Holiday Art Projects
- Egg Carton Christmas Tree
This Egg Carton Christmas Tree is one of our favorite holiday crafts that uses recycled materials. Don’t forget to add a piece of fabric ribbon on the top back end of the tree, so it can proudly hang on your front door or wall.
- Swirly Ornaments
It always feels jolly to add some pops of color to your tree, and these Swirly Ornaments are certainly colorful! They’ll need to dry overnight, so you might want to try to get this one a few days before old Saint Nick comes shimmying down your chimney.
- Snow Globes
A snowy little art project that can be beautifully displayed on the windowsill, nightstand, mantel, or wherever you like. Try making a group of them in different sizes and give them a mini evergreen forest. For this winter craft, you’ll need a hot glue gun, a bottle-brush tree, a mason jar with a lid, artificial snow, and ribbon or twine.
- Crafty Christmas Elf
They jingle, have adorable accessories, and have bendy limbs… they’re Crafty Christmas Elves! These baubly friends make awesome toys, decorations, stocking stuffers, etc.
- Dreidel Garland
Oh, dreidel, dreidel, dreidel… this lovely Dreidel Garland is a sweet and festive way to decorate your home for Hanukkah.
- Clothespin Reindeer
Make just one or enough to pull Santa’s sleigh! Here’s a charming little wooden reindeer craft that your kid can proudly display on your Christmas mantle, hang as an adorable ornament on your tree, or even play pretend with.
- Hanukkah Suncatcher
Celebrate the beauty of the dreidel (or any Hanukkah shape of your choosing) with this easy craft that uses paper, contact paper, tissue paper, and scissors.
- Shaving Cream Polar Bear
This Shaving Cream Polar Bear is a sensory activity and an animal-inspired craft, so needless to say it’s totally awesome. Your kiddo will absolutely love making their fluffy new polar bear friend.