I was thinking about how my crafts go in spurts, I get inspired by different things and as my son’s interests and abilities change so do the activities. If it were only up to him you’d all be getting police helicopter and fire truck ( with ladders on top, not the side) crafts every single day. Luckily we have Christmas crafts from years past to share while I try to come up with a way to make a police helicopter festive, I’ll get back to y’all when I do. In the meantime, enjoy this Christmas craft roundup!
Christmas Craft Roundup
Ice Cream Cone Christmas Trees ( above)
This adorable and delicious Christmas craft not only looks good enough to eat but also creates a beautiful visual displace for the holiday mantel.
Create a fun, festive set of holiday lights that are safe for your little ones and also environmentally friendly. Bonus – they never burn out!
Break out the salad spinner and have some fun creating these festive spin painted ornaments with your little ones.
This scrap paper stocking creates adorable memories and also is simple enough for even the tiniest hands to make.
Hang this precious holiday handprint wreath year after year to treasure the days when your babies were tiny.
And our favorite and most popular Christmas craft :
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Jenae @ I Can Teach My Child says
I’m a sucker for anything with handprints or footprints. 🙂
Kimberly N says
We do a handprint/footprint ornament every year! The kids really look forward to seeing what we’ll make and they enjoy making multiples. We keep one for our tree, but also give them to family members as well. Although lately it has been getting harder because we have done so many already.
Here’s a blog post I did about all of our handprint/footprint ornaments we’ve made:
Thanks for sharing all your great ideas!
Oh, I can so relate to the police helicopter/firetruck comment! I want to do Christmas things, and The Littlest Apple is absorbed in his world of construction trucks and firetrucks. This is all sounding so familiar!
I am seriously going to try to do a craft mash up with rescue vehicles and Christmas. I love a challenge!
Colleen - Sunrise Learning Lab says
Neat Christmas crafts! Thanks for sharing.