The holiday season is upon us and in less than no time it will be December 25th. You may be ready to go with wrapping paper and already started or completed your holiday gift list, but did you remember to get holiday cards? Whether you send them in the mail or attach them to each present, Christmas cards add a personal touch that will be cherished for years to come. Today, we’re sharing Learning Liftoff’s editors’ picks for the top five DIY Christmas cards to make this weekend, December 5 – 7. And, while you’re here, go ahead and enter in our Meaning and Magic Pinterest contest by pinning your favorite cards on your holiday board and you could win a $500 Visa gift card to help you finish up your holiday shopping.

 enhanced-buzz-7963-1354458888-3Drawing a Christmas tree, lights, Santa, etc. on paper may be the easiest DIY Christmas card option there is. Each card will be a little different with the kids drawings and make them even more personalized. Add some glitter or use their fingerprints as the light bulbs, and you’ll astound everyone with your craftiness.

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You can also use items you have around the house to create holiday pieces on your cards. Buttons make a great snowman, but they could also serve as mistletoe or ornaments on a tree.

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Speaking of ornaments, why not put them on your card? These pearls give this card a great touch, but again, you can draw ornaments, use glitter and glue or cut out scrapbook paper.

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Scrapbook paper is always nice, but don’t feel like that’s your only option. Use paper from an old book, a newspaper, or sheet music to cut out holiday shapes for your DIY Christmas cards this year.

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This card may be better for older students, but it is also a great choice when teaching about lines and shapes.

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Share your Christmas cards, and all of the other things you’re trying this weekend in the comments below or on social media by tagging @K12Learn on Twitter and Instagram.


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