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20+ Christmas Crafts for All Ages

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Turn your home into Santa’s workshop! Even your littlest elf can help create cheerful decorations and other festive signs of the season.
20+ Christmas Crafts for All Ages

Babies and Toddlers (ages 0 to 2)

1. Toddlers will love getting hands-on (and maybe a little messy) with this simple cookie-cutter painting activity.


2. Let baby explore his sense of wonder through this holiday sensory board.


3. Use contact paper to create a simple “sticky” Christmas tree that baby can decorate on her own.


4. Little ones can play with this homemade “snow” without getting cold!


5. This simple candy-cane craft is made with just a few household materials.


6. Your child will love “building” and dressing up this adorable felt Frosty.


7. Bring the joyful sound of jingle bells into a classic painting activity.


Preschoolers (ages 2 to 6)

8. Give holiday goodies in these reindeer treat bags—a gift in themselves!


9. Preschoolers will love playing and posing for photos with a funny Santa-beard prop.


10. Add holiday fragrance all through the house with cinnamon-scented ornaments.


11. DIY ornaments don’t get any easier than these rolled-paper candy canes!


12. Transform basic paper plates into an awesome snowman garland.


13. This paper-plate Santa craft is too cute! Hang it wherever you need some ho-ho-ho.


14. Who knew that combining rice, food coloring, and glue could make these amazing wreath ornaments?


Grade Schoolers (ages 6 to 12+)

15. Looking for a way to unwind? These collage cards offer a no-stress afternoon or weekend activity for you and your kids.


16. Real candles aren’t always practical with young ones in the house. Here’s a way to capture some of that cozy glow in a kid-friendly way.


17. Kids can use a pencil to curl strips of paper into a 3D Santa beard!


18. This delicate rolled-paper wreath is a perfect craft for kids who’ve mastered their scissors skills.


19. Recycle old holiday cards into an amazing globe ornament.


20. A brown-paper bag makes a dandy “gingerbread” man decoration.

21. Use strips of paper scraps to build this clever Christmas-tree craft.

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