Santa Claus is a symbol of Christmas, and it is always fun to plan some Santa-themed Christmas Day Crafts for your program! All you need is decoration materials-use markers (or crayons) and decorate with glitter, gems and more!
Cardboard Santa Claus and tree
Mark (or crayons)
Red and gold glitter
Before you start, punch all the elements of the kit for easy decoration.
Once Santa’s design is complete, you can use red markers to color his gloves, hat, and suit. Then, you can use markers, crayons or paint to paint shadows on his face. Tip: Move the markers side by side to draw small circles-this helps to avoid the marker lines and makes the appearance smoother.
For beards, you can choose not to color the white surface, or use white paint to make it more prominent. Tip: This technique is to apply a small amount of paint on the brush to give it a different embossing effect to produce a long beard texture. Let dry.
To add more flares to Santa Claus, we used flash! First, carefully apply some sticky glue on Santa's red suit. Then, sprinkle red glitter to make it cover all the glue. Let it sit for a few minutes. To remove the extra glitter, put Santa Claus on the shredded paper or art paper box, and tap Santa Claus lightly. Let the glue dry, then repeat the process with a hat and golden belt buckle. Tip: Only use one color of glitter at a time and let it dry before moving to another color, otherwise mixed colors may end up appearing. Now Santa Claus is really shining!
Now, stick the white pompom on Santa's hat! Then, use a brown marker to color his gift bag.
After the decoration is complete, you can use the cardboard tab and fold the Santa at the designated folding point, and then hook the tab into the small lips. Attach the sacks to the gaps in the gloves. Now Santa Claus stands up, carrying his schoolbag!