This homemade card for kids celebrates somebody supreme. It makes use of one of my favourite art techniques- collage! And who doesn't love pizza?

Is there anything better than pizza?
Rhetorical question.
This homemade card for kids celebrates somebody supreme. It makes use of collage- my fave! And pizza makes everything excellent.

What you will need:

Free pizza printable
Thin card
Coloured paper
Collage materials
Glue

This homemade card for kids celebrates somebody supreme. It makes use of one of my favourite art techniques- collage! And who doesn't love pizza?

How to:

Print off your free card template onto thin card.

Gather collage materials. We used coloured craft paper, tissue paper, washi tape, wool scraps, bits of sponge- go wild.

Cut out a red circle to act as your “pizza base.”

Set the glue out and let your Mini Masterchef craft up their most delicious pizza.

Here’s what the set up looked like at our place….

This homemade card for kids celebrates somebody supreme. It makes use of one of my favourite art techniques- collage! And who doesn't love pizza?

If you wanted to get all teachery, you could use this activity as a counting / data lesson. Once your child has completed their pizza, you could ask things like, “how many pieces of “ham” are on your pizza? How many pieces of “mushroom” are on your pizza? etc”

Or it’s a perfect way to explore symmetry. Have your Mini Masterchef make both halves of the pizza identical.

Once your pizza has finished in the oven (READ: the glue has dried), glue the pizza to the front of the card.

It’s ready to be given to the supreme person in your life!

Need more homemade cards for kids inspo?

Try this popsicle one. Or this “You’re a Dude!” one.

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This homemade card for kids celebrates somebody supreme. It makes use of one of my favourite art techniques- collage! And who doesn't love pizza?