    How to make some really personal cards that children can help with
    Merry Christmas to Jenny, Michael, Joseph and Peter
  • 2. What you will need (1)
    Some old Christmas cards
    White or cream
    blank cards (and envelopes)
    Christmas stickers (mini)
    Coloured card (scraps will do)
  • 3. What you will need (2)
    Scissors
    Green, gold or silver pens
    Glue
    Glitter (optional)
  • 4. Step 1Making mini cardsThis is something your children could help with to make it a family affair
  • 5. You could just cut out the part of an old card near the fold
    You can leave it like it isor add anextra sticker/glitter etc
  • 6. You can make them from scratch using your coloured card
    score
    cut
    Cut and score a strip
    Cut into smaller bits
    Fold and decorate
  • 7. Alternatively, your kids could just create some free-hand
  • 8. Step 2Making the garland
  • 9. Using a gel pen, draw a wavy line across the top of your folded card
    This looks most festive in gold, silver or green
  • 10. Stick some of your mini-cards along the line with glue
    Use a mixture of colours and sizes
  • 11. Decorate the ends and gaps in the garland with holly leaves or stars
    This just makes it look more festive
  • 12. Adding the finishing touches
    Happy Christmas!
  • 13. Add some Christmas greetings along the bottom of the card using the gel pen
    Merry Christmas to Jenny, Michael, Joseph and Peter
    You can personalise this or just put something general
  • 14. Add glitter, sparkles or stickers as you wish
    Merry Christmas to Jenny, Michael, Joseph and Peter
  • 15. Your lovely card is now ready to send
    Merry Christmas to Jenny, Michael, Joseph and Peter
  • 16. And every one you make will be unique!
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to Mum and Dad!
    Idea, instructions and PowerPoint presentation by Jacqui Bartram