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This is a lovely little project that children from around 5 years and up can do independently, provided you have helped them set up.


Material

  • 1 white piece of cardboard, folded in half
  • 1 fairy picture
  • 1 piece of patterned cardboard or paper

Method

  1. Fold white cardboard in half.
  2. Paste the patterned paper or card on top.
  3. Cut out the fairy and paste on top.
  4. If you have glitter glue or diamond stickers, you can add them as embellishments afterwards.

Notes... Recycle old cards, favourite pictures or postcards into home made cards during the holidays.



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    • 05 Oct 2016
      2:59 pm

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  • My kids always cut up old birthday, Christmas and Easter cards to create new ones. Such a crafty way to recycle and family members loved tgem

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  • We do this for gift tags

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  • This could be played around with so many different variations. like it.

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  • Lovely idea to make cards more personal.

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  • This is a brilliant idea to save money and get really creative with your child. Look gorgeous.

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  • Beautiful and simple. I love receiving home made cards.

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  • Love homemade cards and the fairy looks amazing thanks for sharing

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  • You could hang them on the Christmas Tree


    • They would be great for invitations too

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  • Great way to recycle old cards to make a unique homemade card. Lovely project. Thank you.

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  • A beautiful project, thanks.

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  • Thus looks so good. And you’re right, it’s an ideal project for the kids to do, they’ll love it

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  • I have so many old cards laying around this would be a great use for them! Thanks for sharing. :-)

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  • homemade is best. Nice work.

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  • I always feel special when Given a homemade card. Lovely idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Nice card – we love making homemade cards.

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