Paint Print Christmas Card Crafts for Kids
Before you send a store-bought greeting, check out the cute Christmas cards your kiddo can create! Whether you’re a Pinterest-ing crafter or your child just enjoys anything that involves art, these paint-covered projects are perfect for the holidays.
Santa Print Card
Pour a pool of red paint onto a piece of scrap cardboard, a paper plate or wax paper. Have your child make a fist to dip into the paint. Press your child’s paint-covered fist onto a piece of snowy white card stock paper to make Santa’s red coat. Add a face with crayons or markers and a hat with red finger paint. Glue fluffy cotton onto the hat and around the coat to complete the card.
Snowflake Print Card
Repeat the paint pool steps, but this time pour white tempera onto the cardboard, plate or other similar surface. Your child can use their finger tips to create snowflake paint print designs onto blue construction or card stock paper. Fold the paper in half and write a holiday message inside.
Christmas Tree Print Card
Fold a piece of red paper in half and write a holiday message on the inside. Pour a pool of green paint and help your child to finger print a tree shape on the front of the card. Add ornaments or a festive garland with other colors of paint.