These simple homemade Christmas cards kids can make are perfect for parents, grandparents and teachers.
Kids are so proud to create personalized homemade Christmas cards for their parents, grandparents and teachers, showcasing their creativity and spreading joy during the holiday season.
Encouraging preschoolers and older kids to create DIY Christmas cards fosters their creativity, develops their fine motor skills, and cultivates a sense of thoughtfulness and personal collection as they put their heart and effort into crafting unique greetings for loved ones.
Whether you are a teacher who’s looking for simple Christmas cards kids can make at daycare or preschool for their parents, or you are a mom interested in Christmas cards ideas kids can make for grandparents, this list has plenty of original options.
Browse to find the best Christmas cards for your kids age and click on the photo or link below to view the step by step tutorial.
This simple reindeer cards made with googly eyes and red pom poms for nose, are perfect homemade Christmas cards for kids to make at daycare. Parents and grandparents will love receiving them.
These reindeer cards come with several options to chose from in terms of background color, scarf colors and wishes on the cards. All you have to do is print your favorite option and have kids add their fingerprints as the reindeer’s noses. Perfect to make with preschoolers in the classroom.
Make sure to use the free printable to make these easy diy Christmas cards kids can make for family or teachers.
If Grinch is a favorite Christmas character in your family, keep this simple handprint Grinch card in mind.
What a fun way to use buttons and make some adorable and simple Christmas cards with kids. There are so many designs to chose from.
Homemade Christmas cards made by kids are the best and this idea uses just ribbons and paper. Click the link above to find out how to nicely attach the ribbon Christmas tree to the card – it’s not by gluing them together.
If you have a child who loves to paint, draw or color and produces a lot of artwork that end up on your walls, doors and fridge, now it’s the time to make better use of their projects and turn them into adorable homemade Christmas cards.
This is not your regular DIY Christmas card for kids. This is a special one that will amaze grandparents when you tell them that it can glow in the dark. Make sure to use the right glow in the dark paint for best results.
Handprint Christmas cards are so precious and this is can be easily made with little ones at daycare or at home for teachers and grandparents. This could also be a great Christmas card for babies to mark their first Christmas.
If you are a teacher looking for easy homemade Christmas card ideas for toddlers, these Christmas tree cards may be the answer. You can pre-cut the green triangle and brown square and have kids use circle stickers to decorate their Christmas tree cards.
Make these pretty buttons and corrugated board Christmas tree cards with your kids to send to friends and family. I love a good recycled card idea!
With just a bit of adult prep, your toddler will be able to make a beautiful Christmas tree card decorated with gem stones.
Use the printable, a couple of buttons, pom poms and pipe cleaner to make these adorable snowman Christmas cards with your kids.
Unleash your kids’ creativity with a fun and unique craft by making Christmas cards using coffee filters resulting in stunning and personalized masterpieces.
Paper quilling isn’t only great for fine motor skills but it can also produce some amazing designs that look fantastic on Christmas cards.
Let the holiday spirit run wild as kids create festive Christmas cards using cookie cutters, adding a touch of whimsy and creativity to their greetings.
If you have toddlers or preschoolers and are looking for easy Christmas card ideas kids can make, these Christmas light cards are adorable and super simple.
These homemade Christmas card for kids are quick and easy to make. Make sure to grab the Christmas tree template to make this Christmas craft even easier.
Who’s peeking out when you open this wreath card? You’re in for a surprise!
If your kids love to paint, these cards come in three different designs and with different watercolor techniques to produce incredible homemade Christmas cards.
Let kids play around with different color ribbons and turn them into adorable Christmas cards.
These handprint cards are the perfect Christmas cards kids can make for their teachers: easy an cute.
Using paint color swatches to make Christmas trees is so creative and kids will love making these easy cards.
How clever to use Legos in creating Christmas cards? And so many designs to chose from!