Christmas Greeting Garland
December 16th, 2010 by Craftylocks

One of the super simple, stylish, and seasonally suitable paper crafts for children!

Now I have the urge for alliteration out of system – on with the craft. My daughter made this one at school over a year ago. I kept it (OK, I keep most crafts) as I was impressed with how great it looks, but also the amount of effort that she put into the decorating of the letters. These ones are photocopied, but you could as easily write them and decorate with felts, stickers and perhaps a small pile of glitter.

For some other festive crafts check out the Christmas Paper Crafts for Children list.



Once the letters are all decorated, cut them into individual squares and punch two holes at the top of each square. Thread some string back and forth between the holes and then you just need a superb spot to suspend your garland.

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Me writes:
December 16th, 2010 at 7:08 am

This is a fun and easy way to make a banner! If we don’t do it for Christmas, I’m SURE it’ll come in handy at birthday party time! I love the super simple crafts that look great!

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