Today I propose Christmas cards with a Christmas crossword. At the beginning, only the traditional inscription “Merry Christmas” is marked. The remaining passwords can be circled by the person when he or she receives the card 😁.
I prepared 3 templates for cards: the crossword puzzle in the lights frame, the crossword puzzle and the lights frame separately. You may choose the one that suits you best.
Additionally, there is also a downloadable Christmas crossword puzzle in the form of a worksheet that you can use as a Christmas game with children. You will find it at the bottom of this post.
Materials for Christmas cards DIY
- Base of the card – color cardboard or dedicated natural paper
- Decorations – sequins, glitter paper, foam stickers, self-adhesive pearls
- Templates – downloadable below
DIY Christmas cards – templates to download
I prepared 3 templates for cards: the crossword puzzle in the lights frame, the crossword puzzle and the lights frame separately. Choose the one that suits you best 🙂
How to make Christmas cards?
In the simplest version, it is enough to cut out the crossword in lights frame and stick it on the colored cardboard base. The Christmas card is ready 😁
The next option is the crossword puzzle itself, glued on colored paper and then glued to the brown base. You can additionally decorate with stickers, pearls or other gadgets. Don’t forget to cross the Merry Christmas wishes 🙂
The last version, which gives the greatest scope for creative display, is the frame with lights used as the base. My daughters chose this version and it turned out really nice. The older one (7 years old) made the most beautiful card of the evening 🙂 The younger one (4 years old) also had a lot of fun and also has her own card – the yellow one 🙂
Christmas cards are ready 🙂
Christmas crossword puzzle – activity sheet for kids
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If you’re looking for more ideas for Christmas decorations, you’ll find them in the Christmas section.
If you are looking for more creative activities for kids check our DIY with kids section.
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Nothing gives more satisfaction than doing something yourself. I haven’t even thought about DIY as my hobby, I’ve just done different “projects” when it was needed. Sometimes it’s a disguise for the Masquerade Party in kindergarten. Another time, cutting out the pumpkin and baking the witch’s fingers for Haloween. Or simply organizing holiday souvenirs. Now I decided to share my realizations with you. Let’s go it together!