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Retro Tissue Tree

Burlap Crepe Paper Tree A Retro Tissue Tree is a wonderful homemade Christmas decoration that your kids and you get to make together. Crafts for Christmas that involve the whole family are a blast, and they're meaningful too. Your crepe paper tree can be a variety of colors and can really brighten up a living space. Doable crafts for preschoolers that look so festive and put together will hang around for quite a while. Christmas craft ideas like this one can really make a house a home this holiday season.


Button Christmas Tree

Button Christmas Tree This beautiful Button Christmas Tree craft is so merry and bright! Make this easy kids' Christmas craft with your tots for a simple way to celebrate the holidays. It's a great way to use up those leftover buttons you have lying around and will make a cute decoration you can hang up year after year.


Fingerprint Homemade Christmas Ornaments

Fingerprint Homemade Christmas Ornaments Give your Christmas tree a personal touch with Fingerprint Homemade Christmas Ornaments. Nothing says unique like a fingerprint, so make these homemade ornaments for a one-of-a-kind Christmas. Fingerprint art is simple and inexpensive, which means that you can make all three of these baubles without emptying your piggy bank. Give these homemade Christmas ornaments for kids as gifts to relatives, and watch as they get centrally displayed year after year. Your child's fingerprint is so versatile, so get creative!


55 Fun Kids' Craft Ideas for Homemade Christmas Decorations

55 Fun Kids Craft Ideas for Homemade Christmas Decorations Santa Claus is coming to town shortly, and your kids better get decorating! He's very attracted to homes with festive homemade Christmas decorations, especially when they're made by kids. If you need help brainstorming, you've come to the right place. Here are 55 Fun Kids' Craft Ideas for Homemade Christmas Decorations.


Angel Wings Christmas Tree

Angel Wings Christmas Tree Decorating for Christmas just got a little lovelier with kids' Christmas crafts like this one. The Angel Wings Christmas Tree is a Christmas craft for kids that is soft, sweet, and elegant. For a special touch, your little ones can add a light to their Angel Wings Christmas Tree, but this surprisingly simple craft looks just as pretty on its own. The Angel Wings Christmas Tree is a classy holiday craft that will make your home heavenly. You can never go wrong with letting your kids make gorgeous homemade Christmas decorations like this angel feather tree.


Glowing Rudolph Clay Pot

Glowing Rudolph Clay Pot Guide your guests to candy in a pot that will go down in history. The Glowing Rudolph Clay Pot is an adorable Christmas craft for kids that is just wonderful. You would even say it glows. You will have a great time making your red-nosed pot as you paint the one all the reindeer love. This project is great for older kids or for the whole family to create. There's nothing better than gathering together on a snowy night to drink hot chocolate and craft a glowing pot pal.


Super Simple Santa and Rudolph Ornaments

Super Simple Santa and Rudolph Ornaments Some of the most precious homemade Christmas ornaments are the most simple to make. Fun Christmas crafts for kids don't need to be complicated, and that is proven by the Super Simple Santa and Rudolph Ornaments. These easy Christmas crafts can be made by all ages, but somehow they still look spectacular. Not only are they simple to make, but they also have a very uncluttered look, making them the perfect display piece. Your little ones can give these charmers as gifts or hang them on the family tree for a cheerful holiday season.


Homemade Christmas Gift Box Wreath

Homemade Christmas Gift Box Wreath Present your guests with presents before they even walk in the door. Opening toys is extra fun, but wrapping gifts is fun too. As an original way to welcome the holidays, make a Homemade Christmas Gift Box Wreath for your door. Art projects for kids which practice fine motor skills like wrapping are great ways to have fun while developing an important skill. This craft is also really great for teens because you can easily wrap gifts, so then you can concentrate instead on choosing an adorable color scheme and unique ways to wrap the presents.


Hot Chocolate Ornament

Hot Chocolate Ornament The Hot Chocolate Ornament is one of the most adorable homemade Christmas ornaments for kids to make. Your kids can hang the Hot Chocolate Ornament on the Christmas tree, or save it as a special treat for a frosty night. Your little ones can also hand out these festive ornaments as homemade Christmas gifts. To give this ornament as a gift, they can hide it inside a holiday mug. Just don't let your kids forget to tell their relatives that the sweet little snowman is actually a treat they can eat.


Handprint Art Santa Jars

Handprint Art Santa Jars If you love bringing out Christmas keepsakes when you decorate for the holidays, these Handprint Art Santa Jars are an absolute must-make. Not only do these Christmas crafts for kids allow you to preserve your little ones' tiny prints, but they also serve as a charming homemade Christmas decoration you'll love to show off year after year. Handprint Art Santa Jars also make great homemade Christmas gifts for teachers and relatives. No matter how you use them, these Mason jar crafts are keepers!


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