Christmas Lights Borders: A Collection of Creative Christmas Coloring Pages

Christmas Lights Borders: Christmas is a time for happiness and bright colors, right? Well, not if you’re a Christmas lights border fan. In fact, some of the most popular Christmas borders are actually illuminated in dark colors. So if you’re looking for some inspiration for your next Christmas light border, take a look at these creative Christmas coloring pages. They’ll have you in the holiday spirit in no time!

What are Christmas Lights Borders?

Christmas Lights Borders is a collection of creative Christmas coloring pages. These pages will give you some great ideas for decorations for your Christmas tree or Christmas cards!

How to make Christmas Lights Borders

Christmas light borders are one of the best ways to spruce up your holiday decor. You can create a variety of borders with different colors and patterns, or simply use a set of pre-made borders.

There are many popular Christmas light borders on the internet, so it’s hard to choose just one. Here are a few ideas to get you started:

1. A snowy Christmas border: Start by cutting a piece of foam core measuring 24in by 36in. Paint it white and then cut out a snowman motif using a traced design or an image from an old Christmas card. Glue the snowman onto the foam core and then attach the border around it with sticky Velcro dots.

2. A twinkling Christmas border: Cut four pieces of cardboard measuring 18in by 24in each and then trace stars onto them with a pencil. Paint each star with different colors and let them dry completely before attaching the border around them with thin strips of double-sided tape.

3. A colorful Christmas border: Print out several copies of this free template and color in each circle according to your favorite holiday color scheme. Cut out each circle and glue them together along one long edge, then attach the border around the outside with thin strips of adhesive tape. Voilà!

What to put on your Christmas Lights Borders

When it comes to Christmas decorating, it’s all about personalization! You can add your own touch by creating a brightly lit border around your light strings using any of these creative Christmas coloring pages. Whether you prefer classic red and green or something more festive like silver and gold, there’s a page for you.

First, download the coloring pages below and print them out. Cut out the designs with scissors or a Cricut, then place them on white paper or cardstock so they will show up well against your lights.

Once you have all your borders cut out, start arranging them around your Christmas tree or lights in whatever way looks best to you. Be creative! Try grouping similar colors together, or use different patterns to create interesting visual effects. If you want to get really creative, try painting each border with a different color before installing it on your decor. The possibilities are endless!

What to do with your Christmas Lights Borders once you’re finished

If you’re like most people, once Christmas lights are put up they stay up until January 1st. But don’t worry! You can always use your Christmas lights borders as creative coloring pages once you’re done with them.

Here are a few ideas to get you started:

Create a snowman border: Draw a basic outline of a snowman on some white paper, then fill in the colors with your Christmas lights. Cut out the snowman and print it out on heavy paper for easy cutting.

: Draw a basic outline of a snowman on some white paper, then fill in the colors with your Christmas lights. Cut out the snowman and print it out on heavy paper for easy cutting. Color in a tree border: Start by drawing a basic outline of the tree on some white paper. Use all of your light colors to create the trunk, branches, leaves, and ornaments. Print out the tree shape and cut it out using Scotch tape or adhesive dots.

: Start by drawing a basic outline of the tree on some white paper. Use all of your light colors to create the trunk, branches, leaves, and ornaments. Print out the tree shape and cut it out using Scotch tape or adhesive dots. Create gingerbread house borders: Cutouts of houses made from gingerbread dough (or any other edible food) can be colored with festive holiday accents using colorful LED lights. This is an especially fun DIY activity to do with kids!

Conclusion

It’s that time of year again – time to decorate your Christmas tree put up the lights, and get into the holiday spirit! If you’re like me, you love spending time looking at festive things, but sometimes it can be a bit difficult to come up with ideas. That’s why I’ve collected some of my favorite Christmas coloring pages on this page so that you can spend less time thinking and more time enjoying your decorations. Have a wonderful holiday season!


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