BAM Family

BAM Family

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Creative Christmas Cards

I have a confession to make--I throw away the majority of the artwork that the boys make. For a while I saved it all, but the projects that they made at home, Sunday School, and preschool started taking over. So, I started pitching papers as soon as they came in the door.

Not all though.

I have saved (a lot, actually) of the painting projects they have done over the past year because I wanted to use their art to make some note cards to give as Christmas gifts.

I bought some blank cards with envelopes at Michaels and then cut out portions of their pictures to showcase on the front of the card.  I just used a glue stick to glue them on and then "signed" the boys' artwork with "M&B 2010"

I love how they turned out! Plus, I was able to use their artwork in a really creative and special way. I think the grandparents, my grandmother, and the boys' teachers will love the cards (Rhonda, you must forget that you will be getting this for Christmas!)

Here is just a sample of the cards I made.





2 comments:

Christina said...

You're brilliant! Great idea! I will have to copy this for some other holiday. I still have way to many things left to make for Christmas!

Brittany @ The Rollins World said...

Super cute idea! I've heard of using the artwork as wrapping paper, but hadn't even thought of turning it into a card. One of the Meng cousins used the hand print of her daughter for some cards that turned out cute too. So many cute, crafty ideas, so little time!

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