Christmas cards that kids can make and Tuesday Tutorials Week 46

It’s time for Tuesday Tutorials again! This week I’m sharing home made Christmas cards that kids can make. Perhaps your kids are getting ready to hand out cards to their school friends and neighbours already. If they would like to put more of a home made and personal stamp on their cards then check out these simple ideas that they will enjoy making.

I’m featuring several ideas that were linked up last week and a couple of my favourites I’ve come across during the week too.

Link up any of your own crafts or activities, on any theme, at the end of the post and we look forward to checking them out!

Now on to the featured Christmas card ideas:

12 easy and fun Christmas card ideas for kids to make

Finger print Christmas cards from Hands on as we Grow

Ribbon Christmas Cards from Best Toys for Toddlers

Easy flower pop up cards from Kitchen Floor Crafts

Confetti Wreath Christmas Cards from Best Toys for Toddlers

Use this Marshmallow snowman idea from Krafts and Kiddos on the front of a card

Santa’s hat cards from Mum in the Madhouse

Pipe Cleaner Christmas Cards from Crafty Morning

Ribbon Christmas cards from Mum in the Madhouse

Pom Pom Reindeer Card from Hodge Podge Craft

Home made Christmas card for Dad from Crafty Morning

Easy Christmas cards from The Boy and Me

Washi Tape Christmas cards from Mum in the Madhouse

Now, on to the linky! Link up your kids crafts and activities, or recipe posts below

For anyone who is new to our Tuesday Tutorials linky – Welcome! Just add your posts to the linky at the bottom of the post and they will all be shown across all four host blogs and pinned to our Pintorials group board. All bloggers are welcome and we love to see new faces joining in every week so go ahead and add your posts! No need to be shy, we can’t wait to see them!

Every week all four co hosts choose a few posts to feature on our blogs along with the next weeks linky, each with a different theme of our choice. As the number of people linking up each week has grown, these are now being made as a full round up here on In The Playroom.

Be sure to visit Eileen, Kate and Gude’s blogs to see the features they have chosen for this week.

Christmas Crafts inspired by books from Kate

Christmas decorations from Gude

Reindeer crafts from Eileen

While you’re linking up, please check out the other posts if you have a few minutes. If you can then please leave some comments letting them know that you came through from the Pintorials party, and of course pin your favourite posts.


Your hosts on Pinterest:

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Anna (me!) : Kate : GudeEileen

I hope you liked this weeks features as much as I do! I’m looking forward to seeing what you all have to share with us this week!

A Quick Reminder of Our Rules & Guidelines

    • Link up a few of your suitable posts each week. These can be old or new – it doesn’t have to be something from within that week, but something with a “tutorial” aspect and something pinnable. We particularly welcome crafts (kids or grown ups) and recipes but all tutorials are welcome.
    • Please follow the Pintorials board.
    • And if you could follow the hosts that would be appreciated – We are AnnaKateGude, and Eileen
    • Try to visit at least 3 of the blogs that have linked up and pin something to your own boards
    • Why not comment and let them know you came by from the #Pintorials linky – perhaps they will come and follow you on Pinterest!
    • You don’t have to use the badge below, but if you want to spread the word about the linky then please do or give us a text link or a mention in your linkys list if you prefer. The more people know about the #Pintorials linky, the more can join in and the more pinning we get to do

We can’t wait to see the fantastic and creative tutorials you have to share with us this week!

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5 thoughts on “Christmas cards that kids can make and Tuesday Tutorials Week 46”

  1. I’m loving all the Christmas card ideas, super creative and simple to follow. We need to make a few for grandma and grandpa, I’m a tad behind this year… Thanks for including our Marshmallow Snowman 🙂


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