Best of Christmas Crafts to Do With Your Kids

Christmas is the time to enjoy, have fun and let your kids have a wonderful vacation. Allow them to roll up their sleeves and bring these brilliant Christmas craft ideas to life!

Melt-free Snowmen

Best of Christmas Crafts to Do With Your Kids 1 • Do-It-Yourself Ideas

Take some felt and cut out snowmen shapes. Curve out a felt top hat for decorating each snowman. On each side of every snowman you have cut out, punch a hole. Take some baker’s twine to string the pieces and they are ready to be hung.

Santa Handprint Craft

Best of Christmas Crafts to Do With Your Kids 3 • Do-It-Yourself Ideas

With a black marker, draw a hand outline on white paper. Cut it, and in the thumb area, draw Santa’s hat in black and red markers. On the hat top, glue a cotton ball or a pom-pom. To create a fuzzy beard, decorate all fingers with cotton balls or pom-poms. Glue eyes, and then draw nose and mouth with markers. You can stick this Santa handprint craft to a Christmas card, refrigerator or hang it from the Christmas tree.

3D Christmas Card

Best of Christmas Crafts to Do With Your Kids 5 • Do-It-Yourself Ideas

Take some glossy paper and cut out two circles. Bend one of the circles in half and paste one of its sides to the second circle. Cut a paper ornament topper and glue it to this circle duo’s top. On the back of the topper, attach a string. Glue the entire thing to cardstock. Tightly pull the string and fix it to the backside of the card.

Season Opener

Best of Christmas Crafts to Do With Your Kids 7 • Do-It-Yourself Ideas

Take around 35 to 40 acorns or other varieties of nuts and paint them in varied colors. Allow some time for drying. In the meantime, take a grapevine wreath and hot-glue (with a hot-melt adhesive and glue gun) leaves, pinecones, and other natural objects to it. Spray with white spray paint. Glue the nuts once the wreath dries up. Tie a ribbon, and your wreath is ready to be hanged.

Wrap Star

Best of Christmas Crafts to Do With Your Kids 9 • Do-It-Yourself Ideas

Make circle shapes in a new kitchen sponge and cut them out. Take a non-sharpened pencil, hot-glue it to a side of every circle, making ‘stamps’. After dipping the circles with the paint, decorate scrap paper, newsprint or wrapping paper with cheery dots.

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