A new craft every day
Making friends websites Making Friends Girl Scout Leader Badge in a Bag Scout Swaps Patch Fun Making enemies

Kwanzaa Card

Kids can celebrate their African heritage during the week of Kwanzaa, December 26 to January 1, by making this colorful Kwanzaa card. Pair bright cardstock with your favorite Kwanzaa symbols and sayings!

Supplies

Aleene’s® Crystal Clear Tacky Spray™
Newspaper
Textured cardstock - orange, red
Scrapbook tissue paper - yellow
Cardstock - green
Printed Kwanzaa symbols and words
Sharpie - black
Blank cards and envelopes - cream
Plastic tablecloth
Scissors

Instructions

Cover work surface with plastic tablecloth.

Spread newspaper out where spraying will occur to protect from overspray.

Cut a piece of red cardstock that is slightly smaller than the face of the cream card. Refer to photo. Spray back of red cardstock with Aleene’s® Crystal Clear Tacky SprayTM and press onto front of cream card.

Cut a piece of yellow scrapbook tissue paper that is slightly smaller than the red cardstock piece on front of card. Spray back of yellow tissue paper with Crystal Clear Tacky SprayTM and press onto center of red cardstock on card. Refer to photo.

Cut three strips of textured orange cardstock and position over top, middle and bottom of yellow tissue paper on card. Adhere with Crystal Clear Tacky SprayTM.

Click on Printables and referring to your printed Kwanzaa symbols and words, draw your favorites onto green cardstock with the black Sharpie. Cut them out and adhere to orange strips on front of card with Crystal Clear Tacky SprayTM. Refer to photo.

Follow these steps to create a whole set of cards and/or invites!

This project is reprinted courtesy of I Love To Create.

Listed under:

Cards to Make, Early Elementary Craft, Kwanzaa Crafts

Tagged as:

,

What do you think?

Image of Kwanzaa Card

Contributor

Image of ILoveToCreate.com
ILoveToCreate.com

Where you can explore and share, crafters can play and artists can grow!

Patterns, Templates and Printables

Click on a pattern to open it in a new window

kwanzza_symbols

You might also be interested in

Google+