Deck the halls and infuse the holiday spirit with these awesome Christmas crafts for kids!
The most magical time of the year is upon us. And what better way to get into the holiday spirit than by diving headfirst into this collection of festive crafts? Filled with over 50 Christmas crafts tailor-made for our little ones, from the tiniest tots to the craftiest teens, these projects are made to spark joy and ignite the twinkling spirit of the holidays!
In this merry compilation, you’ll find a treasure trove of whimsical ornaments. But these crafts aren’t just about the end product—they’re about the journey. The joy of creating memories and the sheer delight of crafting something truly special!
Whether your kids dream of crafting their own North Pole-inspired masterpieces or aspire to add a personal touch to the holiday decor, these crafts are the perfect opportunity to explore, create, and celebrate the season in style.
And fear not, busy parents and guardians, for these projects are not only festive and fun but delightfully easy to make! This ensures that the merry moments outweigh any holiday hustle.
Christmas Crafts For Kids
Gather ’round your table, grab your glitter, ribbons, and paintbrushes, and get to crafting with your little ones!
If you’ve got toilet paper rolls piled up in your house somewhere, this is the perfect time to recreate these stunning Christmas tree forests for your holiday decor with the kids!
Can’t have a complete Christmas decor without Rudolf and his reindeer friends to pull Santa on his sledge!
Toilet paper rolls are one of the easiest materials to come by. Now you just need a few more materials so you and your kids can get to designing these adorable Christmas icons!
Who doesn’t love gingerbread cookies? But who says they’re only for eating? They make cute Christmas decor to DIY with your kids too!
These hedgehog pompoms are the cutest! How can I resist not making them with the kids?
These pinecone reindeer are utterly adorable! Aside from the pinecone, all you need are some felt and googly eyes to achieve this with your kids!
If you want to do some arts and crafts with your kids for the Christmas season but don’t want to do anything time-consuming, this is for you!
I love these heartwarming, easy to DIY ornaments! The best part? You can put your kids’ faces on these cute decorations for more sentimental value!
These homemade clay ornaments aren’t just fun for the kids, but you get to have some Christmas decor that’ll make your heart melt too.
If you’ve got a lot of cardboard boxes lying around and don’t know what to do with them, these advent calendars might be the perfect Christmas craft for you and the kids!
Here are more crafts you can do with your cardboards! These gingerbread men are so cute and so easy to create!
The cutest thing about these sock snowmen is that you can do miniature versions of you and your kid using your and their socks.
Adorn your Christmas tree with these gorgeous DIY yarn-wrapped star ornaments! Your kid will surely light up once they get to hang these around your Christmas tree!
Pinecones are so quintessential Christmas and what cuter way to use them than as these adorable pinecone snowmen?
If you want to make something a bit more subtle for your Christmas ornaments, you should definitely consider making these snowman hats! All you need are some paint, yarn, felt, and popsicle sticks.
Get as creative as you can with your salt dough ornaments! Just imagine the cuteness overload your kids will come up with with these crafts!
Hot cocoa really instantly makes everything cozier, so why not use them as your Christmas decor this year too?
What better way to countdown the days to Christmas than this DIY snowman calendar?
If you and your kids love to celebrate the holiday season by getting cozy on the couch and watching your favorite Christmas movies, then these Christmas popcorn boxes would suit you guys so well!
The possibilities you and your kids can design with these adorable cornstarch dough ornaments! You can try out different Christmas icons and shapes or do something a bit more unique for you and your family!
Felt is another common material when DIY-ing your Christmas decorations with your kids. They’re easy to come by and you can practically do anything with them!
Whether you love the look of celestial bodies or just want to incorporate a starry theme into your holiday decor, these felt moon tree ornaments are the perfect addition!
These DIY decorative mints are sure to add a pop of color to your festive decorations throughout the holiday season!
One of the best ways to make use of your popsicle sticks is by recreating these colorful gingerbread houses! The best part? You can design them any way you want!
One of the great things about these pom-pom ornaments is that they require so little time to make. So even if you’re a busy parent or guardian, you can easily squeeze in some crafting time with your kids!
This Santa Claus popsicle stick is utterly adorable and would perfectly fit on any Christmas tree!
Nothing’s cozier than the feel and taste of a hot cup of cocoa. Just looking at this already warms up the cold holiday season!
This is such a creative way to use pinecones! If you’re doing a cottagecore-themed Christmas decor or something a bit more rustic and farmhouse, you’ll love this!
This cardboard candy cottage is so cute it looks good enough to eat!
Even if you don’t see yourself as someone creative, these popsicle snowmen are easy enough to recreate with your kids!
Aren’t these just the most adorable holiday ornament for your Christmas tree? As a substitute, you can also put your family photos inside the gingerbread house.
These DIY wreaths are not just beautiful, but extra special since they’re made from your kids’ handprints!
Instead of buying store-bought ornaments for your Christmas tree, make things more special by DIY-ing it with the kids!
Another one of the easiest crafts to do on this list is these folded paper Christmas stars! You literally only need one material to recreate a bunch of these!
Whether you or your kids have a sweet tooth, having these reindeer cups will make collecting holiday candy a lot easier!
These paperball reindeer crafts are so cute! You can place these around your house to give every space a festive feel!
DIY-ing with your kids doesn’t always have to mean crafting decorations that look like they made it in their art class. These wood beads are elegant and chic and you can make them with your kids!
These Christmas soldier popsicle stick ornaments are not just cute, but they make great holiday decor too! All you need is some paint and you can get as creative as you like with the kids!
This cardboard reindeer would make such cute holiday decor above your Christmas mantle!
Simple and so easy to do, these mini cranberry wreaths are as gorgeous as they are so much fun to make with the kids!
Who doesn’t love receiving candy canes during Christmas? But aside from the edible ones, you can use these as ornaments for your tree as well!
Aside from crafts, you can also create art with your kids like these sweet handprints and footprints paintings!
Aren’t these wood-slice ornaments just utterly cute? You can include all your favorite woodland creatures here!
These wrapped yarn ornaments would be perfect for a rustic-themed holiday decor!
Popsicle sticks are so easy to work with and they’re so versatile. You can shape them into Christmas trees with your kids and decorate your Christmas tree with them!
Salt dough is another material so fun to work with! You can mold them into fun Christmas shapes to decorate your house with!
This is probably my favorite Christmas DIY decor you can do with the kids. Just look at how cute these Santa beards are!
Make every day of the Christmas season a lot more fun by creating these advent pouches! You can put tiny surprises of delight inside these to give to your kids and family.
Here’s another Christmas tree popsicle stick you can do with your kids. This one has glitter and shimmer so your decor can sparkle!
I’m loving these recycled Christmas candles. They will make cute centerpieces for your mantle and your dining and coffee table.
Got extra noodles somewhere in your pantry? Well, you can use them for your crafting sessions with your kids for the holidays!