As promised, here is part two of the Christmas Card Recycling kids craft projects we came up.
The first project the kids made was a door stop. They used a heavy piece of wood (left over from another project) which they painted black. Then they used some left over paper, ribbon, and rhinestones to decorate the wood block.
We also had some "Martha Stewart" Glitters available for them to use to bring a little sparkle to the card.
|Perfect Printing Pouch|
Once the glitter had dried, the kids used more of the dimensional tape to attach the card to the wood block. You can find dimensional tape at the local craft store and sometimes the local dollar store.
For the next project, we decided to use a box that originally held some Benefit Cosmetics. The box is a was trimmed in colors that worked really well with this card.
Another super easy quick Christmas card recycling project that gave them fun results. All of these projects were great because it they were so very easy to complete and held their attention long enough to finish the project. Plus, I did not have to go out and buy any supplies. We just used what we had on hand.