Homemade Christmas Ornaments for Kids Kid-approved, homemade Christmas ornaments. Create a new family tradition with these creative and easy craft ideas for the holiday season.
Homemade Christmas Ornaments for Kids
How do you decorate your tree? We have many ornaments from our travels. When we go somewhere, we try to pick up an ornament. In my research for this post, I saw another Christmas Tradition held by many of you. You guys hand make an ornament every year. How cool is that? Whether your ornaments are all the same color, come from your journey’s afar or are something your family sits down to craft every year, chances are you will find an ornament from your or to give from all of these ideas!
Happy crafting and Merry Christmas!
Hello Wonderful has the most adorable upcycled ornament creation. Recycle plastic cups make these cute peg doll snow globe ornaments.
This Peppermint Christmas Ornament DIY project from Aimee Mars is simple and fun, which makes it a great holiday activity for kids. Also see this project in our DIY Christmas Gifts.
Peel and stick rhinestones transform clear plastic ornaments into colorful, festive homemade ornaments. I think a little girl would love this craft from White House Crafts.
Snowy days… Sunny days or snowy days, these Sesame Street Ornaments from Hey Let’s Make Stuff are too cute not to share! Who woudn’t love Elmo and Cookie Monster on your tree?!
A simple spin on a classic from The House that Lars Built. Make these adorable clothespin people ornaments to warm your Christmas tree, it would be so fun to feature the whole family! .
Care to monogram a tree with everyone’s initials? perhaps need an easy and fun gift for friends. These pom pom ornaments from Merriment Design are so easy and festive!
So simplistic and cute. I love the mix of patterned paper in this bead and paper Christmas Tree Ornament from Kids Craft Room.
This ornament is beautiful and can be done is minutes – a twig and ribbon is all that is needed for this Christmas tree ornament from Fireflies and Mud Pies.
Make these cute little ornament garland friends from Handmade Charlotte to decorate your home for the holidays!
This ornament takes my back to my childhood. Learn how Housing a Forest makes this beaded snowflake ornament.
Smile! Frown! Stick out your tongue. How silly are these emoji ornaments from A Subtly Revelry.
Easy, peasy, and fun. Not only the name of this blog but also the description of this homemade yarn Christmas tree ornament.
Fill your ornaments with tasty bites, just don’t eat them! These sprinkle ornaments are from Gimme Some Oven.
Have extra tea lights? If so, make these adorable Tea Light Snowmen Ornaments from One Little Project.
Maybe One Little Project should change their name to Two Little Projects because they also have these timeless Popsicle Stick Christmas Tree Ornaments.
We shared this Stained Glass Nativity Ornament in our Sunday School Printables post. You can print yours on True Aim.Kid-approved, homemade Christmas ornaments. Create a new family tradition with these creative and easy craft ideas for the holiday season. #Christmas
My girls made this ornament for me one year in preschool. It’s one of my most cherished because it captures their little hand at that age – crying as I type. Get this hand print snowman ornament tutorial on Little Bit Funky.
This Circle Felt Christmas Tree Ornament is beautiful. I learned that Donni from The Magic Onions hand makes ornaments with her family every year!
One Perfect Day has the cutest Christmas Tree made from Cupcake Liners (their blog is down but the image is pretty self explanatory!)
These embossed yarn ornaments from Babble Dabble take a mater of minutes and add so much color to the tree.
Turn your pinecone collection into a set of DIY Christmas Pinecone Ornaments. Adorable bird, holly and snow person ornament tutorial on Handmade Charlotte.
Looking for more craft ideas this holiday season? Take a look at these DIY Christmas Wreaths. Pin to Pinterest on your Craft and Christmas boards.
Enjoy these Dollar Tree Christmas Decorations Ideas. Pin to Pinterest.
Do you have family traditions? If not, take a look at these creative Christmas Traditions to Start Right Now! My favorite is the wrapped books! Pin to Pinterest on your Christmas Board.
WHAT’S TRENDING? Looking for a few engaging activities? Grab Themed Minute to Win it Games – Traditional, New Year, Valentine’s Day, Easter & more! Use these fun activities in the office, classroom, or at your next party.
Last Updated on October 25, 2020 by Ashley at Frugal Coupon Living
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