Many children's favorite activities center around Christmas. There is an overwhelming amount of options for entertaining children throughout the holiday season. For those who are thinking about having their children make Christmas decorations and Christmas crafts, we have compiled a list of the 30+ greatest Christmas kid's projects.

Proceed then! Look through our list of easy Christmas crafts for kids and pick the ones you want to create with your students or children.

Top 30 DIY Christmas Crafts for Kids

1. Snowflaked Stamped Bags

To decorate the front of the brown paper bags, use snowflake rubber stamps with light blue, dark blue, and white ink. Create two openings at the top of the bag using a round hole punch. Put some red and white baker's twine through each hole and secure it with a knot.

2. Pom-Pom Christmas Tree Ornament

Use a triangular template to cut out a piece of green construction paper, then glue it on the end of a craft stick. Place pom-poms over the triangles on the paper. Instead of attaching the pom-poms on a sheet of paper, you may also just hot glue them directly into the shape of a triangle tree.

3. Santa Slime

Your slime will last longer if you keep it in an airtight container. To make the Best crafts for kids, Keep in mind, too, that after a day or so, any fluffy slime will lose its "fluffiness" without losing any of its other playability.

4. Pasta Christmas Tree

While this activity is ideal for preschoolers, kids of all ages will enjoy making and using their creations. If you want your Christmas trees to stand out, you may even add glitter to them.

5. Tea Light Snowman Ornaments

View of my tea lights from the side. You can see how the "flame" bends slightly in the middle. Place the face such that the flame is atop the candle. Simply said, it improves the appearance of the carrot nose. Get out your black Sharpie and make a cute little face on the tea light. Use googly eyes if you like, however, I thought the plain black dots looked better.

6. Sparkly Icicle Craft

This glittering icicle project may be used as tree decorations during Christmas or to create a Winter show all season long. Since I haven't had time to put up our Christmas tree, I've temporarily hung our ornaments from the Wishing tree. They indeed help establish a great wintry mood.

7. Scrap Ribbon Tree Ornaments

We are very excited to offer these affordable crafts for kids and Christmas decorations ideas as gifts to our friends and loved ones. But more significantly, they taught my son the fundamentals of shoelaces. After gathering materials, have children string the ribbon ends onto the twig or cinnamon stick. Tie the ribbons in tight bundles for the greatest appearance. The ribbons will curve and overlap ever-so-slightly.

8. Christmas Tree Ornaments Wrapped with Yarn

Create the triangles by cutting cardboard.  Attach the yarn to the triangle's midpoint. The yarn may be made more secure by using glue. White school glue should be applied liberally on one side of the triangle.

9. Glittery Christmas Tree

These are very cute and would make wonderful homemade Christmas cards or holiday present for Grandma. Watercolors in blue and purple are a great place to start while working on your piece of mixed-media paper. We recommend leaving a narrow unpainted border around the edge, but it's up to you. Completely dry your paper.

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10. Fingerprint Christmas Tree

Join the Arty Crafty Kids membership to have access to our extensive collection of art and craft templates, including the Christmas Tree Fingerprint Card! Get out some white cardstock and print out that Christmas tree pattern! Layer the prints from the bottom up to achieve the desired appearance. Keep using the same application of paint until the prints fade, rather than starting again with each new print.

11. Peanut Christmas Ornaments

Using gorgeous Santa hats, these peanut Christmas decorations are another one of those CLASSIC crafts you've probably forgotten about. I'm sure we all created peanut ornaments when we were kids, but if you're like me, you've forgotten all about it by now.

12. Handprint Christmas Tree

After receiving so much positive reaction to my recent article on the autumn handprint tree, we decided to also create a handprint Christmas tree. This easy project is much more appealing because it may be used as a holiday decoration. If you're looking for a Christmas table centerpiece idea, this is it!

13. Christmas Stick Puppet Crafts

Let's have some holiday-themed puppet fun! With the included design, kids can quickly and easily types of crafts for kids to create these adorable Christmas stick puppets, and they'll have joy using them in a puppet performance or as props, as they sing along to their favorite holiday songs.

14. Paper Straw Snowflakes

Each of the vibrant hues and intricate designs is enticing. My preschooler enjoys cutting these out with scissors, which is just another reason we adore them. As part of the Creative Preschoolers' topic this week, the kids practiced cutting with scissors by making paper straw snowflakes.

15. Craft Stick Elf Ornaments

This paper elf activity is perfect for older kids to do at home or in the classroom during the holiday season. Santa's elf will be created by having them trace, cut out, and assemble several patterns.

