“Enjoy Christmas Agamograph Templates and be cheerful.
We love making agamographs and this festive agamograph is the latest addition to our collection.
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The agamograph, two perspectives, and two funny images (four if you have a four-season agamograph or butterfly agamograph lifecycle) are very mysterious.
As Christmas approaches, we roll up our sleeves and design a great printable agamograph template to keep kids busy during the holidays.
This festive version is perfect for toddlers as it has two that make it very easy to color the design, a reindeer head on one side and a great gift box on the other.
Please paint with your favorite color material. Markers make the design really great, so I highly recommend it.
Are you ready to try it? Print the template and get started!
How to make a Christmas agamograph
what do you need:
- One of the Christmas agamograph models at the end of this tutorial
- Heavier printing paper (normal printing paper works, but heavier is preferable)
- Painting supplies
- Optional scoring tool (or an alternative like the skewer we normally use)
To make things even more glamorous, you can also use red glitter glue to make the reindeer’s nose shine.
Watch video tutorial
Watch step-by-step tutorials
Print the model (at the end of this tutorial).
Color the photo. It’s a good idea to use contrasting colors to make the background really pop.
When everything is dirty, cut the agamograph.
To make the creases cleaner, it’s a good idea to mark them before bending-using a ruler, pass the skewers over the folds.
Scoring tools are great for creating clean tools. You can get plastic tools that are safe for children.
Once you’ve completed all the pleats (or skipped this step), it’s time to fold them.
Fold the accordion style from one end to the other.
Push down on the pleats and bend them to make them even cleaner.
Fold it to the other end …
It’s all over-all you have to do is move it left and right to reveal the two images.
I hope your kids enjoyed this Christmas Agamograph.
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Christmas Agamograph Template
‘Tis the season to be jolly and to have some fun with a Christmas Agamograph Template!
We do love making our agamographs, and this festive one is the latest addition to our collection.
*this post contains affiliate links*
There is something quite magical to agamographs, two perspectives, two fun pictures (or 4 if you have our 4 seasons agamograph or life cycle of a butterfly agamograph).
With Christmas time approaching, we put our sleeves up and designed a wonderful printable agamograph template to keep the kids busy during the holidays.
This festive version is perfect for younger kids as it features two really easy to color in designs, a reindeer head on one side and a wonderful gift box on the other.
Color it in with your favorite coloring supplies – we really do recommend markers as they really make the designs pop.
Ready to give it a go? Print out our template and let’s get crafting!
How to Make a Christmas Agamograph
What you need:
one of our Christmas agamograph templates that you can grab at the very end of this tutorial
heavier print paper (regular print paper will work too, but we prefer heavier)
optional scoring tool (or a alternative such as a skewer we usually use)
To make things even more festive, you can also use red glitter glue to make the reindeer nose sparkle.
Watch the Video Tutorial
Follow the Step by Step Tutorial
Print out our template (you can find it at the end of this tutorial).
Color in the images. We recommend using contrast colors for the background to really make it pop.
Once all colored in, cut out the agamograph.
To make the folds crisper, it’s best to score them before folding – we use a ruler and run the skewer across the folds.
Scoring tool is best to make neat tools – you can get a plastic one that is safe for kids to use.
Once you have scored all the folds (or skipped that step ;), it’s time to fold them.
Fold in a accordion fashion – from one end to the other.
Press down the folds, crease them to make them even crisper as you go.
Fold all the way to the other end…
All done – now all that’s left to do is to move it from one side to the other to reveal both pictures.
Hope your kids have enjoyed making this Christmas agamograph.
Get the Christmas Agamograph Template
Click to print or save: Here they are version one and version two.
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