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Here is a list of different crafts my kids and I have done during the winter holidays. Some are just for fun, and some make great homemade gifts!
Plus I snuck in a couple of edible ones…
This Life-sized Cardboard Gingerbread House will always be one of my favorites!
This Felt Fashion Christmas Tree was surprising easy to make and had such a big impact!
These Birdseed Christmas Ornaments are bird-friendly and look so lovely in the yard.
These Glitter Dinosaur Ornaments are flexible (pick any animal you like!) and add pizazz to the tree.
We make a new batch of these Cinnamon Christmas Ornaments every few years. They last quite a while, but I love the way the house smells when they’re baking! Plus, we try out new shapes each time.
These Paper Cone Christmas Trees are perfect for little hands to keep busy with something you can proudly display!
You could also make snowflakes instead of Crystal Snowmen – or sparkly circular ornaments.
For littles who love paint, these Toilet Paper Roll Christmas Ornaments are about the easiest craft to set up. Hand them markers for
Strictly speaking, this is something that I do for my kids as a surprise, but if you prefer, you could involve your littles in making their own Snowy Reindeer Feet.
The great thing about Rice Krispies treats are that they are so malleable. Which makes them perfect for these Decorated Rice Kirspies Treats Christmas Trees!
Add some sparkle to your winter baking with these Elf-Sized Chocolate Chip Confetti Cookies!
I hope you’ve enjoyed this list! Let me know in the comments if you’ve tried any of them – or share with me on my Facebook page.