How about making your reindeer, snowman or other Christmas decorations from scratch this year? Combine crafts and DIY with these easy Christmas crafts for kids that you can also use to decorate your house with.
And to make it even easier to follow, the step-by-step instructions are all in video.
- Christmas Tree from paper
- 3D Paper Snowflake Tutorial
- Toilet Paper Roll Christmas Trees
- Easy Christmas Crafts For Kids Making Candy Canes
- Christmas Wreath Ornament For Kids To Make
- Christmas Flower Ornament out of Toilet Paper Roll
- Easy Christmas Craft For Kids: How To Make A Sock Snowman
- How to Make Christmas Baubles
- How to Make a Christmas Stocking
- Cotton Ball Snowman
- More Christmas Crafts For Kids
Christmas Tree from paper
Christmas decorations need not be expensive. Make your own Christmas tree from recycled papers and materials from arts and crafts stores and stationery shops. You can also recycle old catalogues and magazines to make a unique and attractive Christmas tree as shown in the YouTube video below.
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3D Paper Snowflake Tutorial
This video tutorial gives step-by-step instructions on how to make 3-dimensional paper snowflakes that you can hang on a wall or by the window.
Toilet Paper Roll Christmas Trees
Make colorful and unique Christmas trees using empty toilet paper rolls. Just paint ‘em and get your kids to use their imagination to add some bling and decor to your Christmas tree.
Easy Christmas Crafts For Kids Making Candy Canes
Make super cute, super easy candy canes that you can hang on your Christmas tree. These candy canes are made by simply twisting two pipe cleaners. Encourage your kids’ imagination by letting them make more unique candy canes using beads. A great activity for hand-eye coordination for kids!
Christmas Wreath Ornament For Kids To Make
Christmas wreaths are easy to make using crepe paper streams, green paper, and glue. Once the paper streams have been attached, spruce up your Christmas wreath with colorful and shiny sequins. And voila! You’re now ready to hang your masterpiece.
Christmas Flower Ornament out of Toilet Paper Roll
Here’s another easy Christmas flower ornament made of toilet paper roll, glue, glitter, acrylic paint and scissors. You can choose any Christmassy color for your ornament and make sure to cover it with the same color of glitter. Add some beads in the center and you’re ready to hang your flower ornament on your tree or by the window.
Easy Christmas Craft For Kids: How To Make A Sock Snowman
Here’s an easy way to make a snowman using those odd socks in your drawer. It requires no sewing, just string and glue. After you’ve formed your snowman, glue on his buttons and use push pins for his eyes and nose. Now give him a scarf and you have just made one jolly snowman!
How to Make Christmas Baubles
Have you ever wondered how those colorful and glittery Christmas baubles are made? You can make your own Christmas baubles using different colors of string, mini balloons, glue, a hanger, and PVC glue. They’re very easy to make and once they’re dry, add to the festive atmosphere by hanging your Christmas baubles inside the house or outdoors.
How to Make a Christmas Stocking
Add a personal touch to your holiday décor with DIY Christmas stockings. This is a great way to spend time with your kids and help them make their own stocking. Once you’re finished, hang them above the fireplace to make it more festive and ready to be filled with gifts come Christmas day.
Cotton Ball Snowman
Here’s a very easy way kids can make a snowman by using cotton balls. This is a great find motor activity because you will be asking your child to put the cotton balls inside the circles. You can choose to make your own snowman cardboard design or download from the website.
So there you are. 10 very easy Christmas crafts for kids that you can do this year. Do you have more ideas? Or have you done any of these crafts? What did your kids think about them?
More Christmas Crafts For Kids
Want even more Christmas craft ideas? Here’s a growing playlist of ideas.