1 Gingerbread House coloring pages
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11 Craft Ideas to do with Gingerbread House Coloring Pages
Gingerbread house coloring pages are a fun and versatile crafting medium for both kids and adults. Here are 11 ideas to get you started:
1. Classic Coloring
The most straightforward way to use gingerbread house coloring pages is to simply print them out and color them in with crayons, markers, or colored pencils. This is a great activity for young children, and can also be a relaxing and meditative activity for adults.
2. 3D Gingerbread House
Cut out the colored gingerbread house and glue it to a piece of cardboard or foam core. Add some dimension by cutting out and attaching separate pieces for the roof, doors, and windows. You can even add some candy canes or gumdrops for decoration.
3. Gingerbread House Garland
Cut out multiple gingerbread houses and punch a hole at the top of each one. String them together with ribbon or twine to create a festive garland. This is a fun and easy craft for kids, and the garland can be used to decorate a mantel or a window.
4. Gingerbread House Place Cards
Colored gingerbread houses make great place cards for a holiday dinner party. Simply write each guest’s name on the front of the house and set it at their place at the table. You can even add a small piece of ribbon or twine to the back of the house to make it easy to stand up.
5. Gingerbread House Ornaments
Cut out and color gingerbread houses, then add a loop of ribbon or twine to the top. These make adorable ornaments for the Christmas tree, and they’re easy enough for kids to make.
6. Gingerbread House Centerpiece
Create a festive centerpiece by arranging multiple colored gingerbread houses on a tray or platter. Add some greenery, such as pine branches or holly, and some small candles or tea lights. This is a simple and elegant way to decorate for the holidays.
7. Gingerbread House Gift Tags
Cut out and color gingerbread houses, then punch a hole in the top and thread a piece of ribbon or twine through it. These make cute gift tags for holiday presents. You can even write the recipient’s name on the front of the house for a personal touch.
8. Gingerbread House Mosaic
Cut out multiple gingerbread houses and glue them to a piece of poster board or a canvas. Arrange them in a mosaic pattern to create a unique piece of art. This is a fun and challenging craft for older kids and adults.
9. Gingerbread House Collage
Cut out and color gingerbread houses, then glue them to a piece of paper or cardstock. Add other decorative elements, such as stickers, glitter, or buttons, to create a collage. This is a fun and open-ended craft that allows for a lot of creativity.
10. Gingerbread House Puzzle
Cut out the pieces of a colored gingerbread house and mix them up. Challenge yourself or a friend to put the puzzle back together. This is a fun and challenging activity for all ages.
11. Gingerbread House Scavenger Hunt
Hide colored gingerbread houses around the house or yard and create a scavenger hunt for kids. This is a fun and active way to use gingerbread house coloring pages, and it will keep kids entertained for hours.
We hope these ideas inspire you to get creative with gingerbread house coloring pages. Happy crafting!