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Snowman Christmas Card

If you need the easiest snowman Christmas card ideas, here they are.

It’s not really that simple. oh boy so cute!

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We’ve already shared with you some cool 3D snowman pop-up cards, but these can be a little tricky to make for the little ones. On the other hand, this card couldn’t be simpler.

It’s easy to make for toddlers and can be fun for older kids and kids alike. A win for all ages.

When making handmade Christmas cards, I like to make as many different cards as possible and it’s more fun to do so.

This snowman Christmas card is perfect for running out of all your scrap paper (especially the nicely patterned scrap paper you’re saving). Or even ribbons to make it look more festive.

Let’s make this Christmas card.

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How to make a snowman Christmas card?

Things you need

  • Thick letter or A4 size printing paper or construction paper (store-bought blank card stands will of course work well)
  • Waste paper, as many colors as possible (or ribbons)
  • Orange paper or orange marker
  • black marker
  • scissors
  • glue

Always welcome for sparkling festive accents.

Watch the video tutorial

Or just follow this step-by-step guide.

How to make a basemap from plain paper? For small children, we recommend folding an A4 or Letter size paper in half.

For small cards, fold the paper in half and cut it in half. Fold in half and fold well.

Cut out pieces of colored paper.

Glue it somewhere in the middle of the card.
Cut off excess.

Glue another piece of paper to the first one to get the “true” scarf look.

Cut off excess paper.

Draw the eyes, mouth and buttons with black felt-tip pens.

You can also glue them with glue dots using real buttons.

Cut a carrot shape out of orange paper and stick it on a card or draw with an orange marker.

A very simple snowman Christmas card is ready.

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Snowman Christmas Card

If you need the simplest ever snowman Christmas card idea, this one is it.
It really can’t get simpler than this and oh boy is it a cute one!

*this post contains an affiliate links*
We already shared a pretty cool 3D snowman pop up card with you, but that one might have been a bit tricky for younger kids to make. This card on the other hand could not be simpler.
It’s easy enough for even toddlers to make and fancy looking enough for older kids and kids at heart to make too. A win for all ages to make.
When it comes to making homemade Christmas cards, I like to make as many different ones as possible, as well it’s more fun this way.
This snowman Christmas card is perfect one to use up all of your scrap paper (especially the nicely patterned scrap scrapbook paper you are probably saving). Or even ribbon to make it look even more festive.
Let’s make this Christmas card.

How to Make a Snowman Christmas Card
What you need
sheet of letter sized or A4 sized heavier print paper or construction paper (store bought blank card bases work fine too, naturally)
scrap paper, as many colors as possible (or ribbons)
orange paper or orange marker
black marker
scissors
glue
Glitter always welcome for festive accents.
Watch the Video Tutorial

Or Follow These Step by Step Instructions
How to make a base card out of regular paper? For younger kids, folding a A4 sized or letter sized paper in half will work out just fine – larger surface will make it easier for them to work on.
For smaller cards, fold a sheet of paper in half and cut it to two halves. Fold in half and crease well.
Cut a strip of colorful paper.
Glue it on the card, somewhere in the middle.
Cut out the excess.
Glue another strip of paper on the first one, to get the “authentic” scarf look.
Trim away the excess paper.
With black marker, draw eyes, mouth and buttons.
You could also use real buttons and glue them on with glue dots.
Cut a carrot shape out of orange paper and glue it on the card or draw it with an orange marker.
All done, your super simple snowman Christmas card is finished.

Unlock VIP Printables – Become a Member

Become a member of Easy Peasy and Fun membership and gain access to our exclusive craft templates and educational printables. With brand new resources added on weekly basis you will never run out of fun things to make with your kids (either as a parent or as a teacher).

#Snowman #Christmas #Card

Snowman Christmas Card

If you need the simplest ever snowman Christmas card idea, this one is it.
It really can’t get simpler than this and oh boy is it a cute one!

*this post contains an affiliate links*
We already shared a pretty cool 3D snowman pop up card with you, but that one might have been a bit tricky for younger kids to make. This card on the other hand could not be simpler.
It’s easy enough for even toddlers to make and fancy looking enough for older kids and kids at heart to make too. A win for all ages to make.
When it comes to making homemade Christmas cards, I like to make as many different ones as possible, as well it’s more fun this way.
This snowman Christmas card is perfect one to use up all of your scrap paper (especially the nicely patterned scrap scrapbook paper you are probably saving). Or even ribbon to make it look even more festive.
Let’s make this Christmas card.

How to Make a Snowman Christmas Card
What you need
sheet of letter sized or A4 sized heavier print paper or construction paper (store bought blank card bases work fine too, naturally)
scrap paper, as many colors as possible (or ribbons)
orange paper or orange marker
black marker
scissors
glue
Glitter always welcome for festive accents.
Watch the Video Tutorial

Or Follow These Step by Step Instructions
How to make a base card out of regular paper? For younger kids, folding a A4 sized or letter sized paper in half will work out just fine – larger surface will make it easier for them to work on.
For smaller cards, fold a sheet of paper in half and cut it to two halves. Fold in half and crease well.
Cut a strip of colorful paper.
Glue it on the card, somewhere in the middle.
Cut out the excess.
Glue another strip of paper on the first one, to get the “authentic” scarf look.
Trim away the excess paper.
With black marker, draw eyes, mouth and buttons.
You could also use real buttons and glue them on with glue dots.
Cut a carrot shape out of orange paper and glue it on the card or draw it with an orange marker.
All done, your super simple snowman Christmas card is finished.

Unlock VIP Printables – Become a Member

Become a member of Easy Peasy and Fun membership and gain access to our exclusive craft templates and educational printables. With brand new resources added on weekly basis you will never run out of fun things to make with your kids (either as a parent or as a teacher).

#Snowman #Christmas #Card


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