Fun and Easy DIY Christmas Crafts for Kids

diy christmas crafts for kids

Are you looking for fun and creative activities to keep your kids entertained and engaged during the Christmas season? Look no further! Here are some amazing DIY Christmas crafts for kids that will surely bring holiday cheer to your home. These crafts are easy, affordable, and perfect for kids of all ages. Get the whole family involved and let the festive season begin!

Paper Plate Santa Claus

One of the most iconic Christmas figures is Santa Claus. Make this adorable paper plate Santa Claus and add a touch of the festive season to your home. All you need is a paper plate, cotton balls, and googly eyes. Cut out a triangular hat from red construction paper and glue it on the top of the plate. Cut out a small circle from pink paper for his nose. Glue the cotton balls around the rim of the plate to create Santa’s beard. Add the googly eyes and voila, you have created a cute and simple paper plate Santa Claus.

Felt Christmas Tree

Decorate your home with this amazing DIY felt Christmas tree. It’s easy to make and perfect for kids of all ages. You will need felt sheets, scissor, glitters, and a glue gun. Trace and cut a large Christmas tree from green felt. Cut out some circles from different colored felt to use as ornaments. Let your kids decorate the tree with the ornaments and glue them on. Finish off by adding some glitters for a festive touch. Hang your handmade Christmas tree on a wall, and you have an adorable and unique decoration for the season.

Salt Dough Ornaments

Make your own salt dough ornaments with your kids. It’s a perfect activity for cold winter afternoons. All you need is flour, salt, water, and assorted cookie cutters. Mix 1 cup of flour with ½ cup of salt and slowly add water until it forms into a dough. Roll out the dough and use cookie cutters to make different shapes. Use straws to make a hole at the top of the ornament so you can hang it later. Bake the ornaments in a preheated oven at 200 degrees Celsius for an hour, or until they are hard. Let your kids decorate the ornaments with paints and glitters, and with a little creativity, you have created unique and personal ornaments to hang on your tree.

Rudolph the Reindeer Handprint Card

Looking for a unique and personal Christmas card to give to your friends and family? Make this Rudolph the Reindeer handprint card. All you need is brown and white paint, a marker, and red paint or a pom-pom for the nose. Take your child’s handprint in brown paint and press it onto a folded piece of card to make the reindeer’s face. Add antlers using brown paint or card. Use a white paint or marker to add the whites of Rudolph’s eyes. Finish off with either red paint or a pom-pom for the nose, and you have an adorable and personal Christmas card.

Snowman Marshmallow Treats

Get into the holiday spirit with these fun and delicious snowman marshmallow treats. All you need is marshmallows, pretzel sticks, icing, and candy. Slide a marshmallow onto a pretzel stick and dip it into melted white chocolate. Add different candies for the nose, eyes, and buttons. Let it cool, and then add the final touches with icing to create a mouth and arms. These snowman marshmallow treats are both fun to make and even more fun to eat!


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