Christmas and Holiday Cards - Free Printable Coloring Cards

Guest Post by Delzin

Printable art you can color with kids is a fun art and craft project this holiday season.

Have your child color a ‘I’ve been nice’ card and stuff it in a cute Santa envelope to send off to doting grandparents or to Santa himself! Then get busy coloring a ‘happy holidays’ card, slide it into a cozy snowman envelope and send it off to friends and family!

A fun engaging activity for preschoolers, kindergarten and school kids.





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MATERIALS:

Crayons | Colored Pencils | Paint

Scissors

Glue


INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Download the 4 files (The printable artworks are print-ready PDF files) and print the files on regular paper. There are two card designs and two envelope designs. --> Get free template by subscribing at the end of the post


2. Color in the artwork as you would like.


3. Cut along the dotted lines.


4. For the cards: Score the card down the middle and fold.


5. For the envelopes: Cut along the outside edge and score the inside folds. Glue to stick the folds in.



6. Write the card with your little one and make some memories! 😊



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Delzin is an illustrator and animator who runs Crispy Doodles, an illustration studio in California. She enjoys making art for little children. To find the perfect gift for those little-loves in your life, visit her growing store on ETSY. If you’d like to be further enthralled, visit her website or connect with her on Facebook, Instagram or Pinterest.
Delzin seeks out joy and beauty in every situation. A life-long student of the Arts, she studied animation at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, California, where she happily enlivened the screen and page with delightful little productions. After becoming a mom to two spirited and soulful-little living-masterpieces, she spends her days awakening and tempering their five senses in equal proportion and running her small business. Remember to SHOP SMALL this holiday season. Small businesses are counting on you for your support and encouragement.


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