As the winter approaches, why not focus on holiday decorations in preparation for Christmas, especially when the chances to be outside are significantly dwindling. It would be even better if children are involved in the preparations.
Keeping the same in mind, the Christmas decorations we have listed for children to make, will suit children of all ages. Take care and have fun!
- Cupcake Wrapper Christmas Trees
The gorgeous holiday cupcake liners are wasted if they are only utilized for cakes! To have your kids folding and sticking cheerfully in time for the big day, whip up a few samples. Even a small ribbon loop would make a beautiful tree adornment.
- Bead Candy Canes
Candy canes with colorful stripes can be made using a few pipe cleaners and beads. Keep it quiet, but this activity is also fantastic for developing fine motor skills.
- Hanging Spiral Christmas Tree
A delightful decoration may be made while honing your scissor skills with these hanging Christmas trees. On a piece of green card, draw a spiral. Make a cut on the line. Hang from the top after decorating with stickers, pom-poms, and glitter!
- Paper Plate Angels
The ordinary paper plate may be skillfully folded into an angel that is ready for your youngster to adorn anyway they prefer.
- Threaded Popcorn Garlands
Making a very long garland to hang from the tree by threading popcorn onto a piece of cotton is a wonderful activity for a rainy day that is both relaxing and satisfying.
- Snowmen Pegs
Paint a few wooden pegs white, and then let your kids repurpose them into these beautifully cheeky snowman ornaments.