Alphabranch Ornament

What you need:
• Sticks
• Scissors
• Yarn
• Twine hanger

What you do:
• Lay out sticks into letter shapes.
• Wrap tightly with yarn.
• Wrap in a twine hanger.
• Trim off extra yarn.
• Display.

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Christmas Crafts

This year, create your own homemade gifts, holiday decorations, and Christmas stockings. With our easy Christmas crafts and fun-to-make projects for kids, you can give the holidays a personal touch. Our Christmas crafts for kids get them in on the fun with colorful ornaments, garlands, and more adorable ideas they’ll enjoy crafting.

Watercolor Ornaments

Felt Animal Ornaments

DIY Snow Globe

DIY Pomander Balls

Simple Tree Skirt

Felt Mistletoe

Reindeer food

Magic Reideer Food

Curled Christmas Trees

Paper Snowflakes

Button Wreath

Holiday Planter

Jingle Bell Wreath

Jingle Bells

Candy Cane Ornaments

Alphabranch Ornaments

Sheep Ornament

Magazine Christmas Tree

DIY Reindeer

DIY Bird Ornament

Winter Birds Cover

Winter Birds

Elf on the shelf

Elf on the Shelf

Soda can angels cover

Soda Can Angels

Reindeer art cover

Reindeer Art

Framed Pine Cones

Framed Pine Cones

Stencil Snowflakes cover

Stencil Snowflakes

Glitter ornament cover

Glitter Ornaments

DIY Snow Globe

What you need:
• Jar
• Distilled Water
• Glycerin
• Supper Glue
• Synthetic Trees

What you do:
• Adhere the figurine to the inside of the lid, and let the glue dry.
• Fill the jar almost to the top with distilled water.
• Add a pinch of glitter and a dash of glycerin to keep the glitter from falling too quickly.
• Screw on the lid tightly, being careful not to dislodge the figurine.
• Turn the jar over and back again — and let it snow.

Animal Ornaments

What you need:
• Light-colored felt, such as cream or eggshell
• Animal shaped cookie cutters
• Disappearing-ink pen
• Scissors
• Thread

What you do:
• Trace cookie cutters with a disappearing-ink pen on felt.
• Cut out twice.
• Lightly brush glue onto the back sides of colored-felt pieces.
• Sandwich the light-colored piece in between.
• Let dry flat.
• Hang from a length of silver thread, knotting at top.

Pomander Ball

What you need:
• Orange
• Toothpick or pin to ease the cloves into the orange
• Whole cloves, at least 1/4 cup, depending upon your design

What you do:
• Stick a clove directly into an orange. You may want to use a toothpick or pin to make the first punctures so that the cloves are easier to insert.
• Once the ball is completely studded with cloves display.

CD Candle Holder

What you need:
• Candles
• Old CD’S
• Small foil pie tray
• Oven tray
• Access to oven

What you do:
• Place the foil pie tray onto an oven tray. If you can not find a small Pie tray use a metal dish to melt the CD over. Remember to always use Gloves.
• Heat the oven to 350 F.
• Gently place a CD on the foil cup, with the label side up.
• Place it into the heated oven for around 10 Min’s.
• Using an oven glove, push the CD down into the pie tray.
• It should be flexible enough to sink into the tray and shape.
• Allow it to cool and harden.
• Always melt CD’s in a well ventilated area.

Easy Ornaments

What you need:
• Watercolor
• Watercolor paper
• Brush
• Glue
• Scissors
• Ribbon, curly wire or ornament hook
• Cookie cutters
• All purpose glue
• Hole punch or needle

What you do:
• Spray down the paper with plain water.
• Paint large areas of color in random areas.
• Use the paintbrush to gently help the paint float together to make the colors touch without blending too much.
• Let it dry.
• Trace your favorite cookie cutters.
• Cut out the shapes.
• Put the front and the back pieces together. Glue.
• Use a hole punch or a needle to put a hole in the top.
• Put a loop of ribbon , a curly wire or a simple ornament hook in the hole to enable you to hang it .

Tip: These also make beautiful gift tags to make a package extra special.

Felt Mistletoe

What you need:
• Mistletoe template (provided)
• Green felt
• Sharpie or fabric pencil
• Pearl embellishments
•Hot glue or fabric glue
• Ribbon

What you do:
• Cut out the templates and trace around them on your felt using the marker or pencil of your choice.
• Cut out your felt shapes and arrange the sprigs to your liking.
• Glue the stems and leaves where they overlap.
• Arrange your pearl embellishments and glue them in place.
•Tie a ribbon bow around the stems.
• Cut an additional length of ribbon and loop it to create a hanger. 
• Glue it to the back.
• Hang your newly crafted mistletoe above the door.

Reindeer Food

Santa’s reindeer will be hungry when they get to your house.  While Santa’s inside eating the cookies and milk you have waiting for him inside, the reindeer will be waiting outside.  Why not leave them some reindeer food to fill them up!

What you need:
• 1 cup rolled oats
• 2-6 Tablespoons red colored sugar
• 2-6 Tablespoons green colored sugar 

What you do:
 • Mix everything together.
•  Scatter around outside, or place in a plastic bag, adding as much colored sugar as you like for that festive effect.

 You can also give as a gift.  Just tie with a ribbon and attach a gift card with the following poem:

                       Sprinkle this reindeer food outside tonight. 
                       The moonlight will make it sparker bright.
As the reindeer fly and roam.
This will guide them to your home.

Curled Trees

What you need:
• Construction Paper
• Scissors
• Glue
• Pencil

What you do:
• Cut your construction paper into strips approximately 3/4″ wide and 3″ long.
• Using your pencil curl the paper strips about 3/4 of the way to the end. 
• Start gluing your paper curls to the bottom of the cone in a ring.
• Continue to glue on paper curls in layers or rings moving up the cone
• Once you get to the top of the cone, you can add an embellishment to the top.

Holiday Planter

What you need:
• Empty Oatmeal Container
• Ruler
• Scissors
 •Craft foam
• Pen
•Old newspaper
Mod Podge
• White paint
• Glue gun
• Tall branches

What you do:
• Measure out, mark and cut five 1.5” wide strips from a sheet of thin craft foam. 
• Mark your guide lines on your oatmeal container.
• The 42 oz. container I used was 9.5” tall, so I made marks at 1.5”, 4”, 5.5” and 8” down. I also made four sets of marks around the container so that I could keep the foam strips level as I glued.
• Hot glue foam around the top, bottom and middle of the oatmeal container, keeping the strips flush with the top and bottom and the center band level.
• Before covering with the newspaper, I added a few drops of water to my Mod Podge to thin it out just a touch to help it really soak into the heavier newsprint. 
• Making sure to get plenty of Mod Podge along the lip of the foam strips so that the paper sticks well.
• Make sure you line up your newspaper seams over top of the foam seams in the back or you’ll end up with lots of seams all over the place. 
• Paint
• For the filler, use some tall branches.
• Decorate with your favorite ornaments.

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Jingle Bell Wreath

What you need:
• 16-gauge wire
• 24- gauge wire
• Jingle bells
• Needle-nose pliers
• Ribbon

What you do:
• Form 16-gauge wire into a circle.
• Make a closed loop at one end with needle-nose pliers.
• Thread jingle bells onto the open end in any size and color combination.
• When the wire is full, join its ends by twisting the unlooped end into a hook, and fasten it onto the closed loop.
 • Tie a piece of ribbon into a bow; secure it to the bottom of the wreath with 24-gauge wire.