24 Christmas Crafts for Kids
Mason Jar Snow Globe
via: The Sweetest OccasionSnow Globes have been around since the 19th century and ’til this day, they symbolize childhood, innocence and happy memories. Is there anything more sweet and nostalgic as snow globes?
This is a great project to make with your kids, the expression on a child’s face seeing a snow globe for the first time is priceless. Relive your childhood happiest memories through your kids eyes.
Paper Tree Cones
via: Kind Over MatterCute and easy cone trees made out of scrapbook paper and toilet paper rolls.
Just download the printable, cut the paper, and attach the paper cones to the rolls.
via: SpoonfulArranged on a windowsill or mantel, this caroling trio is just the prop to spread holiday cheer.
Another great project for kids. You already have all the materials needed, toilet paper rolls, a marker and some old socks.
Candy Cane Reindeers
via: Scrapbook etc.Help kids cover two plastic candy canes with yarn, and embellish with googly eyes, a pom-pom nose, ribbon, and bell to create an easy-to-make reindeer.
Pine Cone Tree
via: Blog a la CarteThere is something very Christmas-y about pine cones, which makes them all the more perfect for turning into tiny Christmas trees.
Santa Popsicle Stick Ornament
via: Tickled Mummy ClubThis cute craft stick Santa ornament is so easy to make and it needs just a few things putting together. A fantastic Christmas present for the kids to make for friends and family.
Reindeer Thumbprint Card
via: Meet the DubiensA fun and adorable project for the whole family.
This would make a great Christmas card for grandparents.
Santa Advent Calendar
via: Paper Creations by KristinEach day you have your child glue a cotton ball and countdown.
By the time Christmas arrives, Santa has a full beard!
Pasta Christmas Tree
via: Good Ideas for YouPasta crafts are always fun. Make this cute pasta Christmas tree with your kids, they are going to love it.
Holiday Gold Stars
via: Strawberry ChicYou will be amazed by how simple these stars are to make, and they can be used in so many different ways.
Christmas tree ornaments, mantel decorations, wreath, garland… the possibilities are endless.
Paper Snow Flakes
via: Bon Temps BeignetKids will delight in discovering all the different snowflake patterns they can make with this simple paper cutting craft.
Paper snowflakes are fun to make, especially as each one is different! They look fabulous stuck on a wall, strung together in front of a window or placed over contrasting coloured gift wrap as present toppers.
Reindeer Treat Bag
via: Lil’ SprinklesTrying to find a cute treat bag idea to give out to your kids friends? Look no further.
A fun way to package goodies is by adding a few details onto a small, plain treat bag to create an adorable reindeer. A few standard shapes is all you need and a glittered nose for Rudolph.
Reindeer Terracotta Pot
via: She KnowsThis Christmas reindeer pot is an easy craft that your kids can make in minutes.
The pot is a cute way to store candy canes or other Christmas treats, and can even be a creative package for a small gift.
Candy Cane Reindeer
via: Be a Fun MumThis Christmas Candy Cane Reindeer is simple to make it looks really cute!
Children can make to give to their friends or attach on a Christmas Card.
via: My name is SnickerdoodleTrace the little hand on chipboard and cut out from green card stock. Glue everything together and finish it off with a cute ribbon.
Popsicle Stick Ornaments
via: Vicky BaroneAfter making the Santa Popsicle Stick ornament up there. You may feel that Santa is a little bit lonely.
So expand the Christmas cheer on your tree and make the rest of the gang. Reindeers, elves and snowman to keep Santa’s company and it’s a party on your tree.
Hands and Foot Reindeer
via: Babyccino Kids BlogThis is such a simple, simple project, but the kids will really enjoy it.
The little antlers (hands) fit the reindeer head (foot) perfectly, no matter the sizes. Make lots of it and use them as table place settings for Christmas dinner.
Recycled Christmas Village
via: Paging SupermomDig through your recycle bin for various boxes and cartons. Use wrapping paper to cover the boxes and decorate away.
The tutorial even comes with free printables for doors and windows.
Construction Paper Wreath
via: Our Small-Town Idaho LifeAll you need is some green and red paper, scissor and a stapler.
Let the kids draw their own embellishments free-hand to allow for some individuality. Hang the final product in a window, on a door, or make a garland of them across the ceiling.
Popsicle Stick Wreath
via: KidspotThis wreath is simple and inexpensive to make, and looks great hanging on a door or wall.
Handprint Snowmen Ornament
via: Full of Great IdeasThese aren’t just five snowmen
As anyone can see.
I made them with my hand
Which is a part of me.
Now each year when you trim the tree
You’ll look back and recall
Many Christmas ago
When my hand was just this small!
Play Felt Tree
via: Johnny in a DressInstead of having a battle with the little ones tearing up the real tree make a tree of their own to play with! Now they can decorate and more importantly UNdecorate their tree as many times as they please.
This is such a fun idea because it works just like those felt boards you had in Sunday school… the felt ornaments stick to the felt tree.
Pasta Star Ornament
via: PastarettiPasta star ornament made with penne, glue and paint. So easy and fun!
Giant Snowflake Ornaments
via: Crafty NestThese snowflakes are fun, easy, and so inexpensive to make. The smallest snowflake is 12 inches across; the largest is 24 inches. You could also coat them in glitter or fake snow.
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