Homemade Calendar 2010 - An Easy Christmas Craft Idea, suitable for kids or adults!
Many of us love the idea of getting involved in making homemade decorations but have no experience in Arts and Crafts! A Homemade Calendar 2010 is a suitable Christmas Craft for preschool kids, Kindergarten kids, preschool, and elementary school kids - teenagers and adults might also like to join in the fun! Make free, easy, simple crafts with things found around the home. This idea for a Homemade Calendar 2010 has free, easy simple to make instructions.
Materials required to make the Homemade Calendar 2010
The materials required to make the Homemade Calendar 2010 are as follows:
Glue / Gum
Instructions to make the Homemade Calendar 2010
The instructions to make the Homemade Calendar 2010 are as follows:
Print off the blank calendar pages (ideally on card).
Attach photos to each month, write a personal message or get the children to draw a picture.
Staple or glue the pages together.
Click on the following links for free printable templates for your 2010 Homemade Calendar. It will make a really personal gift for friends and family. A free 12 month calendar that you can type on - add personal messages for each month in 2010!
Hints and Tips about Christmas Crafts
With a basic stock of materials and supplies together with our ideas with free, easy and simple instructions you can embark on really easy craft projects for kids such as the Homemade Calendar 2010. Our Hints and Tips about Christmas Crafts are as follows:
Collect bits of cardboard, pinecones, shiny stuff like foil or candy wrappings, old greetings cards, pretty paper, scraps of fabric and cartons and containers
Ensure the following equipment is available:
Sharp scissors (to be used under supervision)
Adhesives, tape and glues
Pens, pencils, paint, markers and crayons
Glitter and sequins
Pieces of ribbons
Give the Homemade Calendar 2010 as a Christmas Gift
Make this free homemade gift for a family member and give the Homemade Calendar 2010 as a personalized Christmas Gift. Personalized Homemade gifts, especially from children are treasured for years and valued more than gifts simply purchased in a store!