Christmas Crafts For Children And Adults

Whether you’re crafting for kids or want a few ideas for yourself, you’re sure to find something in this quick Christmas Craft Ideas list.

  • For a fun Christmas ornament, get a Styrofoam ball and using sequin pins attach sequin a variety of colors. A hairpin stuck at the top makes it easy to hang on your tree.
  • Old Christmas cards can be turned into great ornaments. Just some ribbon and glitter is all that’s required. Punch a whole in the top and you’re ready to go.
  • Christmas Craft Ideas for Dad: Decorate a golf ball and turn it into an ornament or how about making a golf ball wreath?
  • Christmas Pine Cone Craft: Glue a festive ribbon and other embellishments to turn a pinecone into a Christmas tree ornament.
  • Instead of a Advent calendar, make a paper chain Christmas countdown. Cut out 25 paper strips and glue the chain together. Take one chain off for each day before Christmas. If you have some gold or silver paper, make that the 25th day to make it extra special.
  • Pompoms, googly eyes and pipe cleaners make it easy to turn a candy cane into Rudolph or your favorite reindeer.
  • Easy snowflake ornament. Take 3 white Popsicle sticks and glue two sticks in an X pattern, then glue the 3rd stick on vertically, to make a snowflake shape.
  • Embellish with rhinestones, sequins and more.
  • Cotton balls are a Christmas or winter craft must-have. They’re perfect for making snow, Santa’s beard and more.
  • “Finish the scene” Christmas craft: Find an old Christmas card with a winter or other scene. Glue it on a piece of paper and draw the rest of the scene on the page.
  • Make a candy cane ornament from pompons. Glue alternating small red and white pompoms into a candy cane pattern. Tie some ribbon at the top to attach to your tree.
  • A stained glass window makes a festive Christmas craft. Borders can be made with black construction paper and glue colored tissue on the back to form the glass.
  • Popsicle sticks can be very festive tree ornaments. Punch a small hole at the top and string with some gold thread. Dress up the sticks as Santa, a reindeer or a snowman using felt, pipe cleaners, pompoms and googly eyes.
  • Turn a candy pop into a reindeer. Dip in chocolate, use a candy for a nose (red for Rudolph) and pretzel pieces can be a nose.
  • Make a pinecone angel ornament. Top with a small wooden doll head, add hair and a halo made out of a gold colored pipe cleaner. Use a lace bow for wings.
  • It’s easy to make a candy tree. Just choose a Styrofoam cone shape and glue on your favorite candies.
  • Think outside the box and make a beaded ornament. Using wire and a variety of beads you can make snowflakes, trees, snowmen and more.

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