26 Christmas Decorations kids can make

Nov 19, 2013

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26 Christmas Decorations kids can make!

These great posts came from last weeks Tuesday Tots linkup
where we featured 8 Creative Playdough Ideas for kids


Christmas is such an exciting time of year for kids. To get them in the spirit early, here are 26 fabulous Christmas Decorations that you can make with your children. Not only will you create precious memories but your children learn a lot of different skills along the way including fine motor skills, colours, patterns, creativity, language, concepts of Christmas, literacy skills, numeracy skills and more. With a huge range to choose from, there's something to suit every taste and skill level.

2. Twig Star Ornaments from Happy Hooligans 

3. Bauble made from Kids Artwork from Craftulate

4. Edible Gluten Free Spice Dough Ornaments  from Fun at Home with Kids 

5. Snowman Ornaments from Nothing if not Intentional

6. Clay Christmas Owls from Paging Fun Mums

7. Puzzle Piece Photo Frame from Buggy and Buddy

8. DIY Christmas Clay Ornaments from Boy Mama Teacher Mama

9. DIY Christmas Tree Table Decoration from Learn with Play at Home

10. Stamped Christmas Clay Decorations from My Little Bookcase

11. Recycled Christmas Angel from Sun Hats & Wellie Boots

12. Puzzle Piece Snowflake Ornament from Mama.Papa.Bubba

13. Baking Soda Clay Handprint Ornament from Mama.Papa.Bubba

14. Craft Stick Snowman Ornaments from Happy Hooligans

15. Christmas Angels Craft from Blog Me Mom

16. Sparkly Pour Paint Ornaments from Craftulate

17. Button Tree Ornaments from Childhood 101

18. Santa Handprint Ornaments from Learning to Play and Playing to Learn

19. Letter to Santa Ornament from A Little Learning for Two

20. DIY Simple Christmas Paper Lanterns from Learn with Play at Home

21. Santa Star Christmas Ornament from Buggy and Buddy

22. Simple Santa Hat Ornaments from Creative Family Fun

23. Salt Dough Ornaments from JDaniel4's Mom

24. Cinnamon Christmas Ornaments from Glittering Muffins

25. Reindeer Ornament (plus other ideas) from The Chirping Moms

26. Christmas Drawing Keepsake Bauble from Creative Play Central

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If you're after something a little less structured and more open-ended, why not let your kids loose with a Christmas Decoration Creation Station?
This was our favourite Christmas Decoration activity. :)

Now for the Tuesday Tots link-up

Please link up your great ideas for children aged 5 and under. 

Be sure to check back on all the fabulous ideas that are linked up each week starting on a Tuesday.

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Happy playing,
Debs :)

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  1. Thanks for featuring our stamped clay decorations. So many new wonderful decorations for us to try this year.

    1. No worries Jackie. They looked so great! Would make fabulous gifts for the grandparents :)

  2. So many cute ideas! Thanks for hosting this week!

  3. Oh my goodness. Too many to choose from, they're all so cute! Perhaps I should show the post to my toddler so he can pick. ;-) Thanks for all the wonderful ideas!

    1. Great idea! I often look to see which materials I already have on hand.. they're usually my number 1 choice, haha. Thanks for your comment :)

  4. What an amazing round up! We need to make some of these for our tree.

    1. Thank you! I think my tree is going to be on ornament overload this year! haha

  5. Thank you so much for featuring us in this great round-up!
    Paging Fun Mums

    1. You're welcome. That owl is A-dorable! Thanks for linking up!

  6. I can't remember if I told you or not, how much I love this collection! Thanks so much for including us, Debs! Honestly, could Christmas crafting get any more stinkin' cute? x

    1. Not with you on the job, Jackie! Every ornament you do I go, "awwwwwwwww!" haha. Thanks so much for sharing your awesome ideas with us x

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