30 FESTIVE Christmas Crafts For Kids and Adults

Looking for Christmas crafts?

 

Planning fun activities for your little ones to do will make it even more wonderful! In this article, you will find 30 FESTIVE Christmas Crafts that are unique, fun, and easy!

 

Let’s get started with the magic!

 


Craft #1: Reindeer Paper Craft

I have been loving paper crafts lately! They are simple to throw together and easy for the kids to do.

 

This reindeer craft is the perfect Christmas activity for kids since they will be finger painting!

 

reindeer christmas craft

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

washable paint for kids

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B. Set-up

 

Create a reindeer head and antlers! Then, paste it to a piece of white paper.

 

Also, make the reindeer’s nose and add on googly eyes to complete the reindeer’s face!

 

C. Activity

The kids will dip their fingers in paint and make prints all through the antlers!

 

Once these prints are dry, they can use a black marker to create lines throughout the antlers, so they look like Christmas lights!


Craft # 2: Christmas Tree Noodle Craft

Sensory fillers like pasta and rice can also be used to create the best crafts!

 

These Christmas trees came out so cute! It’s definitely a great Christmas activity for the kids to try this year.

 

christmas tree noodle craft

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

 

bow tie pasta

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B. Set-up

 

Paint the pasta noodle individually, or you can place them in a ziplock bag, add some acrylic paint and shake it up!

 

Dump out the noodles on an art tray and let them dry. You may need to use a paintbrush and get the spots where the paint didn’t reach!

Lastly, on a piece of cardboard, paint a Christmas tree!

 

C. Activity

 

Once the pasta noodles are dry, have the kids use glue to glue them on top of the tree, you painted on the cardboard. Regular glue will work for this part!

 

When all the noodles are in place, you can hot glue some poms to the tree to be the ornaments. I suggest using hot glue for that step; that way, you know it’ll stay on. Sometimes if you use regular glue for projects like this with poms, they can fall off. 

 

 RELATED: 40 Sensory Activities for Kids

 


Craft #3: Fork Printed Christmas Trees

Fork printing projects are SO fun! The marks that the fork leaves are perfect to create Christmas trees!

 

This Christmas activity for kids is the perfect addition to a Christmas party!

forked painted christmas trees

How to do this activity

A. Materials you need

 

glitter glue set for kids

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B. Set-up

Add some green paint to a paint tray!

 

Draw and color in a tree trunk at the bottom of the paper with a brown marker. Lastly, draw a tree online in pencil, so your child knows where to place the forks to create a tree shape!

 

C. Activity

The kids will dip the fork into the green paint and make prints to cover the entire tree!

 

They can add on some glitter glue dots to be the ornaments. Lastly, they can add on a sticker star at the end!

 


Craft #4: Christmas Sweater Activity

 

Who doesn’t love a good Christmas sweater during the holiday season?

 

This Christmas activity for kids is AMAZING because kids can make them as silly as they want! Christmas sweaters are supposed to be funny!

 

christmas sweater craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

christmas buttons

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B. Set-up

 

Create some sweater shapes on paper and cut them out!

 

If you want to include any main characters (reindeer, Santa hat, or candy cane), you can make these and cut them out too. These are optional!

 

C. Activity

 

Put all the items for the kids to choose from in a tray. I find this the easiest way for them to grab and create!

 

They can use stickers to stick objects on or a little glue to put items on each sweater!

 


Craft #5: Gingerbread House Craft

 

Sometimes building real gingerbread houses stress me out. But, this version of a gingerbread house wasn’t like that at all!

 

This paper gingerbread house is the perfect Christmas activity for kids to work on shapes!

 

gingerbread house craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

B. Set-up

 

You will need to draw some shapes for the kids to create this fun gingerbread house! I made a square for the home, a triangle for the roof,  and a rectangle for the chimney.

 

Then, I created shapes for windows, made peppermints, gumdrops, and candy canes! If your little one is old enough to create and make these on their own, by all means, have them go for it!

 

C. Activity

 

Let the kids create their own house using the pieces that you made! Then, they can use a glue stick to paste all the items on! We used blue paper as the background, and they fingerprinted some snow.

