It’s the season to be jolly! And crafty! You can never have too many inspirations for a festive crafty session so today we are sharing an amazing list of Christmas crafts for kids to make (with many of the ideas being fun for adults to make too).
Ready? Set, craft!
Christmas Crafts for Kids to Make
You’ll find lots of ideas here, from simple fun christmas crafts for toddlers, preschoolers and kids in kindergarten to crafts that require more skills and are great for older kids and adults. Lots of these would make awesome Christmas gifts too.
Paper Plate Christmas Trees – wonderful project both for school and to make at home.
Printable Santa Bookmarks – have the kids color their own.
Reindeer Corner Bookmark
Craft Stick Snowflake Ornament – this one will look wonderful on the tree.
Printable Christmas Envelopes – send your letters in style.
Festive Clothespin Snowmen – you’ll love these.
Paper Ball Garland
Fingerprint Christmas Tree Ornament
Sponge Painted Sock Craft
Paper Santa Craft
Footprint Salt Dough Keepsake
Paper Plate Santa Hats – such a fun classroom party project.
Salt Dough Santa Keepsake
No-Sew Sock Santa – this one is fun as a gift (makes for a festive door stopper).
Paper Roll Christmas Tree – the little ones will love decorating their tree.
Yarn Wrapped Christmas Tree Craft – let the kids do some fine motor skills exercise.
Mini Yarn Hats – you’ll love making these.
No-Sew Sock Snowman – perfect kid made gift.
DIY Christmas Tree Candle Holder – fingerprints give this project a very personal touch.
Rudolph the Reindeer origami envelope – yes, you read that right – make an envelope without using glue!
Christmas Cootie Catchers
Glow in the Dark 3D Christmas trees
Paper Roll Advent Wreath
Paper Plate Santa Craft
Paper Plate Reindeer
Pom Pom Cone Tree
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