Christmas is the perfect excuse to indulge in some festive paper crafting using seasonal coloured card! This is the time to go all out and make homes sparkle with Christmas cheer. We have included four of our favourite paper decoration ideas which will make Father Christmas Ho Ho Ho with delight. So, get your coloured card, scissors and tools at the ready, it’s time to get crafting!
Top 4 Festive Decorations to make with Coloured Card
4. Paper Ball Ornament
Paper ball ornaments are made using nothing more than some shiny coloured paper or card – this is exactly the reason why it has made our list! Make all manner of shapes, sizes and designs to suit your theme or level of paper crafting expertise. Plus, who says you have to hang them from the Christmas tree?
3. Christmas Bunting
Deck the halls with lots of bunting! Here at PaperCutz, we like how creative you can be with bunting. We have made plenty of bunting designs in our lifetime but we especially like cutting out animal shapes, introducing letters into designs as well as integrating 3D slotting card elements into our works of hanging art.
It might not be snowing outside but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a white Christmas! The best fact about paper snowflakes is that you can use them anywhere to decorate your home. Attach a piece of string to proudly hang them from the ceiling, stick them to on your windows to create a dazzling spectacle or add a dusting of paper snowflakes to the table during your Christmas dinner. We also love all the spontaneous designs you can create too!
1. Homemade Advent Calendar
Even though they are not originally considered a decoration, that doesn’t mean your homemade creation can’t be. Check out some of the fabulous examples we found and how you can make the standard advent calender so much more!
And there you have it — four unique, hand-crafted decoration ideas you can make for your home this Christmas, using nothing more than some coloured card, patterned paper, glue, ribbons, scissors and possibly some paper and sequins or glitter to decorate!
What will you be making this year for your Christmas decorations?