Christmas Projects - Christmas Crafts for all Ages


Christmas Projects - Kids Christmas Crafts

Christmas Crafts for Kids

Kids love to craft and this section has many wonderful ideas for children of all ages to keep them busy over the holidays.



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Gold and Silver Chenille or Pipe-Cleaner Snowflakes
These are really quick and easy crafts for kids to make and they look great nestled on the tree, as a gift topper or tie a string to several of them and hang them at different lengths in the window to add a little sparkle when the sun shines.

Fun Foam Christmas Tree Ornament
This ornament is simple to make. All you have to do is cut trees out of fun foam, then decorate with glitter, sequins and beads. This would also be a fun project for kids.

Cork Gingerbread Cookies
These look incredibly real and require absolutely no baking! These here are of course not edible, but to be used as a decoration instead.

Beaded Christmas Ornaments
Kids can make these sparkling treasures to embellish the tree.

Paper Straw Christmas Trees
These are so cute and cheerful and the kids will have lots of fun making them. Parent supervision is required for this project which is a great reason to make these as a family craft project for the holidays!

Easy Pipe Cleaner Tree Garland That Kids Can Make
Spend some family time together this year by crafting festive decorations for the tree. This is a fun idea that the whole family can participate on.

Fun Foam Santa Claus
Kids will have fun making this jolly olí elf to decorate the home for the holidays.

Cute Toilet Paper Roll Elves
These are probably the cutest elves at the North Pole and require just basic craft materials to make them. These will be definitely a fun project for the kids during the month of December

Paper Candles
These are so fun to make with just paper and glue and candles that are truly safe for kids!

Winter Birch Trees Picture
An excellent illustrated tutorial shows you how to get the kids involved creating this lovely art project for the winter.



Santa Christmas Paper Plate Craft for Kids
All you need are a paper plate, paint and cotton balls for your kids to have lots of fun making this Santa.

Cardboard Reindeer
Let the kids make a whole herd of these adorable reindeer for the holidays. A simple cutting and gluing craft that even the little ones can do.

Cornstarch Christmas Ornaments for Kids to Make
This is an easy recipe to put the cookie cutters to use. Kids can create beautiful white ornaments that can be left just so or they can embellish them as they please.

Stitched Reindeer Christmas Tree Ornament
Let the kids decorate the tree in a natural looking way. This Christmas craft helps recycle cardboard boxes into fun Christmas ornaments. Not only is this project fun but also is great for the fine motoric skills and is an inexpensive craft. All you need are cookie cutters, cardboard boxes and yarn.

Toilet Paper Roll Reindeer
How adorable are these little reindeer? What a cute recycling project for the little ones to do during the month of December. Illustrated tutorial shows you how to make them.

Christmas Peace Dove
This cute craft includes a template to print out so kids can get started right away making these doves as tree decorations or even to decorate the room or windows for Christmas.

Perler Beads / Hama Beads Gingerbread Man Ornament for Kids to Craft
Let kids use this pattern to create a gingerbread man from on a square peg board.

Cardboard Snowflakes
These snowflakes are so colorful and simple for kids to craft on a cold winterís day.

Puffy Paint Window Clings
These are so delicate and pretty and a fun embellishment that older kids can create.

Bottle Lid Snowman
Wouldnít this be a great recycling Christmas craft to do with the kids? The best part is that a minimal amount of supplies is needed for this project for a maximum amount of fun.



Cereal Ornaments
When December is cold and dreary, let the little ones create these colorful treats for the family Christmas tree to keep them in good cheer.

Sparkly Yarn Ornaments
This is a great craft to use up left over yarn and at the same time give the kids a chance to create colorful and decorative ornaments for the tree.

Elf Peg Doll Ornaments
Why not enjoy a few moments of time with the kids during the holiday season and craft these cute Christmas tree ornaments with them.

Melted Beads Ornaments
No two ornaments will ever look the same and these colorful treasures are so fun for the kids to make to decorate the tree.

Paper Mache Christmas Trees
This is a fun and easy project to keep the kids busy for a while and have a lovely looking decoration afterwards to show for it.

Wooden Sled Ornament
This cute wooden sled is a simple and fun project that parents and kids can make together to decorate the Christmas tree with.

Cardboard Snowboarding Reindeer
This is a cute paper craft project for kids to print out, cut and paste together.

Sandpaper Gingerbread Ornaments
Sandpaper has such a texture that one could really mistake it for real cookies. This is a cute project to get the kids involved in decorating the tree for the holidays.

Tissue Paper Trees Picture
Arenít these so pretty and colorful? This project will surely be a lot of fun for the kids and keep the little hands busy and happy during the holidays.

Egg Carton Snowman
Isnít this just the cutest idea and every bit of the snowman is made using the egg carton!




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