When I think about Christmas I sometimes think about all of the different crafts that I would make in elementary school. Who knew that when I became an adult, Christmas crafts would still be a thing? Pretty cool that you don’t need to be in school to have your kids work on these Christmas crafts.
13 DIY Christmas Crafts for Kids
The goal of these crafts is not only to be fun but also something that you wouldn’t mind keeping around your home.
I know as a parent you’re supposed to love everything that your child makes but you spent enough time and energy making sure your home is decorated to your liking. There is no reason why you can’t expect some level of quality from your kid’s crafts. Especially since they are going to ask you to bring them out for the next couple of years.
Maybe that makes me evil.
I simply like to think I’m respecting the Christmas spirit to the fullest extent.
1. Frosted Christmas Tree Sugar Cones
These festive and easy Frosted Christmas Tree Sugar Cones are a great way to bring the whole family together during the holidays. Your kids will love munching on all the sweets as they decorate their very on Frosted Christmas Tree Sugar Cone.
To get started all you need is ice cream sugar cones, frosting, and various colored candies.
Handmade gifts, from kids, really are the best. With a simple plain towel some
green + red fabric paint these DIY Stamped towels make the perfect gift for grandparents, teachers, and other important people in their lives.
This Christmas lights garland is a simple craft project that will give the kids something to do this holiday season! Your kiddos will love seeing their beautiful Paper Christmas Lights Garland on display.
Go green this Christmas and make use of your recyclable milk jugs to create this lovable snowman Christmas decoration. These snowmen milk jugs will make Santa really proud of your creativity and your effort to reduce, reuse, and recycle.
If you want a fun craft to share with your kids, these reindeer footprints and handprint pillows will sure give you the joy of crafting with your kids. They are a great keepsake you and your young ones can treasure.
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