Here is a great list of some fun Christmas craft gifts that kids can help make. They will love being involved in the process.
Holiday seasons are truly wonderful times filled with warmth, joy, and the spirit of togetherness – so what better way to commemorate them than by making some Christmas craft gifts that kids can help with? Crafting with kids during this festive period can be an immensely enjoyable experience: inspiring their creativity while creating memories they will treasure for years.
Toddlers aged one to three are in an exciting phase of growth and development, full of curiosity about everything around them. Christmas crafts provide toddlers with an engaging activity to explore their creative side in a safe manner – while simultaneously building bonds between themselves and loved ones through festivities!
Christmas Craft Gifts Kids Can Help Make
Making homemade Christmas craft gifts with kids provide us with an opportunity to spend quality time together and foster a sense of togetherness between parent, grandparents and caregivers as they join their child in creating something from scratch.
Parents, grandparents and other friends and family members all can join in the process, guiding little hands and sharing in its joy. So as this holiday season nears let’s embrace toddler Christmas crafts as an activity to build lasting memories, celebrate giving and create wonder for years after we put away decorations!
A Lovely Ribbon Christmas Tree Craft From Sustain My Craft Habit
A ribbon Christmas tree craft can be completed in various ways, but we find the one featuring driftwood the most enjoyable! Trust us; with driftwood as part of your background design you simply cannot go wrong!
As part of our simple Christmas craft idea, we used driftwood pieces as the foundation. After arranging and securing them together using paint sticks and glue, I dry-brushed the front side with white paint.
An Elegant Tabletop DIY Seashell Christmas Tree From Sustain My Craft Habit
How to make a seashell Christmas tree- a DIY seashell Christmas tree that not only can you keep up year round! Perfect for the holidays!
Virtually everything needed can be found at thrift stores. We used a clay pot with a bottom as the pedestal for our project; you can paint, add glitter, twinkle lights or other embellishments later for even greater personalization! There’s definitely plenty of ways you can customize this project and make it your own!
Christmas Rocking Elf Man Paper Craft From The Purple Yarn
Are you in search of an easy elf craft idea for kids? Check out this rocking elf project requiring only paper and basic supplies.
These craft ideas for Christmas crafts will appeal to children of all ages and can also serve as festive holiday decor!
Cinnamon Applesauce Ornaments From The Best Ideas for Kids
No baking required with this easy step-by-step tutorial for making cinnamon applesauce ornaments! No worries for this DIY cinnamon ornament recipe either!
Cinnamon Applesauce Ornaments are not only easy and fun to create, they smell delicious! Kids of all ages will have fun helping mix up dough, use cookie cutters and decorate them. Once made you will enjoy hanging them on your Christmas tree year after year!
Cinnamon Stick Ribbon Christmas Tree Ornaments From In The Playroom
DIY ornaments are my absolute favorite way to celebrate holidays and I find the end results are always superior than anything I could buy at stores.
Make these beautiful DIY Cinnamon Stick Christmas tree ornaments easily with supplies you probably already have on hand, making this project eco-friendly! When completed, this rustic ornament makes an eye-catching centerpiece in any Christmas tree!
DIY elf Christmas ornament From The Purple Yarn
Are you in search of an easy, homemade elf Christmas ornament craft idea? Here is one! This craft involves popsicle sticks and construction paper to create an adorable Christmas elf ornament! So if you are searching for an elf themed Christmas ornament – your search ends here.
Create this festive ornament using construction paper and some small decorative items if available.
DIY Fabric Mason Jar Lid Ornaments From Wondermom Wannabe
These DIY Fabric Mason Jar Lid Ornaments are an easy and fun way to use up extra fabric scraps! Create multiple ornaments at once!
This ornament is equally quick and straightforward as the mason jar lid snowman ornament, just require basic supplies and approximately 15 minutes.
DIY Rustic Star Ornaments From The Boondocks Blog
Add a rustic feel to your tree this Christmas with upcycled Christmas ornaments made out of birch paper and paint! Target sold me these adorable press on ornaments meant for use as gift tag embellishments, but I had other plans in mind for their usage.
Birch wrapping paper has become my go-to material. I used it previously to cover the backs of my bookcases; now, however, I want to use it on stars!
DIY Stenciled Potholder Cookie Gift for Christmas From Creatively Beth
Create your own DIY Stenciled Potholder Cookie Gift this holiday season using the Ikonart Stencil Kit and my FREE Printable Funny Baking artwork, using Dollar Tree potholders and the Ikonart Custom Stencil Kit. I know many of you enjoy hand lettering, doodling, and drawing so here are FOUR printable files included as freebies so you can hand letter, doodle, and draw too.
Dollar Tree Christmas Crafts Clay Pot Reindeer From Creatively Beth
Create your own Dollar Store Christmas Crafts Clay Pot Reindeer ornament in just 30 minutes using mini clay pots from Dollar Tree Store along with paint, wiggle eyes, chenille stems, and pom pom nose. Just in time to celebrate Christmas in July!
Easy Christmas Truck Snow Globe a 15 Minute DIY From Creatively Beth
Start making an Easy Christmas Truck Snow Globe by gathering all your supplies. Use Country Red acrylic paint to cover the body of a wooden truck and allow to dry before painting wheels Lamp Black acrylic paint and let dry before basecoating windshield, back window and hub caps with Slate Grey acrylic paint and allow to dry. Apply any necessary second coats – Americana Acrylics provide one-coat coverage on most surfaces saving both time and money!
Fork-Painted Wreath Craft From Little Ladoo
Kids of all ages will love making this easy Fork-Painted Wreath craft project together. Perfect for exploring creativity with their peers, kids can choose any colours they’d like and create their very own wreath that they can hang up as festive holiday decor on either wall or door!
How to Make a Living Succulent Christmas Tree Ornament From The Succulent Sprite
Blending Christmas and succulents together into gorgeous ornaments to decorate your tree is such a delightful idea! I find Christmas one of my favorite times of year and one of the few bright spots during our cold, snowy winters in Northern USA.
Growing up, our Christmas tree was always present each year. Many years as children, our ornaments were handcrafted – it was so much fun decorating bulbs and making paper chains for our tree!
Paper Jingle Bell Ornament Craft For Kids From The Purple Yarn
Here’s an easy Christmas craft project for young kids where we will make homemade jingle bell ornaments!
Add whimsical peppermint candy trees to your holiday decorations this year for an eye-catching touch of peppermint to any space! They’re easy to create and will add a delicious peppermint aroma and flair.
Salt Dough Recipe – The Easiest Way to Make Salt Dough! From The Best Ideas for Kids
Discover this easy salt dough recipe – great for handprints or ornaments to place on the Christmas tree!
Discover how to make your own salt dough ornament with this easy Salt Dough Recipe. All it requires are a few items from your kitchen and we cover all our tips and tricks so your ornament will last!