The printable Santa card template comes in B/W for you to either trace around or colour in and also in full colour too. The colour version comes with 8 different multicultural skin colours to choose from.
Please note the photographs show Santa cards made with the addition of wiggle eyes and pompom noses but the template does include paper eyes and noses if you prefer.
(Post and printable updated 30/6/20, there is a small charge.)
It’s always lovely to receive handmade greeting cards and gifts isn’t it? I prefer them to shop bought any day! So pick up your Santa card pattern and have fun getting creative. These handmade Santa cards are sure to delight everyone lucky enough to receive them.
Take a peek at our favourite Santa craft ideas too. Readers love our Trim Santa’s Beard craft which is a fun way for kids to practice their scissor skills. Santa Finger Puppets are great for encouraging imaginative play and story telling. If you’re looking for a Santa card idea for tiny tots Mum In The Madhouse has a cute 5 Minute Santa Hat Card you might like.
Easy Santa Christmas Cards Craft Tutorial
Supplies To Make Santa Claus Cards:
- Santa Card Template
- Marker Pen
- Optional : Glitter Tape, Red Pompom, Wiggle Eyes
How To Make Easy Santa Christmas Cards
1 – Download and print the Santa Christmas Card Template.
2 – Either colour the pieces in and then cut them, trace around them onto coloured card and cut them out or use the ready coloured Santa card template. You’ll have a red round body and triangle hat. Black mittens, boots and belt. A white beard, pom pom, hat, mitten and boot trims. A a semicircle skin coloured face.
3 – Snip all around the edge of the large white semi circle to give texture to Santa’s beard.
4 – Glue on Santa’s face, red hat and white hat trim.
5 – Fold the round body pieces in half to make a card that opens and shuts with the hinge at the top. Glue Santa’s head at the top.
6 – Glue on Santa’s black belt and trim off any excess.
7 – Glue on Santa’s mittens, boots and their white trim. Add the white pom pom to Santa’s hat.
8 – Either draw on Santa’s face, use wiggle eyes and a red pompom nose or glue on the paper eyes and nose from the template.
9 – Glue on Santa’s belt buckle. We made one from sparkly gold tape but there is a yellow one on the coloured template if you prefer.
10 – Finish off your Santa Christmas Cards by opening them up and writing your greeting inside.
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