25 Fun Christmas Tree Crafts
Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree! It’s that time of year when we all put up our Christmas trees and festively decorate our homes. It’s also time for Christmas crafts… YAY! The kids will have an awesome time making some of the arts & crafts on this list of 25 Fun Christmas Tree Crafts for kids.
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The Christmas season is a great time to dig in and get crafty with your kids. Here’s a simple and fun Christmas Tree Craft using bubble wrap. This neat print-making craft is great for kids of all ages– toddlers will be in awe of making prints, and preschool and older children will enjoy adding sparkles and sequins to decorate the tree.
Last updated on Kids can make these easy STYROFOAM CHRISTMAS TREE TABLE TOPPERS to display on your Christmas dinner table, or on a mantel or on a window sill this holiday season. This fun and easy Christmas craft is great for kids of all ages, and will add a pop of colour to your home over the holidays.
This easy Christmas tree craft for kids is perfect for class parties. It’s also a great choice for a simple craft station at a children’s holiday event. (Disclosure: Books and Giggles is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.)
I created this Pom Pom Christmas Tree printable activity for my kids, and we had so much fun with it! The only complaint from them was that it was “too early” for Christmas stuff 🤣 The printable is free to download so you can have fun decorating some pom pom Christmas trees with your kids too!
Paper Straw Ornaments | Got straws? Then you’ve got what you need to make these adorable and impossibly easy paper straw ornaments .
Start off the holiday crafting with this adorable paper strip Christmas tree. We have recently shared a paper plate Christmas tree that makes use of yarn for the tree branches. Our craft today uses the same design except that we have replaced yarn with paper strips and added a template for your convenience.
Felt Christmas Trees are perfect if you have little hands in your home! It keeps them off of your tree and gives them their own tree to decorate over and over, as much as they want! By request, I have provided Felt Christmas Tree Patterns and cut files for the felt toddler tree, ornaments and presents!
Wach the video above to see how to make this fun Button Christmas Tree craft for kids. Make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more fun videos. This button Christmas tree craft is a fun threading activity for kids and great for practicing fine motor skills.
What do you do when your child is loving a Christmas craft so much that they want to make more and more??? Let them make a whole collection and then string them up as a Christmas garland! That’s exactly what happened with these simple Popstick Christmas Trees.
Shruti Acharya | | Get crafting to create this easy 3D Christmas Tree Pop Up Card that friends and family will fall in love with. These cards are easy for kids to make and the Pop up three-dimensional element is sure to a big hit. We love !
by – This post contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosure policy. I am so excited to share with you my favorite activity as of late (besides our LEGO Nativity Puzzles, anyway).
If you have some MINI cupcake liners left over from your holiday baking – DON’T THROW THEM OUT! I have the perfect Christmas themed kid craft idea to use up those paper cups AND make a beautiful, one-of-a-kind masterpiece at the same time!
This week I made the kids a quick and easy little activity for the holiday. We recently put our tree up and if it was up to them we’d get to decorate it everyday. So with this Christmas tree activity they can decorate their own tree as much as they want!
I love simple and easy crafts! My preschooler asked to do a craft today and I pulled this together lickity-split for her and she loved it! Dot stickers make this Paper Plate Christmas Tree so simple and extra fun for kids. What kid doesn’t love stickers, right?!
Easy Ripped Paper Tree Craft for the Whole Family is an awesome activity for all ages. Practice fine motor skills with your child without using any scissors! This is a completely safe activity. This Easy Ripped Paper Tree Craft uses only 2 materials and will be fun for all ages.
This Paper Loops Christmas Tree Craft is a fun way to add dimension and sparkle to your Christmas crafts. It takes a little work and has few more steps than most of our crafts, but I love the end result. 1. Cut 15 strips of green paper. 2.
You know those packs of coloured popsicle sticks that you can buy in the craft section at the dollar store? I keep buying them. And I’ll be honest. I have NO idea what crafts I’m supposed to do with them!? I’m a pretty crafty person, but those usually leave me pretty stumped.
My neighbor texted me a photo last week of a Christmas tree craft that had seen at a church event and thought that I might like to try with the kids. It was a 3-D cardboard tree, painted green, and covered in button ornaments. We gave the simple and festive Christmas craft a go and …
Make a festive rocking paper plate Christmas tree craft, a nice little tree that can be placed on a table or a shelf as you really can’t have too many Christmas trees! *this post contains affiliate links* Christmas paper plate crafts are great to make both in the classroom or at home, frugal and fun […]
It was so fun to sit down with all of my kids this past weekend and make this simple Christmas Tree Craft. My boys tend to sway away from crafting these days so when they agree to making something with me I get pretty giddy about it.
This handprint Christmas tree craft makes a wonderful ornament for your tree and a keepsake to treasure for years to come. Why not make one each year and see the little hands change throughout the years? Oh so precious. We’ve got plenty more of jolly ideas – browse through some of our best Christmas craft […]
If you are a regular around here, you know how much I love Paper Plate Crafts! We made this Paper Plate Christmas Tree Craft to start out our holiday crafting and added a bit of learning skills into it with some lacing practice.
The Christmas season is upon us and I am having such a BLAST getting into the holiday spirit! My students recently created the most adorable Christmas tree window decorations and they bring so much holiday cheer into my classroom. I just had to share a tutorial of my newest holiday project with you!
After we made our swirly glue snowmen last week my daughter said, “Hey Mom, we could also make Christmas trees!” She always has the best ideas! So behold, this weekend we got our “glitter on” all over again and made this gorgeous glittery Christmas tree craft.
A fun 3D paper Christmas tree that is perfect for preschoolers and kindergarteners. This fun Christmas tree is a great construction paper craft that you can create with your kids. So grab some Christmas colored paper scraps and let’s create this fun Christmas 3D tree!