 

RELATED: Shape Activities for Preschoolers 

 


Craft #6: Stick Christmas Crafts

Popsicle stick crafts are one of my favorite crafts to do with the kids for the holidays! They get so excited to play with them after they are all done too!

 

I love these Christmas-themed ones because you can make them into ornaments by adding some twine to them!

popsicle stick crafts

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

 

acrylic paint

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2. Set-up

 

If you have colored popsicle sticks, you can use those; if you don’t, you’ll have to prep the popsicle sticks by painting them! Look below for directions for each one.

 

3. Activity

 

a. Santa stick– Paint half the stick and the very top red. Then, paint a little white stripe on the hat. Make a black stripe in the middle of the bottom of the stick to be Santa’s buckle. Hot glue a white pom at the top of the hat and a yellow pom in the black stripe’s middle. Glue on some eyes, a red pom, and glue half of a cotton ball on as a beard!

 

b. Snowflake– Paint 4 sticks blue and hot glue them together by creating a cross, then place the others diagonally on each other. Put some glue on the sticks and dump some glitter on, then shake off the access—lastly, hot glue white poms at the ends of each stick.

 

c. Tree– Grab 4 small popsicle sticks. Paint them green. Use one stick as the center; then, you will cut the ends off the other ones. You will make them different lengths by having the longer ones at the bottom gradually getting smaller. Place a star sticker at the top and hot glue Christmas gems to be the ornaments.

 

d. Snowman– Paint the tops of 5 popsicle sticks black and the bottoms white. Paint another whole stick black to be at the top of the hat! Glue on googly eyes, use orange cardstock for a nose, and black cardstock circles for the mouth. Glue on a button and holly at the top of the hat!

 

e. Red truck– Paint 5 sticks red. Two sticks will go at the bottom, and 3 of them will be cut. Two will be glued on the sides, and one will go on the top. Cut the ends off of the sticks. Hot glue buttons on the bottom of the truck and glue on a mini tree on the back, so it’s sticking out like it’s in the truck. Lastly, glue a picture on so you can see it through the window!

 


Craft #7: Pine Cone Tree Craft

 

Have you ever tried to craft with pine cones? You won’t regret trying this Christmas activity for kids!

 

Pine cones make the perfect little Christmas trees! I love these can work for decor around the house as well!

 

pinecone christmas tree craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

pine cones for crafts

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B. Set-up

 

Use acrylic paint to paint the pine cones! We did some green ones and a white one!

 

C. Activity

 

Hot glue the pine cone to a wood ornament once the paint is dry!

 

Add on buttons, poms, or glitter! I just used regular glue to add on the glitter and buttons! You can just stick in the poms, and they will stay there!

 

This is such a fun Christmas activity for kids! So simple and a fun way to use objects in nature to craft! 

 


Craft #8: Stocking Name Craft

 

Kids love seeing their name on crafts! This Christmas activity for kids is a festive way to practice name building.

 

The fireplace was fun to make; it looks so cozy; I want to turn on my fireplace right now!

 

stocking name craft

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

B. Set-up

 

Create a square shape for the fireplace with brown and red paper, a rectangle for the bottom and top, and some other shapes to create the fire and decor at the top of the fireplace.

 

Draw some rectangle shapes on the red square to look like red bricks! Lastly, create the stocking shapes from red and green paper!

 

C. Activity

 

Help your child glue all the pieces in the right spot! Then, either you or your little one can write the letters of their name on the stockings!

 

They will glue them in order on the fireplace. Lastly, add some gifts to the side of the fireplace!

 


Craft #9: Santa Sensory

Here’s another sensory Christmas activity for kids! Creating Santa crafts is my kid’s favorite thing to do!

How cute is Santa’s beard? We love using choo choo wheels in crafts.

 

santa sensory craft

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

art trays

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B. Set-up

Paint the pasta noodle individually, or you can place them in a ziplock bag, add some acrylic paint and shake it up! For the rice, you can use this method!

 

Dump out the noodles/rice on an art tray and let them dry. You may need to use a paintbrush and get the spots where the paint didn’t reach!

