Christmas is the only festival that is celebrated in all over the world by different religions with their own styles and cultures. It falls on December 25 every year and prompts us to enjoy ourselves by decorating our living space and engaged with several fun activities. However, the idea of decorating the home on the eve of Christmas is something that varies from person to person. Some people enjoy decorating their home with their own style by following it every year. Such people often follow their traditional way to decorate the living space and enjoy with that.
Using the kids artwork, paintings and drawings from throughout the year will both involve them and use up all of that paper you have lying around. Paintings and collages can easily be turned into cute cards. Even worksheets with their colouring and writing on it can be used. Including the kids in your cardmaking does need some planning, so gather your materials and tools ahead of time. There is no surer way of boring the kids by running around trying to find those scissors when they are ready to go.
Christmas Lights Many People regularly apply lights for their Christmas holiday decoration. Lights are the main component that is used in the decoration of Christmas holiday. These lights can be wrapped around your windows and verandas, and sometimes on the caverns, bushes and trees. While doing all these decoration with light, you should be care full about the electricity. These lights can bring a lot of happiness during the Christmas holiday.
Christmas time is the perfect time for putting aside the excuses and get into making your own cards. With some planning in the weeks before, making cards doesnt need to be overwhelming, too expensive or too time consuming. And the best ways to make cute cards and use your time wisely is to involve the children.
Set the kids up with their artwork and old cards and get them to cut their work down to a size that will fit neatly onto your card. If you are using a standard card size of 148mm x 105mm (A4 cut in half, then folded in half) a square of 90mmx90mm will fit nicely. Accuracy isnt important; it will add to the overall charm of the cards. Get a pile of these and keep the leftover pieces too - they can be used to create a collage.