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{Free} Colour Your Own Christmas Bunting activity for kids

Colour Your Own Christmas Bunting activity for kids

We’re so excited and ready for Advent tomorrow. Advent is the start of Christmas for us. We’re ready with our home-made advent calendars and I can’t wait to see the children’s reaction when they see their personalised advent calendars. My children are super excited for the start of Advent as not only do they get an advent calendar (or two!) but our house elves will arrive and get up to lots of mischief.

I love coming up with ideas to keep my children busy at this time of year and enjoyed creating our colour your own Christmas bunting.

Colour Your Own Christmas Bunting activity for kids

Our colour your own Christmas bunting is a free 5-page printable PDF with 8 bunting designs to print and colour at home. It also includes a page with 2 blank bunting templates in case your children want to get creative and design their own.

It couldn’t be any simpler to use these Colour Your Own Christmas Bunting flags.

Print out my free printable. There is 1 printable PDF with 5 pages which should print at 8.5” x 11”. Just right click on the free printable link here, or the image below, to print out, grab your favourite colouring pencils, and set up a seasonal invitation to play.

free Christmas bunting to cut and colour

When your child has finished colouring, cut around each bunting flag and attach to colourful bakers twine with magic tape. This would make a lovely decoration for the Christmas tree or hung in your child’s room.

We reduced the size of the bunting to make smaller flags. We’re going to add one of the flags to homemade Christmas cards!

free colour your own Christmas bunting activity for kids

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    Cecilia Keinapel
    December 1, 2019 at 8:26 am

    This is a great idea for activities for children. Nothing is more fun than colouring things, even me as an adult still uses my colouring books on a regular basis! It’s a very good way to relax and be more creative.

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    December 1, 2019 at 10:42 am

    This is so sweet. Grown-ups could do this too – great templates for using on things other than paper.

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