Lastly, on a piece of cardboard, draw and paint Santa!

 

C. Activity

 

Once the noodles and rice are dry, add a little bit of glue down and add some rice to the hat and Santa’s nose.

 

Then, glue on the wheels individually on Santa’s beard! Lastly, add some googly eyes, and you have a sensory Santa craft!

 


Craft #10: Candy Cane Craft

 

Whether or not you are a fan of how candy canes taste, this is a fun Christmas activity for kids!

 

Plus, it’s super easy to pull off too. If you are looking for a quick and easy Christmas craft, this one is for you.

 

candy cane craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

B. Set-up

 

Create a candy cane shape out of paper. We used both red and white paper. Then, paste the candy cane onto another sheet of paper.

 

Dump some white and red paint into a paint tray.

 

C. Activity

 

Have the kids place a craft pom inside a clothespin so it’s easy to dab into the paint. Then, have them create stripes on the candy cane with the pom! That’s it, such an easy and fun Christmas activity.

 


Craft #11: Christmas Color by Code

 

What’s better than FREE around the holidays? Nothing, right?

 

My Christmas color by code activity is fun, and it’s a great way to get the kids working on numbers!

 

christmas color by code printable

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • crayons
  • markers
  • Christmas color by code

 

Click HERE for your Christmas Color by Code Printable.

 

B. Set-up

 

Print out the pages and grab your coloring supplies!

 

C. Activity

 

Have your kids use the color key at the top of the page to color in the picture. They can tell you the number and the color. See if they can find all the numbers on the sheet and color them the correct color!

 

RELATED: Holiday Resources

 


Craft #12: Candy Cane Counting

Candy canes are a staple Christmas item, aren’t they?

 

I thought it would be fun to create a play and learn craft that worked on some gluing skills! My little guy just loves anything dealing with glue.

 

candy cane counting

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

easel paper

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B. Set-up

 

Draw a bunch of candy canes on the easel paper! Then, cut strips of different colored construction paper to fit on the candy canes. By drawing, write a number next to it!

 

C. Activity

 

Your children will use the strips you cut out to paste onto each candy cane you drew. They should look at the number near the candy cane to know how many strips to put on each one!

RELATED: How to Teach your Toddler Numbers

 


Craft #13: Christmas Tree Handprint Art

 

I am such a sucker for handprint art. How cute is this Christmas activity for kids?

 

There are so many fun little holiday art supplies that kids can use to decorate the trees!

 

christmas tree handprint art

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

B. Set-up

 

Trace your child’s hand on green paper. Tip: I place multiple sheets under, so I just have to cut it out once.

 

Create tree trunks out of brown paper and paste them on the hands at the bottom.

 

C. Activity

 

Have your little ones glue on some fun Christmas-themed supplies! They can fingerprint some ornaments on or glue on some buttons or poms!

 

Hang this up and keep it for years to come. Looking back at their handprints is so cute. It’s such a great memory to keep!

 


Craft #14: TP Roll Christmas Crafts

 

Toilet paper roll crafts are really fun, and they always turn out super cute.

 

The best thing about them, too, is that you ALWAYS have them on hand! So all you need is a few craft supplies, and you are set.

 

TP Roll Activities

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

craft TP rolls

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B. Set-up

 

Paint one TP roll green, one brown, and one white.

 

C. Activity

 

a. Snowman– To create the face, glue googly eyes on, cut out a small orange triangle from cardstock for a nose, and draw in a smile with a Sharpie. Add on some buttons and wrap a pipe cleaner around its neck for a scarf. Lastly, hot glue a pipe cleaner to the top of the roll and two poms for ear warmers.

 

b. Reindeer– Glue on googly eyes and a red pom for the nose. Use brown pipe cleaners to create antlers and hot glue them on the inside of the roll. To make the antlers, cut one long stick and attach two small ones to the long one!

 

c. Tree– Hot glue craft lights (hobby lobby) or poms to the roll. If you grab lights, you can connect them by drawing strings to each. Place a mini bow on top!

 


Craft #15: Santa Beard Cutting Craft

 

This is a great Christmas activity for kids to practice cutting skills!

