Fingerprint Christmas Tree Templates

So, what are your thoughts about getting ready for Christmas? I’ve always refused to do so before Thanksgiving, but honestly, I’ve found myself feeling the itch way early this year. {Don’t worry, though, there will still be plenty of Thanksgiving content going out this month 🙂 }

So yes, here’s my first new Christmas post of the season! I know that a lot of you do like to prepare early – and if it really is too early for your taste, just pin the post and come back to it when you’re ready 🙂

These printable Fingerprint Christmas Tree Templates are perfect for making Christmas cards with kids of all ages.

Would you like to make simple Christmas cards with your kids? Use my printable Christmas tree templates to make it super easy for kids of all ages!

(E was 5 years and 11 months old.)

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5-year-old E and I made these cards together. As usual, she had her own ideas on how to do this craft, and all of our cards turned out very differently but absolutely beautifully!

Go on over to Fun Handprint Art Blog right now to read all about it, see the pictures, and download the templates!

Looking for other simple Christmas activities? Try these!

Handprint Snowmen Christmas Ornaments

Color Your Own Printable Christmas Ornaments

Christmas Surprise in a Muffin Tin

Baby Play with Peekaboo Christmas Lights

Surprise Christmas Color Eruptions by Mom Inspired Life

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