The first thing you need to prepare is the idea. There are a lot of Merry Christmas greetings that you can write with a sentence or just a simple Merry Christmas with decoration and characters. Then, you can't miss out on paper and the drawing utensils like a calligraphy pen, drawing pen, marker, and pencil. Actually, you can make the lettering on the computer. And so, you will need a drawing pad, an adequate computer mouse, and the application to smoothen up the lettering.
The closest thing you can reflect on is your own handwriting. You can modify a little bit into decent lettering for a Christmas card or banner. You can also watch a lot of online tutorials for making lettering. You will find a lot of them through videos and blogs. It is also possible to get inspiration through magazines since you will get to know new trends around Christmas. These days, TV shows and films can take the influence of new trends, including lettering, as there are a lot of Christmas movies produced.
Yes! You are free to color Merry Christmas lettering. Although most people do the lettering on the computer, you can still make the lettering handmade. As it is yours, you can color the lettering or let the kids do that. This is also a good exercise to teach the kids about the alphabet, colors, and holiday traditions. Even if you make the lettering on the computer, you have to color the letters, so it will affect the joyous holiday. All in all, you can color the lettering to entertain the viewers, as well as the artists who color the lettering.
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Obviously, everybody can use the lettering of Merry Christmas. Most advertisements during Christmas use lettering to greet the holiday and as a marketing item which they use for the brand or the cover on the brand. You will also see the lettering on banners in the Christmas market and churches. They usually hang the banners on the wall or banner pole. Many people, including children, use the Merry Christmas lettering on Christmas cards, goody bags, gift boxes, and gift cards. They might as well hang the lettering on the Christmas tree and in front of the door.
The Christmas celebration should not only be fulfilled with the sparks of lights but also knowing the true meaning. It is such a great celebration if you fill with the joyful and faith at the same time. Celebrate your holiday season with family while applying these to be more meaningful.
Constructing a Jesse tree which is a symbol of God’s plan and bringing His savior into the world. Painting the ornaments by yourself might be more exciting!
Make a letter for Jesus. After kids create the ones for Santa, you can ask them to write about things they might be up to for Jesus. What a great way to learn God graciously.
Learn the nativity story. You can set up the kid-friendly arrangement with the template and some coloring pencils to have fun. Let the kids do the coloring while also reading aloud the story. Using the puppet will be so much helpful.
In the US, the figure of Santa Claus started the popularity after Clement Moore published a poem entitled “Twas the Night Before Christmas” around 1823. The image of Santa even appeared in the 1860s and was created by a famous cartoonist, Thomas Nast.
Not long ago after the high popularity, kids began writing letters to Santa and telling him their wishes. Many kids even sent their letters to the post office which tributed to Santa at the North Pole.
Nowadays, the tradition of creating the letter for Santa still exists. However, the parents now play the role of Santa's goddess figure.
Hosting a Christmas kids' party makes you have to come up with something festive and joyful looks. Elaborating the symbols in the decoration totally becomes your job. An iconic decoration item that should be put on your list is the garland. Creating a “Merry Christmas” garland would never be regretful!
Garland is an easy-quick item to DIY. So just do it! Prepare the things like colored papers in the holiday palette, a string for the connectors, scissors, stencils, and pencils. Let your kids participate in making any garland item by drawing with stencils.
List the things you need and don’t forget the sayings ever! Connect each item one by one. Remember that the saying should be in the middle. Hang it on the wall with the light bulbs on it.