It’s not even December yet, but everywhere we look, there are signs of Christmas and the upcoming holidays. We love it because it gives us another excuse to do some fun projects and make more Christmas and Holiday Crafts.
Here are 6 Fun Christmas and Holiday Crafts for Kids
If your child knows how to use scissors, then snowflakes are such a fun and simple craft. They are so beautiful when they are finished and for the rest of the winter, you can tape them to the windows .
2. Tea Light Snowmen
Battery operated tea lights can be found anywhere and they are safe for kids. Use them in this wonderful holiday crafts and your kids faces will light up when the candles do.
3. Homemade Ornaments
There are so many simple ways for the kids to make ornaments themselves. The best part is they can be hung on the tree for years to come and it’ll always be a special memory.
4. Toilet Roll Christmas Characters
Does anyone else save empty toilet rolls? If so, this craft will use them up and you be left with some adorable Christmas characters. They can be used to narrate holiday stories or even to put on a little puppet show.
5. Clothespin Snowman
If you hang your clothes to dry, how much more fun would it be to hang them with these cute snowmen clothespins that the kids can make!
6. Popsicle Sticks Christmas Tree
And last but not least, make use of all those old popsicle sticks by making this simple and fun Christmas tree craft.
Those are a few of my favourite Christmas and Holiday Crafts to do with the kids.
For more fun crafts and projects for the kids, check out my Holiday Crafts Pinterest Board.
6 thoughts on “6 Fun Christmas and Holiday Crafts for Kids”
I love making paper snowflakes, but these bottle cap snowmen are my favorite.
These are all such fund ideas.
Thank you for sharing.
Richa | Fancier’s World
I’m glad you like them Richa!
I definitely feel like Christmas arrived early this year and I’m not complaining! I love that tealight one!
Christmas is always a wonderful time of the year!
Such great ideas! Another post to share with my daughter for my granddaughters. I especially like the tealight snowmen!
That’s one of my favourite ones too Karen 🙂