Updated: Nov 25, 2019
For the past couple of years, we have been making our own unique, clever and special holiday cards to give to our family and friends. Instead of store-bought or family photo greeting cards, we use the kids' artistic skills to create them.
Every year our school brings in a Watercolour Artist, Marianne Woolley, to do a Holiday Theme watercolour workshop with the kids. When my son was in Grade 1, I scanned his painting in, as well as a drawing that my daughter did at home and made them into cards, by adding a greeting on the inside.
We printed them out on cardstock, folded them up and that was it!
They were thoughtful and touching because each of our recipients got a hand-drawn art piece by our kids.
We did the same thing last year, and plan on doing it again this year.
This card was made from a pastel art project also done at school.
Try turning your kid's art into your holiday card this year and share their lovely drawings with us!