Christmas time is here and it’s time to channel our holiday spirit through our annual holiday traditions. What better way to celebrate the season than crafting with your little ones! We found this resource at
countryliving.com that shows super, simple ways to get creative with at-home holiday crafts.
Snowflake Ornament Craft
Have your kiddos create a colorful and bright ornament using popsicle sticks, markers, stickers and gems. You can make different snowflake shapes by placing your popsicle sticks in any direction and create each ornament in its own unique way. Check out www.thebestideasforkids.com to get a step-by-step tutorial.
Let your toddler pick out any color of construction paper and let them decorate the Christmas card however they would like. Help them out by writing a nice, Christmas-themed note on the inside and allowing them to decorate the card with stickers, glitter, and colorful markers.
Paper Plate Christmas Tree Craft
Have you kids cut, color, and decorate paper plates in order to make them look like the Christmas tree of their dreams. Help them out by gluing each part of the Christmas tree together. Don’t forget to let your toddler add sparkle and shine to their craft by placing a star on the top of their Christmas tree. Check out iheartcraftythings.com to get a step-by-step tutorial.
Handprint Santa Craft
Try out this hands-on craft (literally!) at home with your toddlers. Trace your child's hand and cut it out. Turn the hand upside down so the fingers are facing down and glue cotton balls on the fingers to create a Santa beard! Check out www.thebestideasforkids.com to get a step-by-step tutorial.
Toilet Paper Roll Snowman Craft
Use supplies that you can find around the house with this super cute and easy craft for your toddler. Have your little one paint the toilet paper roll white and then have them decorate their snowman however they want! Check out www.easypeasyfun.com to get a step-by-step tutorial.
Christmas Themed Coloring Pages
Coloring crafts are always a must during the holiday season. Check out these free printable coloring pages that are perfect for your toddler at www.crayola.com.
Pasta Christmas Tree Card
Help your little one paint different types of pasta with different shades of green and red. Glue them onto the front of the Christmas card and put them in an order that you would like. Have your toddler decorate the front around the Pasta Christmas tree and inside the card. Check out www.thebestideasforkids.com to get a step-by-step tutorial.
These are just a few ideas but the possibilities are endless!
<3 Happy Holidays from Eli & Ali Baby