 

Plus, it’s just cute and fun for the kids to do. They will love cutting Santa’s beard.

 

santa beard cutting craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

kids scissors

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B. Set-up

 

Create some Santa faces using paper! Then, place the face on top of a white piece of paper so you can see how long you should make the beards.

 

Make the beards and attach them to the face using a glue stick. Draw lines (straight, zig-zag, curvy, etc.) on each beard.

 

Make Santa’s hat using red paper and glue on a pom at the end of each hat!

 

C. Activity

 

Have the kids try their best to cut along the lines to cut Santa’s beard! What a fun craft activity and craft for kids!

 


Craft #16: Hot Chocolate Craft

 

There’s nothing like a cup of hot chocolate on a cold winter day, right?

 

This Christmas activity for kids is PERFECT because it involves a little treat!

 

hot chocolate craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

B. Set-up

 

On a piece of cardboard, draw and paint a coffee cup!

 

C. Activity

 

The kids can decorate the cups however they want. They can use stickers, gems, or any other fun Christmas-themed supplies you have at home.

 

They can create faces on the cups or just add designs! Lastly, they can add some mini marshmallows in the hot chocolate or even a candy cane!

 


Craft #17: Gingerbread Making Craft

 

Tray play activities are perfect for your little ones at home or with a larger group of children!

 

Every time I set up a tray play craft activity, the kids will create at least 3 or more of them! It’s so cute how they want to come up with different ideas each time.

 

gingerbread play tray

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

art tray

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B. Set-up

 

Create a tray or have separate bowls for different supplies. Make sure to have a way to put all the objects on with (glue or glitter glue).

 

C. Activity

 

Let the kids create their own gingerbread men! They can get as creative as they want by making fun designs and adding different items to their gingerbread men.

 


Craft #18: Bowl with Frosty

 

Think your kids may get restless during the party doing a bunch of crafts? Snowman knockdown is a perfect way to keep the kiddos who love to be active happy!

 

This is a great way to work on rolling and aiming skills as well. Depending on how old your children are, you can make it as easy or as challenging as you want!

 

snowman bowling

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

fake snow balls

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B. Set-up

 

Create the snowman eyes and mouth using a Sharpie and cardstock paper for a nose! You can create 6 or 12!

 

C. Activity

 

Have your little one roll the fake snowball at the cups to try to knock them over! You can place a cone or some painter’s tape on the floor so they know where to start from. They can start close and then back up if they need a challenge.

 

RELATED: ENTERTAINING Indoor Activities for Kids

 


Craft #19: Paper Plate Santa

 

It’s honestly amazing what you can do with a simple paper plate. The number of activities is endless!

 

I love these kinds of supplies! It’s the best when you have all the supplies on hand!

 

paper plate santa

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

B. Set-up

 

Paint 3/4 of the paper plate with the beige acrylic paint. Then, paint the top and a little of the side with red acrylic paint for the hat. Cut two circles for the eyes with the cardstock paper!

 

C. Activity

 

Once the paint dries, paint on a red nose. Then, glue the eyes and the cotton balls on. Glue the cotton balls at the bottom of the hat and for a beard!

 


Craft #20: Rudolf Sensory Craft

 

Here is a fun way to use some colored rice in a craft!

 

The kids love sprinkling the rice onto the craft! It’s a wonderful sensory activity for kids.

 

rudolf sensory craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

acrylic paint set

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B. Set-up

 

To color the rice, you will dump some in a ziplock bag. Next, add some acrylic paint to the bag. Then, you’ll shake it up to make sure it covers all the rice inside the bag.

 

You’ll dump it out onto an art tray that has parchment paper on it (easier clean-up). Then, wait for it to dry (only 30 minutes or so!)

 

C. Activity

 

Create a reindeer shape out of brown construction paper. Create Rudolf’s red nose and add some eyes! Paste the shape onto a white piece of paper.

 

Once the rice is dry, add a little bit of glue to Rudolf’s face. Then, the kids can sprinkle the brown rice on.

 

Lastly, if you want to create rainbow rice, follow the directions above but with every rainbow color. Then, add it to the antlers to look like lights!

