Get out the scissors, paint and glue and get their imaginations roaring. In my house, we craft almost every weekend but our favourite time of the year is the Holidays. We start decorating our house on November 1st and by Christmas my house is full of my kid's beautiful, imaginative & festive creations
Using your child’s hand and foot print, you can make this Santa and Reindeer salt dough ornaments. The lovely thing about this is that when you get out the ornaments every year you can see how much their hand or foot size has grown!
Make some decorations for your windows in the shape of Christmas trees, angels or candy canes. Get your child to stick coloured pieces of tissue paper onto clear contact and cover it with another sheet of clear contact when done
A cute little craft to do with your toddler to teach them colour, pattern and threading! Use the candy canes to decorate your tree and you won’t need to worry about them getting eaten!
Check out this amazing craft we found by The Creative Jewish Mom- The drinking straw menorah, with Q-tip to boot! This little menorah is cute as can be, and a great gift, so make a bunch. Kids can enjoy "lighting" a new candle each day of Hanukkah,
Handmade Christmas cards are the best! Have a card making session with the kids and see what you can come up with. These Christmas cards are so easy to make using ribbon, shape punches and paper stock.
Kids love to play with Christmas slime in their favorite slime colors! Slime making is even more fun when you add in glitter and Christmas colors. We have quite a few Christmas activities to share, and we are always adding more.
Do you have leftover paper plates from Halloween and Thanksgiving parties? Reuse them by creating this colorful craft. Paint the plate green and add fun pom poms for a Christmas tree imitation.
Help your child create a piece of holiday decor they will be proud to hang on the front door. Trace their hands on a piece of paper, cut them out and fashion them into a circle. Add any extra details you want, such as berries or bows.
Colorful and glittery Popsicle Stick Snowflake Ornaments. If you’re looking for a fun craft to do this Christmas season, then these pretty snowflakes made with craft sticks will surely be a hit in your house!
This popsicle stick Santa, Elf and Reindeer craft is fun and easy for kids to make, and will look so cute hanging on your Christmas tree. All you need to make them are popsicle sticks, paint and a few odds and ends from the craft room.