Christmas is most definitely the most favourite time of the year, and a good time to indulge in some easy and fun art and crafts with your kid.
Listed Below Are Some Of The Best Ideas:
This is easy to make. All you need to do is ask your kid to get paint on this hand and then cover the ornament with it, making a hand impression which can then be decorated.
Use craft paper to cut out interesting shapes and use a stencil to place alphabets on them spelling out ‘Merry Christmas’. Piece the garland together with a string.
Stained Glass Window
Tip tissue paper in various coloured paint and glue them on to transparent glass. It will really brighten up the room.
Christmas Trees From Popsicles
Use Popsicle sticks painted green as the building blocks for the Christmas tree and wooden cut-outs as decoration in various colours.
Use green construction paper and cut interesting shapes in them and join them to form a wreath. Use scrap paper in various colours as bows and ribbons.
Toilet Paper Roll Christmas Craft
Wrap empty toilet paper rolls with craft paper and use scrap paper to make cut-outs for decoration.
Take a handful of various shaped pasta and paint them in silver or gold and then shape them accordingly to create a snowflake.
Pine Cone Ornament
If you happen to find a pine cone, colour it in green and use silver ribbon to decorate it. You will have a beautiful, miniature Christmas tree.
Re-create ‘Frosty The Snow man’ by using two white Chinese lanterns (joined together) for the body and scraps of paper to decorate it.
Handmade Christmas Cards
Use hard cardboard paper and cover it in fancy decorative paper. Place a small twig on the front of the card and cover it with ribbons.
Dip your kid’s thumb in print and ask him to make an impression on a pre-existing ornament. Once it is finished, use glitter to decorate it.
Cotton Ball Santa
Create a cardboard Santa and use cotton balls to serve as a faux beard. Add a Santa cap to complete the look.
Cut interesting shapes from coloured felt and paste them on a plain ball ornaments. Add glitter and a few beads to enhance the look.
Christmas Trees from Cupcake Liner
You can use different coloured and printed cupcake liner paper, invert it and place it on top of each other to create a pretty Christmas tree.
Toilet Paper Ornaments
Use toilet paper rolls to create interesting shapes and join them together to form a Christmas ornament.
Snow Flakes From Popsicles
Paint popsicles sticks in silver and join them together in the shape of a snow flake before adding embellishments to make it look good.
Button Christmas Cards
Use a plain white chart paper folded into the shape of a card. Then, add coloured button and draw a string, thereby creating Christmas ornaments.
Cover matchboxes in Christmas themed wrapping paper and attach a ribbon to them to create ornaments for your tree.
Upturn a big plastic transparent glass and place underneath it some cotton ball and miniature Christmas trees to create a faux snow globe.
Use various coloured buttons to create a Christmas tree on a plain white paper.
Cut a candy cane shape from plain white chart paper and then use ribbons to create the design on it.
Use a few spare flower points and paint them in brown and use other coloured paint to create eyes and a nose. Use chart paper for antlers.
Use soft drink bottles as Christmas decor. Use paint to create eyes and a nose for a reindeer and felt for the antlers.
Use a white sock to create a Christmas stocking by embellishing it with glitter and other small decorations and then hang it on the fireplace.
Cut and string orange slices and apples to create natural, fresh Christmas ornaments.