16. Handprint Christmas Tree Cards

The warm custom of people sending one another greeting cards produced from their own hands dates back to the 15th century. Easily create beautiful handmade cards for any occasion with these 50 inspiring ideas.

17. Rudolph Reindeer Photo Ornaments

Watch the video tutorial down below to learn how to build your own Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer photo ornaments in just a few easy steps. While you're there, subscribe to our YouTube channel for more entertaining videos.

18. Pine Cone Ornaments

Make a batch of these pinecone ornaments and give them as gifts or keep them for yourself and use them to decorate your holiday tree. You might even use these as holiday gift toppers this season.

19. Handprint Wreath

Certainly, this handprint wreath is an exception. It's fun to make with the kids and may be used as a holiday decoration or given as a gift. Making a huge version and displaying it on a bulletin board would also make this a great classroom activity. You can easily construct a variation for each season by changing the colors and embellishments.

20. Paper Mickey Mouse Ornaments

You may get the Mickey Mouse Trousers printable at my TpT shop. Even without supplies, you can do this project.

21. Burlap Reindeer Ornaments

In honor of the holiday season, I've teamed together with kid bloggers from across the globe to present 10 Days of a Kid-Made Christmas: Ornaments Inspired by Books. I thought it would be fun to share this adorable Burlap Reindeer Ornament Craft that I made to go along with the charming Nordic children's book The Reindeer Wish.

22. Toilet Paper Roll Snowman

They can be thrown together in a flash and are very cute to boot! They are a wonderful addition to your Christmas tree or mantel and are a nice project for the kids to help with. First, approximately an eighth of the way down a toilet paper tube, glue two googly eyes.

23. Popsicle Stick Christmas Trees

These decorations made from popsicle sticks are So. Much. Fun. This is the perfect Christmas activity because it includes decorating a tree, which I adore doing every year. Popsicle sticks serve as the bases for your designs, which you can then embellish in any way you choose.

24. No-Sew Sock Snowman

This activity is ideal for anyone who has lost socks (which is everyone) since now you know what to do with them.

25. Bead and Pipe Cleaner Ornament Crafts

Pipe cleaners, tri-beads, and red ribbons are needed to make candy canes. Add one bead to a pipe cleaner, then fasten the end. Add red and white beads until 2/3 of the pipe cleaner is covered.

26. Christmas Tree Whirligig Craft

Again, the paper plate twirlers. You folks enjoy the Autumn Tree Twirlers (with their falling leaves - ideal for adding Thankfulness inscriptions), so it's time for a Paper Plate Christmas Tree Whirligig.

27. Grinch Slime Craft

This Grinch-inspired slime has red hearts and glitter. Make green glitter slime and read How The Grinch Stole Christmas.

28. Handprint Santa and Reindeer Craft

You'll need a few home goods and our free pattern for this activity. Download and print the Santa template. Trace and cut out your child's hand.

29. Paper Plate Christmas Tree Craft

Regular readers know I enjoy Paper Plate Crafts. We started holiday creating with this Paper Plate Christmas Tree Craft and added lacing practice. The paper plate ridge adds texture to the Christmas tree craft.

30. Christmas Popsicle Stick Craft

These Christmas Craft Sticks are entertaining and easy to create. They're ideal for elementary and preschool Christmas parties or simply for fun.

Conclusion

I hope these Christmas crafts DIY ideas for kids will surprise you and I’m sure you want to try these at home or school. So, be ready to make your Christmas memorable.

FAQs: Christmas Crafts

Q. What kids can make for Christmas?

Ans: Without Rudolph, Christmas Eve just wouldn't seem right. Christmas projects for kids where Rudolph's nose takes center stage are a huge hit with youngsters.

Q. How do you make Christmas crafts for kids?

Ans: Christmas is coming soon! Parents should think about how to make Christmas crafts for their kids. Parents can make different crafts such as Cupcake cases, Reindeer crafts, and more.

Q. How do you make easy Christmas decorations at home?

Ans: To make Christmas decorations, hang them by threading a ribbon between the two candy canes at the top. Those interested in creating the top-right wreath should: The foam wreath shape should be wrapped with white ribbon.

Q. How do you make Christmas baubles for kids?

Ans: Christmas trees are decked out with colorful baubles, which are little ornaments or inexpensive jewelry. Trinket, ornament, trifle, and toy are all words that mean similar things. Here are some more words that can be used instead of a bauble.

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