December 10, 2014

DIY Santa Card

Since there was no classes yesterday, my son immediately get his day 9 activity in his advent calendar. Our activity was “Make Christmas cards to give your family”. 

Our activity wasn’t prepared yet so I told him that we will do it after we study his lessons. I need to refresh his memory at 5 days na wala pasok for sure may surprise quiz na naman. Hehehe! 

Materials: 
Santa card template 
Art Paper 
Card board 
Scissors 
Glue 
Pentel pen 
Crayon 

I printed the Santa card template, cut and trace in cardboard paper. In one sheet of paper we were able to make 3 Santa card. 





Cut the paper. 



Paste the art paper and color the shoes using black pentel pen.




I’m doing almost all the work. My son just helped me in coloring the face and nose. 



After that we start pasting the parts. One step at a time so my son can follow me and he did it. 



We enjoyed making these Santa cards, the not so fun part is tracing and cutting the parts. #masakitsakamay. The card is so small so it could be use as a gift tag. 

There is no instruction how to make this card so I just followed the picture. Click here to get the Santa Card Template 

20 comments:

  1. What a nice activity for little kids to prepare them for Christmas!

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  2. Thanks for sharing! Now I am inspired to do this with my daughter.

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  3. Receiving a handmade card is always nice! And the kids who make them will feel happy that their hard work is appreciated.

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  4. This is cute. You can save a lot on paper when you have a pattern so you can maximize the cardboard like what your did.

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  5. Those are really cute santa claus cards. IT seems really easy to make. May try it out with the girl next week.

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  6. Yay! I love this DIY santa card Sis, super cute and kids will love this craft this holiday season. Thank you for sharing..:)

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  7. Very productive kayo mag ina:)

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  8. Nice naman. That's a great bonding activity with your kid and will also enhance his creative skills.

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  9. The cleaning after is the hardest I think. haha
    I like seeing kids involving themselves in creative activity. It's healthier.

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  10. Love this DIY crafts a perfect bonding moment with kids. Well be making something like this, this week. Thanks for sharing Sis:)
    http://wish4less.com

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  11. Great bonding moment with your son! I prefer these types of activities over the exposure to gadgets. And I would love to receive a handmade card if I had a choice :)

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  12. That is really cool for a DIY card. Sarap gayahin for gift tags.

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  13. Nice idea to get the kids engaged into Christmas activities.

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  14. What a creative DIY Christmas Card. I remember when I was a kid, I used to make personalized card for special occasions too! Now that I'm a mom, I look forward to preparing DIY things with my son when he grows older. Thanks for sharing!

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  15. You are so good with DIYs sis. Can't wait to buy a new printer yo try this one. Yun lang tapos na Christmas for sure.

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  16. This is so cute! Next time, we will make some of it as gift cards.

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  17. Really cute Santa Christmas cards. The children will surely enjoying doing them this Christmas. :-)

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  18. thanks for sharing this. these are cute Santa templates

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  19. cute Santas! Didn't had the chance to visit this post before Christmas.. sayang!

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