Christmas Gifts Show: Easy Christmas Ornament Crafts for Kids to Make

These adorable ornaments are simple enough for little hands. before we begin, please check the description area first, there are listed links to the original projects and tutorial that exist in this tutorial.

DIY Easy Christmas Ornament Crafts for Kids to Make

1. Give a hand. These adorable snowmen give a new meaning to finger painting. Your kids’ hands make up the bodies and the snowy hill, and children can customize the rest with top hats and carrot noses.

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Christmas Tree Christmas Ornament Crafts for Kids to Make

2. Self-portrait. Sure, you could incorporate your kid’s school portrait into your yearly Christmas crafting, but getting your kids to draw their own representations of themselves is even more fun—especially if you make it a tradition to see how they change in their own eyes.
3. Star of wonder. These fun stars use a creative material: lollipop sticks. Just make sure you get fresh ones, not your kids’ leftovers.
4. Filtered. Watercolors elevate your typical Christmas tree craft, making a beautiful addition to your real tree.
5. Cold as ice. Turn Christmas prep into a learning experience with this icicle ornament science experiment. Borax helps create these impressive crystals, and you and your children will be amazed watching them grow.

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6. White Christmas. Help your kids mix the dough, then let them form it into any holiday shape their hearts desire, complete with funky beads to jazz them up.
7. Pining for the holidays. These pom-pom pinecones couldn’t be simpler even toddlers will end up with beautiful results.
8. Stick it. These minimalist triangle-shaped trees are easy for little hands to make and decorate. Head over to One Little Project for the full directions.
9. Feeling frosty. Plain bulbs get a major upgrade when your kids get their hands (literally) on some paint and little handprints turn into friendly snowmen.
10. Little fingers. Give your kids the thumbs-up to turn their fingerprints into reindeer. With a little red nose, these Rudolf faces couldn’t be cuter.
11. Downward spiral. These abstract Christmas trees spirals are a pretty addition to your ornament collection. You can even use the same technique for stars, crosses, and other festive shapes.
12. Spiced up. These cute gingerbread man ornaments look and smell like the real deal, but these cookie decorations meant for admiring, not eating.
13. Bottled up. Put leftover bottle caps to good use by turning them into fun snowman ornaments.
14. A cut above. These beautiful ornaments have a rustic and smell just like apple cinnamon. Your kids can help mix the dough and use cookie cutters to create hearts, stockings, or whatever inspires you.
15. Cinnamon spice. A cinnamon stick makes these DIY decorations a spicy addition to your Christmas collection. Add a few buttons to add a pop of color as your makeshift tree.
16. Glitter and glitz. No one would ever guess these gorgeous star ornaments started as lowly paper towel rolls. Help your kids glue slices together, then let them go crazy with glitter to glam up these glitzy stars.

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Easy Christmas Ornament Crafts for Kids Year 4

17. Oh deer. Help your children turn their hand prints into these quirky reindeer. Your kids will love watching how their hands grow from one year to the next. 18. Final straw. Pretty paper straws turn into gorgeous Christmas trees with this simple DIY Easy Christmas Ornament Crafts for Kids.
19. Cork it. Corks from your Thanksgiving bottles make a great base for these cute reindeer ornaments.
20. Not a creature stirring. These friendly mice will be adorable scurrying up your tree this Christmas. Swap out pretty patterned scrapbook paper for plain white if your kids want to decorate the little critters themselves.

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