A super cute and adorable simple DIY Handprint Buttons Christmas Tree Card to make with kids as a holiday craft to share with friends and family or to treasure as a keepsake. (Free Merry Christmas Calligraphy Template Printable.)
For a beautiful handmade card idea, grab some green construction paper and buttons to make a lovely Handprint Buttons Christmas Tree Card. Besides, you can gift them to friends, or teachers, save them as a keepsake, or put a card in a frame to display for the holidays!
Here are some cute tree-themed writings you can use:
- Have a Tree-mendous Holiday!
- Hope Your X-Mas is Tree-Mendous!
- Hope your Christmas is Tree-Lightful!
Supplies for a Handprint Christmas Tree Card
- white cardstock
- green and brown construction paper
- a marker
- *To make a star: see Bubble Wrap Tree Craft
- a glue stick
- a hot glue gun or craft tape
First, trace your child’s hand on the green cardstock. Then cut it out.
Next, fold a piece of white card stock in half vertically.
Glue the handprint to the front of the card. (Make sure to leave space for writing. Download the free “Merry Christmas” Calligraphy Template below.)
Now, using glue tape or a hot glue gun, secure buttons to the handprint to resemble ornaments.
After that, grab brown cardstock and cut out a rectangular tree trunk shape and glue it to the bottom.
To Make A Star
On how to make a star, see Christmas Tree Bubble Wrap Card below.
Have you tried making a Handprint Buttons Christmas Tree Card? Leave a comment if you did!
For Christmas Holiday Card Crafts
On how to make a star, see here Christmas Tree Bubble Wrap Printing Kids Holiday Craft Card.
For More Craft-Sticks Frames Ornaments
See here Santa Picture-Frame Ornament Craft
For More Christmas Crafts
See here Festive Wreath Christmas Paper Craft for Kids.
For Christmas DIYs
See here DIY Homemade Christmas Snow Globe.
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