“Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle All The Way
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town In A One Horse Open Sleigh!”
Fa La La! ‘Tis the Christmas season and we love to decorate our house. Are you ready for some fun activities with your kids? Here are our top six easy Christmas craft ideas for kids. You can make these crafts at the last minute as well because they are very simple and quick.
What comes to your mind when you think of Christmas décor? The Christmas tree, candy canes, snowflakes, pine cones, Santa Claus, and ornaments, right? Let’s get in the mood for some Christmas crafting!
Kids love pom poms because they look very cute. First, you need to make a loop on one side of the wire, then loop the other side and tuck down both the wire ends into that loop. Yes, this is one of the easiest Christmas craft idea for kids.
Snowflakes of different colors turn out to be beautiful during the Christmas season. Take paper straws of different patterns and designs. Glue them on a small piece of cardboard and paste stickers on the top of the cardboard.
Are you a fan of Ninja Turtles? You can add them to your Christmas decor this season in a few easy steps. You will need some balls, glitter, glue, and different colored ribbon and sketch pens. Put glitter on the balls, tie the ribbon in a circular manner and give it a knot. Later, cut small circular pieces of paper and paste on to the balls to make the eyes.
These Christmas trees are not fun to make but look cute too. All you need to do is to take a white chart paper and draw a triangle on it. Color the triangle with a light green crayon. Once you have colored it, paste buttons of different colors and sizes with the help of glue. You can also cut it and paste on a cardboard and hang it on your walls or door.
Kids love all glittery and sparkly things. Glitter balls are easy to make and look beautiful too. You can keep them in a truffle glass bowl as a display decor or you can also hang them on your Christmas tree. You will need some Styrofoam balls, some glue and lots of different colored glitter. To make the glitter stay on the balls, use some spray adhesive. You can also coat it with some Elmer’s glue or fevicol.
If you want to make your Christmas tree closer to your heart, make these easy initial ornaments. You can make them with leftover pizza boxes or the cereal boxes for that matter. Kids love to paint their initials. Cut the cardboard box in the shape of the initial and let your kid paint them. To make the initials look livelier, you can paste some craft jewels onto them. You can also use the different type of sequins and buttons.
So these were some of the quick and easy Christmas craft ideas for kids. Let your kid make some of his/her favorite childhood memories. Wish you all a Merry Christmas filled with celebrations and cheer!
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