Receiving a handmade Christmas greeting card always makes me feel special, and today I would like to help you make someone feel just as special by using this red Christmas ball clipart with fun white stars on it, to make an elegant gift card with a little sparkle. Does this sound like fun?
Kids you might need to ask your parents for some help to make this Christmas greeting card. To turn this greeting card into a memorable Christmas gift, you’re going to need a few craft supplies.
You’ll need: white or cream colored crafters cardboard, safety scissors, ruler, pencil, eraser, glue stick and SILVER GLITTER or silver glitter glue pen and this Christmas ball clipart of course * Remember to make sure your printer can print on the thickness of cardboard that you have chosen.
O.K Let’s start by downloading the Christmas ball clipart and printing it onto the craft card that you’ve chosen. Next measure your card to the size you would like to be, using your ruler and pencil. Parents this where you step in and help them to draw straight lines.
Next grab your safety scissors and cut the card out of the cardboard. If they kids find this too difficult, just go ahead and cut it out for them. Once the Christmas card is cut out, can you use the eraser and rub out the pencil lines around the edges of your card.
Here is the fun part yippee!!! With your glue pen or glue start putting glue on all of the white stars. Once they all have glue on them, sprinkle your glitter on all of the stars. Use a lot of glitter as you want these stars to really sparkle.
If you have a silver glitter pen, use it like a color pencil, and fill in all of the stars. When the stars are filled you’ll see a pretty red Christmas ball clipart card with lots of silver sparkling stars.
Now be careful as you need to put the card in a safe place to dry. When your Christmas card is dry, you can write a nice message inside, and then give it to someone special.
To download this Christmas ball clipart for the Christmas greeting card you can simply click on the image and then right click again and click the “Save As” button. If you enjoy making Christmas greeting cards you might like to try this one too.