You probably have a long list of people to send Christmas cards to each year, but what about your child? This year, help them send holiday greetings with these creative ideas for home made Christmas cards.
A scented holiday greeting that moonlights as an ornament.
Transform a tomato cage from your garden into this clever evergreen look-alike that displays your holiday cards.
Deck your hall with boughs of cardboard. This wintry tree with plenty of branches is instant art for a door or wall -- and a fun way to show off holiday cards.
Create festive homemade holiday cards by turning felt furniture pads into a snowman stamp.
Send your friends these simple card greetings; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Let the folks on your list have some fun with this greeting that moonlights as a DIY ornament. And don't worry, your friends and family don't need to be craft experts to assemble it!
Use family photos to make a fun card for special people on your list; another great holiday craft from Spoonful.com.
These art cards make extra-special holiday greetings for a relative or friend.
What could be homier than a pair of mittens drying on a clothesline? This card idea, from the Mollette family of Uniontown, Ohio, was modeled after a card that had been given to a coworker.
This card offers plenty of room for kid participation.
Put your personal stamp on homemade holiday cards with a Handprint Santa.
Let these easy-to-create candle cards light your holiday greetings.
Holiday decorations help you spell out your season's greetings loud and clear.
Inspired by a child's drawings of snowmen, this card, from the Erickson family of Burbank, California, is a treat for both the sender and the receiver.
Add a personalized touch to gifts with mitten-shaped gift tags.
Craft a card that offers a greeting and a gift.
Well-suited for mass production, this polished-looking card, from the Poel family of Grand Rapids, Michigan, was inspired by a card-making course.
A step-by-step guide to creating customized holiday cards with help from your local copy shop.
Using the home computer to its best advantage, this card idea, supplied by the Lotocky family of Poughkeepsie, New York, is easy to make because the computer does all the work.
These hand-trimmed tree cards make a festive statement.
Spell out your holiday greetings on these easy-to-make cards.
Display the season's cards and photos by tucking them into this fleece-covered tree you can keep on a tabletop or hang on a wall.
This card carousel presents your photo cards for view during the holidays, then folds into an instant archive when the happy season is over.
This tidy display of holiday cards also serves as a sweet keepsake and a record of all those who've put you on their mailing lists.
This oversize display has room for dozens of holiday cards, and is studded with real candy to help your kids appreciate each tiding of joy: when a new card goes up, a mint comes down.
Share your favorite photos in this creative greeting card.
Make a fun holiday greeting card of your kids and a giant gingerbread man.
Create a playful holiday greeting card inspired by the events of the past year; another great holiday craft from Spoonful.com.
A few simple snips and folds send these cards hurtling into the third dimension. With easy downloadable templates for the Christmas Tree Card and Dreidel Card, creating multiple cards is a snap!
Family Card Tree
Changing Faces Snowman
Mitten Gift Tags
Pine Pin and Card
Handmade Christmas Tree Card
Wreath of Names
Holiday Card Holder
Candy Cane Display
Fold-Out Photo Gallery
The Giant Cookie
The Year in Pictures
3-D Greetings: Christmas Tree & Dreidel
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