 


Craft #21: Paper Christmas Tree Craft

 

Looking for a simple Christmas activity for kids? This is such a fun and cute one!

 

This Christmas tree was one of my son’s favorite projects that we have done!

 

paper Christmas tree craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

B. Set-up

 

Cut strips of paper that are different sizes. The kids will be organizing them on paper from longest to shortest!

 

C. Activity

 

The kids will paste on the strips of paper according to size to look like a tree! We used two colors of green paper. Once they are done, they can add a star on top and Christmas buttons for the ornaments!

 


Craft #22: Reindeer Sponge Painting

 

I love using sponges for art projects! They can make so many different shapes and characters!

 

We made Rudolf by creating a simple circle out of a sponge!

 

reindeer sponge craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

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B. Set-up

 

Create a circle shape on a sponge with a Sharpie and cut it out.

 

C. Activity

 

Dip the sponge into brown paint and make prints on white paper! Then, add googly eyes, hot glue a red pom in the middle to be the nose, and draw antlers on using a brown marker!

 


Craft #23: Snowglobe Craft

 

You can’t forget about Frosty the Snowman on Christmas!

 

This Christmas activity for kids is SO much fun! They will love making their own snowglobes.

 

snowglobe craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

B. Set-up

 

Create a circle shape out of blue paper and a base out of white paper. Use a glue stick to glue these parts together to make the globe.

 

Then, create a snowman shape out of white paper. Lastly, make a hat shape out of black paper!

 

C. Activity

 

Draw on some eyes, add a nose, mouth, buttons and use a pipe cleaner to be the scarf for the snowman!

 

Glue on the snowman towards the bottom of the blue area of the globe. Then, the kids can add snow to their globe by using Q-tips to dab on some snow or snow confetti!

 

Lastly, you can create some Christmas lights at the bottom of the globe by finger painting using washable paint!

 


Craft #24: Christmas Tree Name Craft

 

Here’s one more name craft idea for you that is simple and fun for kids!

 

Using a Q-tip to paint is one of our go-to activities! It’s an easy tool for the kids to use, and we always have them on hand.

 

christmas tree name craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

B. Set-up

 

Cut the number of triangles out that you need to make your child’s name. Also, cut a tree trunk out!

 

Have your little one write the letters of their name on the triangles, or you can do this part for them.

 

C. Activity

 

The kids will glue on the triangle pieces in the correct order to build their name. Then, they will add the tree trunk at the bottom!

 

They will use Q-tips and dip them in paint to create ornaments for their tree. We used red and green, but you can use as many colors as you’d like!

 

Lastly, add a star on top of the tree!

 


Craft #25: Reindeer Paper Plate Craft

 

This reindeer paper plate craft is one of our ALL time favorite Christmas crafts we have ever done!

 

I love when kids can play with the crafts afterward. They get more into creating when they know they can play with it when it’s done!

 

reindeer paper plate craft

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

 

B. Set-up

 

Paint a paper plate brown using acrylic paint. Once it’s dry, cut a hole at the top so the kids can see through!

 

C. Activity

 

Trace the kid’s hands-on brown construction paper and use hot glue to glue them to the top of the plate. These will be the reindeer’s antlers!

 

Glue a popsicle stick on the back of the plate so the kids can hold it up to be a mask! Lastly, hot glue a red pom in the center of the plate to be Rudolf’s nose!

 


Craft #26: Gingerbread Paper Craft

 

This paper gingerbread craft is the cutest! The kids will love making the gingerbread outfits!

 

These cuties would go perfectly with craft number 5 that I shared up above.

 

gingerbread paper craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • paper
  • washable paint
  • Q-tips
  • mini bows
  • scissors
  • glue stick
  • mini bells
  • buttons
  • poms
  • googly eyes

 

B. Set-up

 

Create gingerbread people out of brown paper and cut them out!

 

Make the outfits out of green and red paper. Then, measure up how big the gingerbread people are to know how big to make the clothes.

 

C. Activity

 

Make faces for each one adding googly eyes, checks, and a mouth!

