Christmas is the holiday season to be jolly - and creative. How about letting the kids put their personal touch on this year's gifts or Christmas decorations? Here you will find free stencils from Søstrene Grene together with some tips to get those creative juices flowing.

Decorative Christmas trees

See how you can make these cute little Christmas trees all by yourself. Download the stencil and start making nice little Christmas trees as table decoration or for a cozy Christmas window.

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Wool-wrapped star ornaments


See wool, glue, some pearls and a little paper residue turned into fine decorations. These look great on the Christmas tree or as window decorations.

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Indoor Christmas landscape from paper rolls

Enchant a magical Santa Claus landscape of paper rolls and homemade stencils.

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Make Christmas ornaments from clay

See how you can use cake mould to create wonderful Christmas ornaments of clay, acrylic paint and string.

You need:

  • Rolling pin
  • Cake mould to your liking
  • String
  • Acrylic painting
  • Baking paper
  • Air-drying clay

 

Waiting time - for Christmas Eve

The wait can be long for the little ones, so a little colouring can distract the impatient thoughts. Do you know someone who might need a little distraction in the time leading up to Christmas?

Download free drawings that the little ones can colour.

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Source: Søstrene Grene.

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Trine Roald - Head of Medical Marketing

Trine Roald - Head of Medical Marketing

Trine Roald has over 20 years of international experience within a variety of industries, but none as meaningful as this where she can make a difference for the ones needing it most. As Head of Marketing for Made for Movement she is passionate about communicating stories and know-how featuring possibilities for improving the quality of life among people with severe disabilities.