Recycling Holiday Cards



Are the holiday cards stacking up at your house like they are at mine?  Here are a few fun activities to do with them after the holidays.

Cut the backs off of the cards and then cut the front of the cards in half (either horizontally or vertically.)  Now you have a fun matching game for your child.  I do this with a bunch and then put them in two piles and have my 2 year old find the matches. 

For older kids, cut the front of the cards (or let them cut their own) into puzzle pieces and have them put the “puzzle” back together.  They can glue the pieces together on a separate piece of paper to make their own card or reuse the pieces over and over again. 

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2 Responses to “Recycling Holiday Cards”

  1. gert003

    I save my cards every year….so have plenty for this project :) Good project for Lexi tomorrow. I also use the sturdier ones for recipe cards (with pretty designs on the back)

    December 17th, 2008 at 9:10 pm
     
  2. Mirror Tiles

    recycling should always be implemented to avoid to much pollution in the environment ;,~

    December 21st, 2010 at 3:11 pm
     

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