Jackie Park lives in Beijing with her two kids and husband. Find her on her blog, and this original post, at bringinguptheparks.com (VPN required). We suggest finding the materials you need for these cards by setting up the English-language Baopals for shopping on Taobao.
I’m planning to send out our Christmas cards by mid-next week, and I wanted to make it extra special. Now that we have kids, I wanted them to personalize their cards. Because isn’t it more touching that way?
So while I was scouring the net for these little nuggets of inspiration, I came across some photos on Pinterest of children’s handprints, fingerprints and footprints used to decorate the Christmas card! For today, I’ll share about the cute footprints. Check in again tomorrow night to see the different possible Christmas cards you can do with handprints!
Let’s start with the most obvious: a Christmas Tree!
Or how about this Rudolf-inspired step by Emma Owl?
And because we can’t get enough of Christmas trees, here’s another one (but with both feet this time) by Craft Rookie:
And here’s a challenging craft from Indulgy definitely meant for Christians:
This last one I’m about to share from Crafty Morning isn’t exactly Christmas-y UNLESS you added a caption and maybe some snow? The caption could be like: Missing you this Christmas season. Merry Christmas! Or something like that.