Fingerprint Lights Christmas Card

Are you looking for easy homemade Christmas greeting card ideas for toddlers and preschool kids? This adorable fingerprint card is perfect for the little ones. Your child's fingerprint lights on the card will make the xmas card even more special for your loved ones.

Fingerprint and handprint crafts always make for a wonderful keepsake and they're super easy to make. So, go ahead and get creative with your Christmas light designs and colors of light bulbs on the card. Kids will love stamping their little fingers on the card and feel proud with the end result.

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how to make fingerprint xmas greeting card?

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HOW TO MAKE FINGERPRINT CHRISTMAS CARD?


Supplies needed to make fingerprint Christmas light card

Cardstock Papers
Washable Finger Paints
Black Marker
Paint Brush
Scissor

Steps to make fingerprint Christmas card

Step 1: Cut an A4 size cardstock into half and fold it from the middle.


Step 2: Using a black marker, draw the wire for lights. It's time for you or your child to get creative with their design.

Step 3: To make the colorful light bulbs, have your child dip their finger in washable paints and stamp along the black line. You can also mark points along the line where your child can put their fingerprint so that they're uniformly spaced out.

Step 4: After fingerprints dries, add a small white paint accent on the lights using a paint brush.

simple xmas greeting card for toddlers and preschoolers

Step 5: Let your child personalize the card with Merry Christmas greetings for family and friends.



Your cute fingerprint Christmas lights card is ready!


Looking for more quick and easy handmade card ideas for kids? Check out our collection of 25+ SIMPLE CHRISTMAS CARDS FOR KIDS


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