Everyone's favorite time of the year is the holiday season. Everyone. (Even if you don't want it to be because you don't celebrate holidays or something like that.) I think the reason is because everyone is uplifted and jolly all the time! There are so many ways to use it... print on a brown paper and you can wrap coffee cups, print on regular or colored paper and then use scrapbooking die cuts to fancy up the edges for a doily effect, or, resize the clipart to small, convert it to a gray and print a repeating pattern on the paper which can even be used to wrap small presents, or as placemats, even origami! Here are some of the Creative Christmas Crafts ideas for you to try out:
Once you've found your desired category or search results page, navigate through the thumbnails by using the arrows at the top right or bottom right of the section (bracketing the word "Next"). You can preview a larger version of these thumbnails by clicking on their respective magnifying glass. If you find an image or media you like, check its corresponding check box to select it. You can select as many as you like. I take the clipart and then print it out in various sizes for how I want to use it. I can drop it off at the cake decorator's so that she can make me a cake with that pattern. Then, I email a copy to my husband's work so that he can print out a few copies in a larger format. These become cut outs that I place on the walls... almost like a logo. Glue the Christmas images on a sheet of colored construction paper. You can also write the child's name in bright colours or glitter glue, or add a photo of them to the scrap picture collage, so that they can easily tell which mat belongs to them at mealtimes when they set the dinner table. The variety and widespread use of artwork and other images found online are limited only by a person's creativity. If you want to create your own unique holiday cards or if you simply want to e-mail a letter, you can customize it by embedding a Clipart. During the holiday season there are many great uses for Christmas Clipart:
Something to remember is to never use artwork unless you know it is in the public domain. Many popular images such as cartoon characters, logos, comic book characters, pictures of movie stars and signers are copyrighted. This means you could get into legal trouble by using such images without paying for them or getting permission. The Christmas Placemat In Conclusion Cut green and red construction paper into thin strips. Search for used Gift Wrap so you can recycle those. You can decorate the strips with glitter glue and Christmas writing.