|Today we have made these easy Glittery Christmas Tree Cards and it was another art activity excellent for developing fine motor skills with squishing glitter glue tubes to get the glue out and on the paper.When it comes to glitter, I prefer it contained! How about you?
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Today we used only one art supply along to cardstock for a card: glitter glue pens.
If you have a toddler or younger preschooler, you might like to start by making a tree outline with green glitter glue pen. Then they can have fun using different colors to “decorate” a Christmas tree. Let them play around and add how much they want. Try to offer a second paper if they are unwilling to stop once it looks finished. I have this happening with toddler all the time when she likes an activity we are doing! Set aside for glue to dry and you’re done!
Few more Christmas cards you could try creating with your child:
- Leaf print Christmas tree cards by Stay at Home Life
- Leaf rubbing Christmas tree card by True Aim Education
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