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This simple craft uses our Christmas coloring pages to color and then transform into an easy blueprint to create a festive 3D Christmas Craft for Kids.
Hi everyone! My name is Dima Mintz. I am just the dad to Arnold (7 yo) and Alina (4 yo). Because I am a full time dad, children’s book author, and a parenting blogger, my kids inspire me to create something funny every day. My favorite part of parenting, is creating traditions with my little ones. Truly, the holidays can be a perfect time for that!
I’m honored to be invited for Design Dazzle‘s Christmas Wonderful series this year and I am glad to share with you our new craft project. All you need to do is follow these easy instructions to create your own! No additional tools are required.
What you’ll need for this project:
- Ordinary paper (use it to print out our templates with Santa, Christmas Tree, Ginger Man, Candy Canes and more)
- Hard paper to make the background of the Christmas Eve (you can use a cardboard package, cereal box, or watercolor paper)
- Felt pens (to color Santa, Christmas Tree, The Ginger Man, Candy Canes and more)
- Paints (to color the background)
- Cardboard (to make the holder)
Follow the below steps:
- Download and print out the templates on ordinary printing paper. You can absolutely draw it yourself too! You can use our ideas as an example!
2. Glue them onto the cardboard sheet or cut them out to use them as a template to draw the circles on the cardboard sheets.
3. Next, Cut out the circles and color them with paints. Use your imagination to create a Christmas spirit!
4. Color and cut out Christmas Tree, Ginger Man, Candy Canes, and more with felt pens.
5. Take the cut elements and glue them one by one to the cardboard sheets. Use our ideas for inspiration.
6. Take any cardboard box you have at home (like a pizza box), and cut out the base for your Christmas craft.
7. Put the Christmas craft on the holder.
8. Place the sheets one after another. From the biggest circle to the smallest one.
The craft is now ready! Merry Christmas!
Mr. Mintz is always thinking up new and great craft ideas for kids. You can visit my blog for more!