Kid Made Christmas Decor
This year why not skip the big box stores and craft some one of a kind Kid Made Christmas Decorations with your family? I have gathered 15 of my favorite easy craft ideas to share with you today.
I know you are going to find a few ideas that would be perfect at your house this year. From homemade snow globes that would be adorable on your mantle or a one of a kind gift from the heart to mistletoes that will make you want to share a Christmas kiss on the cheek. I am sure you will find a few homemade Christmas ideas for the kids that will melt your heart.
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Christmas Lights Snow Globe by The Soccer Mom
This easy snow globe is a great way to capture the fun of holiday lights in a jar to enjoy anytime.
Fingerprint Ornaments by TheHappier Homemaker
These cute as can be ornaments are a great way to let the kids decorate the tree with a keepsake ornament you are sure to treasure for years.
Photo Snow Globes by The Best Ideas for Kids
Give a snow globe that has a smile inside with this cute and easy idea that makes for a great gift for family and friends!
Toilet Roll Christmas Characters by The Printables Fairy
Don’t toss your toilet rolls! Let the kids make a great craft to display on the mantle instead. This is such a cute upcycle for kids!
Paper Plate Angels by Red Ted Art
Turn a paper plate into something adorable with this kid friendly craft idea. Kids are going to love making and sharing these decorations.
3D Paper Trees by Raise Curious Kids
Does your Christmas village need a few trees? Why not have the kids make these to add just the right touch to your scene!
Clothespin Wreath by Kids Activities Zone
This wreath makes for a great way to add a little kid made decor to your door! This is easy and affordable for a fun craft to make with the kids.
Felt Christmas Trees by Living Life and Learning
These easy trees are just the thing to make with your kids this year. They can add their own touches for a one of a kind kid made Christmas decoration.
No Sew Canvas Trees by Living Life and Learning
This project makes for some really cute canvas trees for the older kids to make and decorate. These would be an awesome gift for grandparents with kids made flair.
Grinch Pipe Cleaner Trees by Mommy Made That
Pair a craft and a movie with these easy as can be trees that only need a few basic supplies. Grinch fans are going to LOVE this idea!
Clay Candle Holders by A Mum to Mum
Clay makes for a great medium for a craft project that adds just the right twinkle to any space this holiday season.
Salt Dough Ornaments by Busy Blooming Joy
Kids are going to love this hands on decoration. They can add glitter and sparkles or paint to make them one of a kind for the tree.
Popsicle Stick Ornaments by Honey and Lime
Grab some craft sticks and let the kids create their own take on Rudolph with this easy yet fun ornament!
3 Ingredient Gingerbread Ornament Air Fresheners by This Vivacious Life
Make the house smell amazing and festive with only 3 ingredients. As a bonus; these look awesome on the tree.
Mistletoes by Mimosas and Motherhood
This mistletoe craft would be the perfect place to corner the family for a hug and kiss! Plus, it is a keepsake idea that you will cherish as they grow.
Aren’t these fun ideas for crafting with the kids this Christmas? Which of these projects do you think your family would like to make the most? The canvas trees would make a great addition to the decor and give the kids a place to decorate in their own style.
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