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Work-in-Progress Wednesday: DIY Christmas Cards for the Classroom

DIY Christmas Cards for the Classroom | Making the Most Blog

Welcome to another Work-in-Progress Wednesday!

DIY Christmas Cards for the Classroom | Making the Most Blog

Today, Princess Anna and I were working on her Christmas cards for school.  I don’t know about you, but I always feel guilty when the kids bring home cards from most of the other kids when we didn’t send any.  So here I am making our own.  Because (I think) it’s cheaper.  You just need some cardstock; some printer paper; some glue or double-sided tape; some crayons, markers, or colored pencils; and of course ink in your printer.  Unless of course you want to draw everything by hand, in which case…more power to you!  But I’m not that patient.

Instead, I went ahead and found these Olaf printable sheets online (I forget where…oops…) and you can find some good greeting card sentiments on Pinterest.  Place them in a word processing document, copy and paste enough for the class, and print.  Cut them out and glue them onto 3×6 sheets of cardstock folded in half.  Princess Anna was all for coloring in Olaf.

She did five and needed a break.  lol.  That’s why it’s a Work-in-Progress Wednesday!

Otherwise, I’m working on Prince Charming’s website, trying to get some housework done, work, and thinking about church tonight.

What are you working on today?

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