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These Christmas button cards are so easy to make! You only need a few supplies to make them and they’re so simple that even a toddler can make them.
There are five designs to choose from or you can come up with your own!
Create a button Christmas tree, snowman, Rudolph, Wreath or ornaments. Don’t forget to write a special message or simply put “Merry Christmas” inside.
Supplies Needed to Make Christmas Button Cards
You only need a few supplies to make these five Christmas cards!
- Cardstock Red, White, Green and Black
- Buttons in various colors
- Thin red ribbon
- Extra-Strong Glue or Glue Dots
Directions to Make Christmas Button Cards
First, fold card stock in half to create the cards.
Christmas Tree Button Card:
1. Glue green buttons in the shape of a tree onto your card.
2. Add 1 brown button to the bottom of the tree for the tree stump.
3. Glue a yellow button to the top.
Rudolph Button Card:
1. Glue a large, red button to the card.
2. Use a black marker to draw eyes and antlers.
Snowman Button Card:
1. Glue three white buttons to the card to form a snowman.
2. Cut out a hat from black cardstock and glue to the top of the snowman.
3. Add a thin ribbon as a scarf.
1. Glue colorful buttons to the card to create ornaments.
2. Using a ruler, draw a line from each button up to the top of the card.
3. Draw a half-circle at the top of the button and draw a bow onto the “string” to complete the ornamen.
For the final button card, make a wreath out of small buttons and a thin ribbon.
1. Start by drawing a circle.
2. Glue buttons to the circle. Work your way around with alternating red, white, and green buttons.
3. Glue a thin ribbon to the wreath.
Write a greeting on the front or on the inside of the cards.
Your Christmas Button Cards are completed! Which one is your favorite?
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