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8 DIY Christmas Decorations to Make with your Children
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8 DIY Christmas Decorations to Make with your Children

December 1, 2020

The season has arrived! It’s time to bring in the festivities, Christmas is approaching! Decorating your home is one of the most fun activities to do when it comes to the holiday season. Make it a family fun affair and bring in your kids to create some fun DIY Christmas decorations. 

  1. Family Hands Christmas Tree

Gather your family together and create this lovely paper Christmas tree! Let every member of your family trace their hands on green sheet paper and cut it out. Assemble it into a tree with a star on top and you’re good to go! 
Credits : Mama Smiles

  1. Canned Tree

A sustainable way to use up all those canned food tins! Simply paint the cans green and stick a bunch of colourful decorations on them to create this epic recycled Christmas tree! 
Credits: Babble Dabble Do

  1. Reindeer Cups

Have a few yoghurt snack cups leftover? Not a problem! Stick 2 googly eyes on them, pipe cleaners as ears and a cute bell for a nose. Your kid will have little reindeer decorations to stick around the house!

Credits: Jenny Melrose

  1. Decorative Paper Wreath 

Inexpensive, but it looks fancy! Just grab a bunch of green decorative tissue paper and help your child scrunch it up into a wreath shape. You can then hang it up with any decorative strip and add a few red cotton balls to complete the look. 

Credits : Happiness is Homemade

  1. Cinnamon Reindeer 

Making your kid create their own ornaments for a tree is satisfying and fun. This ornament just needs cinnamon sticks, googly eyes, and cotton nose. Your tree with both look cute and have the lovely cinnamon smell! 

Credits: Creative Homemaking

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  1. Sock Snowman 

Does your kid have old socks that they have grown out of? Don’t throw them away! Make these adorable sock snowmen with them. Simply stuff them with cotton balls, stick googly eyes and a felt orange nose for a cute buddy for your child. 

Credits : Heidi Fawler

  1. Colourful Pinecones 

Pinecones can be found fallen around forests, especially during this season. If not, you can always pick up a few at the store! Your kid can go wild, painting them all sorts of colours. They make great table decorations.

  1. Customized Snowglobes 

This cute idea can be done with any small toy your child has around. Just toss some glitter in a jar and help your child paint the glass inside with glitter. Place the toy in and voila! 


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