Children of all ages will be filled with Christmas joy and the holiday spirit by creating the following kid-friendly Christmas cards, holiday invitations and printables listed below.
A computer, Internet connection, printer and various paper products are required to complete these family friendly projects. No special materials are needed
- All Things Christmas Cards – Create a personalized gingerbread card in this Christmas ecard from AllThingsChristmas.com. Choose from 3 different gingerbread designs and decorate with a variety of icing and toppings. Create a personalized message and email to friends, family and loved ones. Click on “cards” and “press to create” to begin. Looks real enough to eat!
- Family Crafts Snowman Card – Use this Snowman Card from FamilyCrafts.com as a party invitation or Christmas card for children. Right click the image and print or save to the computer hard drive. Print on a full sheet of paper, fold on dotted lines, and trim the edges. Envelope is included
- Activity Village Christmas Cards to Color – 8 colorable Christmas cards for children are available from ActivityVillage.co.uk. Requires A4, card stock or regular paper and fold once. Color with crayons, colored pencils or markers to personalize.
- Bethany Roberts Christmas Card – BethanyRoberts.com offers this cute Christmas mouse holiday greeting card.
- Print Free Printable Christmas Coloring Cards – Six different coloring Christmas cards are available at PrintFree.com. To make, customize, print and color in the outlined area. Some cards offer matching envelopes or matching gift tags.
- Activity Village Christmas Mini Cards – This Christmas card project from ActivityVillage.co.uk includes a variety of holiday designs and sizes. To make, print, cut along solid lines and fold. Adobe Acrobat is required.
- Hewlett Packard Decorate–It-Yourself Sticker Card – This customizable Christmas card project from HP is sure to be a big hit with both children and adults. To make, print the Christmas tree card on heavyweight paper. Next, print the tree decorations stickers on Avery Full Sheet Labels #8165. Personalize each card by placing a few stickers on each Christmas tree card.
- Family Fun Christmas Letter to Santa – This is an adorable Christmas project for children or those older folks who still believe. Print on card stock or heavy paper, cut along the solid black line, and fold in half. Glue the postcard together and write a personalized message to Santa on the lines provided. Leave the card for Santa on Christmas Eve along with his milk and cookies or mail. Adobe Acrobat is required (free download).
- Billy Bear 4 Kids Santa’s Autograph – This printable card from BillyBear4Kids.com is signed by Santa himself! To make, type the child’s name into the box provided and click the “send request to Santa” button. In a matter of moments, a 4 x 6 autographed photo addressed to the child appears. Active X is required.
- Family Fun Go Christmas Thank You Cards – To make these holiday thank you cards from FamilyFunGo.com , print on heavy paper or card stock. These colorful cards are printed two cards per sheet. Adobe Acrobat required(free download).
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- Activity Village Rudolph or Santa Poster Notes – Another fun printable holiday project for children from ActivityVillage.co.uk. Make naughty or nice lists or simple to-do lists. Adobe Acrobat required (free download).
- Activity Village Christmas Writing Paper – There are 4 different designs of lined papers available for children at ActivityVillage.co.uk. Great for writing those memorable letters to Santa or hopeful Christmas wish lists to parents or grandparents! Click on the image and print. Adobe Acrobat required (free download).
- Christmas Is Coming Santa Train Paper – This project from ChristmasIsComing. com offers lined paper for younger children. Great for writing those special letters to Mr. Claus. Adobe Acrobat is required (free download).
- Kids Turn Central Christmas Invitations – 12 different holiday invitation designs are available at KidsTurnCentral.com. To make, simply print and fold. One invitation is printed per sheet of paper.
- Kids Turn Central Christmas Coupons – Learn the gift of giving with these Christmas coupons from KidsTurnCentral. 8 different coupon designs are available, including “Good for one free hug”, “Good for One Dog Walking” and more. These coupons make great stocking stuffers.
- Billy Bear 4 Kids Online Christmas Stationary – This printable Christmas stationary activity from BillyBear4Kids.com is a personalized project. Type in the current year, select background, and print. Matching envelopes also available. Requires Active X(free download).
- Hewlett Packard Editable Train – To make this printable, write a personalized holiday greeting. Next, use heavy weight paper or card stock and print outside of the card first with inside facing up. Allow to completely dry and return printed paper to printer with printed side up. Next, print page 2 and fold when dry. Adobe Acrobat Reader is required (free download).
Children will learn the extraordinary gift of giving by creating the many entertaining and free Christmas printable projects listed above, without having to spend any money.