Earth Day Print Cards - How to Tutorial
This pretty printed card is great way of spreading the importance of Earth Day with your family, friends, and neighbours.
Earth Day is an annual celebration on April 22 to honour the achievements of the environmental movement ..
and raising awareness of the importance of long-term ecological sustainability.
Educating our children about sustainability and taking care of the earth is an important part of parenting. Earth day is the perfect opportunity to encourage kids to think about our planet, and how they can protect this habitat we share with all the beings around us.
Crafting is a great time to engage in conversations with your little ones about important subjects. I have written a blog for Earth Day activities for Children where I share ideas where you can reuse, recycle and connect with children through art about ways we can help the planet for future generations.
This Earth print card is a really easy activity to do with children and gives such a pretty effect. Send to your loved ones to get them thinking about the changes they can make for our future generations.
What you will need for this design
- Anita's Square Blank Cards
- Neon Paint
- A bouncy ball (you could also use a ball pit ball or a balloon (which isn't very eco friendly so if you do go with this either rinse with water after and untie or head to The Refab Diaries to see great ways to repurpose)
- Anita's Alphabet Stickers
- Lay your blank card down on a flat surface
- Put drops of green and blue paint in a tray (as pictured) and take your bouncy ball and dip into the paint
- Press down your blank card to give your globe effect.
- Once dried add your important message to the front using the letter stickers
Now you can get sending :)