10 Christmas Tree Crafts for Kids to Make!

10 of my favourite Christmas Tree Crafts for Kids!

10 Christmas Tree Crafts for Kids to Make - Our Little House in the Country1.  Scrap Ribbon Tree Ornament (Fireflies and Mudpies) – a delightful ornament made from scraps of ribbon and twigs!

2.  Pom Pom Painting Christmas Tree Craft fro Toddlers (Fantastic Fun and Learning) – a simple and fun Christmas activity fro very young kiddies!

3.  Marbled Christmas Tree Craft (Buggy and Buddy) – step by step instructions on how to make your very own marbled Christmas trees!

4.  Lolly Pop Stick Christmas Trees (Jenifer Boatwright for Scholastic) – a colourful and sparkly fun tree to make!

5.  Pine Cone Christmas Tree (Crafter’s Delights) – such a great use for pine cones!

6.  Pasta Noodle Christmas Tree (Crafty Morning) – such a cute idea – perfect for little ones to try!

7.  Fine Motor Christmas Tree (Sugar Aunts) – create a gorgeous Christmas Tree from egg cartons while developing fine motor skills

8.  Felt and Button Christmas Tree Ornament (Hands On As We Grow) – these would make a lovely addition to your tree as well as being the perfect keepsake for years to come.

9.  Shape Collage Christmas Tree (No Time for Flash Cards) – this is a perfect activity for home or the classroom!

10.  Paper Plate Christmas Tree Garland (1 Pure Heart) – I think we may try this to decorate our playroom!

 

For lots more Christmas Tree Crafts and Activities check out our Pinterest Board!

Have lots of festive fun!

Ciara xx

One comment

  • I love your ideas here. the twig and ribbon idea really inspired me, I’m going to do this with floristry ribbons I have with the children here at Coombe Mill over Christmas, thank you for a great idea.

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