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Holiday Yarn Cards

For Hanukkah, Christmas, and Kwanzaa!

Highlights 4Cs

Curious, Creative, Caring, and Confident™
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Kids will love getting creative with yarn and cardstock to create their very own holiday cards. For more hands-on fun, check out Highlights Magazine.

You’ll need:
• Cardstock
• Markers
• Large-eyed needle
• Yarn

Instructions:
1. Fold a piece of cardstock in half twice to make a card. Using markers and cardstock, make a holiday design on the front. Leave space for yarn details.

2. Unfold the card. Using a large-eyed needle, poke holes, and thread yarn through the holes to finish the design. Tape down the ends of the yarn. Refold the card.

3. Write a message inside and give the card to someone special.