Sunday, November 27, 2016

Christmas Cards

Here is a tutorial for Christmas Cards, made by my 5 years old granddaughter! 
What you need: 
paper for the cards 
glue stick 
Hier ist eine Anleitung für Weihnachtskarten, gemacht von meiner 5-jährigen Enkelin! 
Was man braucht: 
Papier für die Karten 
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Cut out a fir and a star and 2 cards. 
Eine Tanne und einen Stern und 2 Karten ausschneiden. 
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Glue the fir and the star on the cards. 
Tanne und Stern auf die Karten kleben. 
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Pierce a few holes with a big needle beside the edges. 
Mit einer dicken Nadel einige Löcher neben die Ränder stechen. 
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Thread the wool into the needle and make a few knots at the end of the wool. 
Die Wolle in die Nadel fädeln, und am Ende der Wolle mehrere Knoten machen.
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Pull the needle through one of the holes, begin at the inside of the card. And pull some beads on the wool before you pull the needle through the next hole.
Die Nadel durch eines der Löcher stechen, auf der Innenseite der Karte beginnend. Und einige Perlen aufziehen, bevor die Nadel durch das nächste Loch gestochen wird. 
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Make a few knots at the end of the wool on the inside of the card. 
Auf der Innenseite der Karte einige Knoten ans Ende der Wolle machen. 
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And it's done! 
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  1. These are beautiful - very talented grand-daughter! Thanks for sharing on the Pleasures of the NW's DIY party!

  2. Love it! I need to do this more with my girls! They love crafts!

  3. So simple and so pretty, what a great idea.
    I wonder if you'd like to share over at the Handmade Monday link party some time, we'd love to have you join us if you'd like to.

    1. So pleased you were able to join us, thanks so much, I hope to see you again next week.

  4. Great ideas for children to share their creativity at the holidays.
    Thanks for sharing at

  5. A good idea to keep the children quiet and love to see them craft

  6. Such a great idea for the kids table or to keep them entertained on a snow day. Love it! Thanks for sharing this with us at the DI & DI Link party. We enjoyed having you. Have a great day!

  7. How beautiful!! Handmade cards are my favorite!
    2 uses tuesday

  8. She did a wonderful job and this is a good activity to keep the little ones busy. Thank you for sharing with us this week at Celebrate Your Story link party and have a great weekend.

  9. That little bit of beading really makes it pop! I'll have to remember this when making cards! Thanks for sharing at the Waste Less Wednesday Blog Hop!

  10. Aww...these are so cute!

    I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks:

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

  11. It's so fun to be creative with your kids making cards. Something about working with colored paper and markers that take you back to your childhood, don't you think? Thanks for sharing with us at the Funtastic Friday Blog Hop!

  12. These cards are beautiful! What a fun way for kids to make Christmas cards for family and friends!


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