Who wouldnt love to receive a hand made card in the mail just for fun? Thoughtful handmade cards are the best. The children can be creative, unique and have some fun putting their own ideas together. I laid out a bunch of supplies they could choose from and let them begin.
Items we used:
- Scrapbook Paper
- Construction Paper
Again, I didn’t have to buy anything for this activity since we had it all on hand 😀
The children worked on their cards for almost 2 hours, of course we had to throw in a snack break 😉 They put a lot of thought and work into them.
Canna wanted to make one for her Grandma Carole that was on vacation in Mexico.
Landon made one for his Grandma Joanne in Utah.
Not sure why I got the evil eye, but Linzey made one for her friend Autumn.
I know when people write me a letters or make me a cards it means a lot because it came from their heart.
That brings me to a question, do you make your own cards or buy them at the store?
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