 

Have the kids glue on their outfits add on some details like poms, bells, or even paint on them using Q-tips!

 

Lastly, make white squiggly lines on the head, arms, and legs to be the frosting to them. These turn out to be the cutest Christmas craft!

 


Craft #27: Tree Cutting Cards

 

Do you like making homemade cards? These cards are EASY and fun!

 

It’s the perfect Christmas craft that kids can do pretty much on their own.

 

tree cutting cards

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • white paper
  • construction paper
  • scissors
  • glue stick
  • glitter glue
  • poms
  • buttons
  • glue

 

B. Set-up

 

Cut a white sheet of paper in half. Also, cut some triangles out of green and red paper (they need to be a few different sizes).

 

C. Activity

 

The kids will cut little slits at the bottom of each triangle. Once they are done with that, they will paste them from largest to smallest to make a tree.

 

They can flip up some of the edges to make them stand out a little bit! Then, the kids can add glitter glue, poms, or buttons to be the ornaments for the tree.

 


Craft #28: Wreath Sensory Craft

 

Here’s a simple sensory Christmas craft that is perfect for kids or adults!

 

Making these wreaths would be great at a holiday party.

 

wreath sensory craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • white paper
  • bow tie/ spiral noodles
  • acrylic paint
  • ziplock bag
  • parchment paper
  • art tray
  • poms
  • paintbrush
  • glue
  • hot glue

 

B. Set-up

 

Paint the pasta noodle individually, or you can place them in a ziplock bag, add some acrylic paint and shake it up!

 

Dump out the noodles on an art tray and let them dry. You may need to use a paintbrush and get the spots where the paint didn’t reach!

Lastly, on a piece of white paper, draw and paint a wreath.

 

C. Activity

 

Once the noodles are dry, have the kids glue them on the wreath. We created a bow tie noodle wreath and a spiral noodle wreath.

 

After the noodles are glued on, grab a hot glue gun to add on the poms. The adult should do this step if you are doing this with little ones.

 

Add a red bow tie noodle to the top of each wreath for the bow, and you have the beautiful Christmas wreath craft.

 


Craft #29: Fingerprint Trees

 

My kids love to do finger painting activities. I love it too because their prints are so darn adorable.

 

This Christmas craft is a wonderful keepsake to remember. Don’t forget to add the date to it when you are done!

 

fingerprint tree craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • cardstock paper
  • washable paint
  • glue stick
  • scissors
  • cotton balls
  • glue

 

B. Set-up

 

Draw and cut out a few tree shapes from green and brown paper. Then, have the kids paste them together on the blue paper.

 

Lastly, draw some black lines to be the light strings on each tree.

 

C. Activity

 

The kids will dip their fingers in paint and make colored lights on each string! Have a paper towel nearby so they can just wipe off their finger for a new color.

 

They can add snow at the top of the page by using white paint.

 

At the bottom of the page, add some glue, and they can spread out cotton balls to look like fluffy snow!

 

RELATED: Winter Activities for Kids


Craft #30: Marshmallow Snowman Craft

 

This had to be one of my son’s most favorite crafts we have ever done together!

 

Bringing the mini marshmallows in worked like a charm!

 

marshmallow snowman craft

 

How to do this activity

 

A. Materials you need

  • paper
  • mini marshmallows
  • buttons
  • glue
  • glue stick
  • marker

 

B. Set-up

 

Draw a snowman shape on paper and create the accessories for the snowman out of construction paper (hat, nose, scarf, and arms).

 

C. Activity

 

Have the kids use a glue stick to attach all the pieces of the snowman. Then, they will add buttons using regular glue.

 

You can either outline the snowman in glue, or you can cover the entire belly. Then, your little one will stick mini marshmallows on to cover the glue.

 

This is such a fun Christmas and winter craft to try with the kids.

 


Final Thoughts and Conclusions

 

I hope you found some magical Christmas crafts that you can try this holiday season!

 

Christmas is the best time of year to craft. You’ll make such fun memories doing these crafts together!

 

I’d love to hear about some Christmas crafts that you have done with kids. Also, what activities or traditions do you do at home? Please share with our community!

 

Happy Holidays!

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