DIY Children’s Christmas Ornaments
Nothing says a family tree like adorable homemade ornaments that your children create. I love unpacking our Christmas decorations to find ornaments I have made with my kids. I know these are the decorations I will treasure for many, many years to come.
The one thing that stands in my way from making these creations is time and poor preparation. I either forget to go to the craft store to get the supplies, or I just don't make the time to do the craft. This year, I am starting early and am determined to have a craft afternoon or two with my boys.
Here are a few great ornaments I have my eye on.
With just a few supplies, your child can make these adorable clothespin Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer ornaments. Check out the full directions at Our Knight Life.
Are you looking for an inexpensive gift for multiple extended-family members? The Chalk Board ornaments on Eclectic Momsense are simple and quite easy for kids to help out with in the crafting process. Visit the full post for more details.
As a photographer, I am always looking for creative ways to incorporate photography into the holidays. I absolutely love and can not wait to make these Photo Canvas Ornaments from Eclectic Momsense. Each ornament costs less than $10, so they would make the perfect gift for grandparents or distant relatives.
If you are a sucker for popsicle-stick crafts. you will love this simple Snowman Ornament. Your child will enjoy choosing different-color buttons for their snowman to put their own spin on this craft.
Candy Cane Rudolph Ornaments are one of the easiest, yet most fun ornaments to make with kids. They require so few supplies and craftiness, and they always come out great, unless your kids are like mine and just have to eat them.
If you don't mind getting a little messy with paint, your kids will have a blast making Swirled Ornaments. These are a lot of fun, and they turn out great.
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