Color-Your-Own Christmas Cards: 30 Cards & Envelopes to Color, Including 5 Pop-Out Ornaments

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Color-Your-Own Christmas Cards: 30 Cards & Envelopes to Color, Including 5 Pop-Out Ornaments

Color-Your-Own Christmas Cards: 30 Cards & Envelopes to Color, Including 5 Pop-Out Ornaments

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As always, these free Christmas cards to color are for personal use only. Any altering or distribution is not allowed without written permission first. Thank you. Use these colour in Christmas Card ideas for EYFS to help you and your young children get excited for Christmas. As painters we often look towards designing our own greetings cards for family and special friends, especially at this season when they are welcomed with delight as a personal greeting. If you’re like us, then you know that making your own holiday cards with an elaborate craft activity is just not going to happen this year as much as you want it to. Yet you still really want to make some fun holiday cards with a personalized touch. Some areas showed white so I dropped clear water on these places, before feeding in dilute perylene green then adding more pigment until I achieved the depth of tone I required. I allowed my brushstrokes to follow the contours to emphasise shape and form.

If your kids are anything like mine, they love to colour! And for kids who love to colour, these Christmas colouring cards can provide a relaxing way to spend the afternoon during the busy holiday season. Similarly, teachers may find them a great mindfulness tool in the classroom – some quiet colouring paired with a few Christmas tunes or even a kids Christmas movie treat.We also have plenty more Christmas Card ideas for EYFS children to have fun with, take a look below to see what else we have to offer: Its single-fold design means that it doesn’t take much effort to make this either, all you need to do is add your own unique message inside of the card. Although if that’s just ‘season’s greetings’ or ‘happy holidays’ that’s good by us. Have a holly, jolly time coloring, creating, and sharing your DIY Christmas cards with your loved ones. I love seeing you print and use these files, so please do share it with me on social media. I love hearing from you all!

The PDF file for this card has two Christmas card templates in it, this is to make sure that you get the right size for your printer and that the card is able to fold properly once you have colored it in. Initially I laid a dilute wash of perylene green, but while still damp, dropped in stronger pigment to give the shape and tone of the leaf. With a stipple action I added deeper colour to define the hollows and the veins to the slightly irregular surface. This paper responds well to the wet-in-wet technique, which gives the gradation of tone on the curved surface between the lateral veins. Initially I used a No. 6 brush for the washes then reduced the size down to a No. 3 for the remainder of the life-size painting. Kids of all ages (and adults!) love coloring and these free printable coloring cards make it easy to send the perfect Christmas message to loved ones, near and far. If you're looking for a Nativity-themed colouring resource, use these Nativity Christmas Mindfulness Colouring sheets. They could make for a fun activity to do in an RE lesson to support your teaching on the Nativity story. Children will relish the chance to unleash their creativity with some brand-new EYFS Christmas card ideas!They’ll be able to channel all that Christmas excitement and energy into their card-making work, producing beautiful, heart-felt gifts. Now, without further ado, here are some delightful free printables for you and your mini-artists to enjoy: 1. Cozy Christmas Greetings This 3D nativity scene craft has been really popular in our home with my daughter and her friends making their own versions and this would also be a great one to display. Giving a Christmas greeting card that you’ve made yourself is a great way to show someone that you care and I’m sure you can think of lots of family members or friends that would love to receive this from your child. These EYFS Christmas card ideas can be used as lovely keepsakes for children and their families to share, or to hang up as a classroom display. It’ll encourage children to engage with their learning environment and create a more comforting and homely feel to the classroom during Christmastime. Knowing that their cards will be showcased for others to see will fill them with pride and confidence.

For a mindful Christmas moment, try these Christmas-Themed Mindfulness Colouring Pictures. Christmas is the ideal time to be mindful and to have fun. Once they're finished, children can give them as a gift to their family or friends. They would also look gorgeous as part of your classroom or home Christmas decorations! It’s that time of year again when the festive spirit is in the air, and we all know what that means – it’s time to spread some holiday cheer with DIY Christmas cards! If you’ve got kids buzzing with excitement, why not get them involved in the holiday craft action? I’ve got just the thing for you: free printable Christmas cards for kids to color in!

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These fun coloring Christmas cards are blank inside so that you can write your own message. The great reason to make your own Christmas cards is that you can say exactly what you want. By having a go at these printable Christmas cards, children can practise a variety of skills. They can put their creative skills to the test by planning out what the cards will look like and what colours they want to use. Will all the baubles be the same colour? Will their Christmas tree decorations follow a colour story or will they be a vivid mix of various colours? This image in watercolour was designed specifically as a card and was painted on Arches 140lb NOT paper to the actual plant size, but was reduced in reproduction to 7x5in. (18x12.5cm). I used the same painting techniques as in the other examples you see here. Note the variety of greens on the leaves, varying as they twist and turn in the light. The highlights on the shiny berries catch the light as their position on the stalk changes.

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