Ho! Ho! Ho! We’re a month away from the most wonderful time of the year — Christmas! We’re all excited about decorating the house and the kids are looking forward to make some crafts too!
Looking for Christmas crafts to make with your kids? Feel the Christmas vibes and make these easy Christmas crafts with the little ones. We’ve rounded up a list of crafts for even the most un-Pinterestworthy crafter to try out. Take out the art supplies, mamas, and get the kids involved! Here we go!
Santa Claus Paper Face
Do you have leftover paper plates from Halloween or birthday parties? Reuse them and make this Santa Claus Paper Face! Check out Arty Craft Kids for the deets.
Handprint Christmas Tree
Worried that the little ones can’t reach your Christmas tree at home? We got you covered! With The Best Ideas For Kids’ easy steps, the kiddos can decorate their own little tree. This Christmas tree craft is a fun way to get the family involved — just trace everyone’s hands on green paper, cut them out then arrange with the shape of a tree.
Santa and Reindeer Puppets
In three, two, one, action! Moms, let the kids decorate this fun craft from I Heart Crafty Things for their puppet show. Our tip? Give ’em more art supplies so they can make more characters.
Personalised Pom Pom Ornaments
For this craft activity from Crafty Morning, you’ll transform your ornaments into personalized ones! This can be a perfect gift for relatives too.
Gingerbread Men Toilet Paper Roll Craft
Rudolph Gift Tag
Try making these super cute Rudolph gift tags with the family. It’s easy to do and the supplies you need are probably available at home!
Try creating these amazing 3D snowflakes with the kids! Follow First Palette’s easy instructions for folding and cutting paper into beautiful and unique paper snowflakes.
Of course we can’t forget about Santa’s little helpers. The elves are busy preparing for Christmas so why not work on elf-inspired craft? Check out this easy tutorial from Busy Mom’s helper.
And there you go! Feel the Christmas vibes and enjoying making these crafts with the little munchkins. You’re welcome.