Spotlight Saturday: Make your own Christmas card kit

‘Tis nearly the season!

We’re very excited here at Beagle HQ to be able to offer you a fun DIY kit for you or your little people to create a beautiful, unique Christmas card for your loved ones.

Before and after. How will your tree look?

Each kit is handmade include supplies to make two cards: two Christmas tree, two red ‘pots’ (one with a gold band and one with a silver band), some tinsel, 16 diamanté baubles in assorted colours and of course a star for the top (will you choose the gold or silver star?) They all attach to the brown card with matching envelope included with the kit.

The kits are ready to be made with foam stickers on the back of the tree, pot and star so all you need is to peel and place. You can choose to wind or drape the tinsel and attach using glue or tape (not included) then peel and stick the diamanté baubles.

Each kit comes with the following: one tree, ONE star (either gold or silver), ONE pot (with either gold or silver stripe), 8 diamantés (assorted colours) and tinsel.

The kits are designed for little fingers to make but children will need some help and supervision due to small parts. Card has been left blank for your own message.

You can order your card kit direct from Beagle HQ or through my Etsy shop.

We aim to make our products as sustainable as possible. The brown cards are made from recycled card and cards are shipped in plant-based cellophane bags which can be put in your food caddy or compost bin.

These items are made to order. Please allow 3-5days for us to dispatch your order. Should you require it quicker, please put it in the Personalisation section and we will contact you to see if we can help. Please note that at busy times, dispatch time may be longer.

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