Dec 1, 2014

Tape Resist Christmas Presents

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The magic is in the air, and we have been running around beginning our Christmas season prep! The tree is up, the Christmas advent books are wrapped, the elf gifts have been distributed, and we are enjoying some serious Christmas crafting. Today we are bringing you an awesome series from the fantastic bloggers from All Things Kids! If you are looking for some awesome Christmas themed crafts and activities, you have come to the right place. 


For our first official Christmas craft of the season, we made tape resist Christmas presents!! These are so incredibly simple to make, but really look adorable displayed on a window. Simple and cute is the best when it comes to making craft with your toddler! To start, cut some white cardstock into square and rectangular shapes. Heights and sizes may vary! Then place two strips of masking tape down the middle like a plus sign. A few squirts of washable fingerpaint and you're in business! Kingston requested a paintbrush, but your little one can use their fingers too!


We painted the gifts in red and green. After they dried (and it is IMPERATIVE that you wait for it to dry in tape resist painting), we pulled off the tape. I let Kingston stick on some white gift bows which made them look like perfect little presents!


I absolutely love how they look in our window overlooking the snowy landscape!



Interested in winning some amazing gifts for your kids for the holiday season? Some of the All Things Kids bloggers are offering these phenomenal giveaways! You can check out these 8 awesome prizes and enter for you chance to win below!

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4. The Pandas and Their Chopsticks from Wisdom Tales
5. Handprint Stone Craft Kit from Craft Project Ideas
6. ¡Sabor! Spanish Learning Songs CD from Whistlefritz
7. Kids yoga book (winner's choice!) from Kids Yoga Stories
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Don't forget to check out the other amazing crafts and activities from the fabulous bloggers of All Things Kids! 

Christmas Tree Christmas Card  from Frogs, Snails, & Puppy Dog Tails
Pipe Cleaner Christmas Trees from Craftulate 
Christmas Tree Suncatchers from Where Imagination Grows
Ornament Sensory Play Christmas Sensory Bin from Little Bins for Little Hands
Christmas Memory Countdown from JDaniel4sMom
Recycled Ornament Garland Craft from Sugar Aunts

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8 comments:

  1. Those came out so cute! I think the bow (as well as the snowy background) is a great addition :-)

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    1. Aww thank you Clarissa!! The bow definitely made it! Plus, it gave him a bit of fine motor practice!

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  2. so, so, so adorable and pretty! pinning!

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    1. Thank you Susen!! Thanks for pinning! :)

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  3. I just love these! Thought I stopped by and commented... but it looks like I didnt. Sorry, its been a long week:) XX

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