22 festive ornament DIYs for kids
Not only the Christmas season brings festive parties and the anticipation of Santa Claus, it also includes a lot of home decor, the little fingers touch for a long time, but should not. It can be a real struggle to make your home child safe for the holidays. But I’m here to suggest a compromise. You can have your sparkling glass ornaments on the top of the tree and let the floor decorate for your kids as they wish. So call her and let her choose one or two projects from these 22 festive DIY ornaments. You will be thrilled only to have her!
Straws are a super safe crafting material for kids and this tree ornament is the perfect excuse to buy a few extra packages of patterned paper straws. You can choose the colors to match the decor in the rest of your home or you can choose which crazy colors you like best.
Who does not love one? Pull out your buttonhole because this DIY snowflake ornament is perfect for the little ones practicing their motor skills. They glue, they put on the buttons, together they make a fabulous team.
If you are looking for a safe craft that will go away with your children at the table, cardboard ornaments like this will definitely cut it. You can cut them out before or the older ones use the scissors. All ages will love to paint away on their own unique ornament.
They go to the backyard to collect branches and sticks for a Star of David! Once you’ve shown them how to wind the string, you can let them wind free and do as many as they want. I bet you want to endure it all year round.
If you have children, you probably have a pom pom stash in your craft box. Go and take them out for this craft. Younger children may need a little help, but the older ones will love putting together this multi-level ornament! You can even use it as a name for your next Christmas dinner.
Sometimes you are just desperate for a craft that your toddler can do alone. That’s it. Turn on Frosty the Snowman and you can pause Facebook while threading beads on a wire. When they are done, just turn them into the shape you want and then hang them on the tree yourself. You will be so proud.
So you do not want a bright pom pom ornament or beaded wire on your beautiful Scandinavian decorated tree. I understand. Have children cut shapes of balsa wood and paint them with black and white colored pencils
Pipe cleaners are so glitzy and cheap, why not make some ornaments out of them? Children can turn them into geomorphs or even trees and candy canes. You will look wonderful against your glass balls, I promise.
Do you want a fast-paced craft that does not require you to go to the craft shop? Raid Dad’s Toolbox for a few Hexnuts and let kids stick them together in patterns of stars and snowflakes. It’s so easy, you also have to do something for grandma and grandpa.
The mixture mania rules the world, am I right? Let your little ones use it to glue fabric or patterned paper onto plastic ball ornaments. Since you can choose the patterns, you can make sure they look great on your pink tree.
Before you throw away this cardboard paper, think of these gilded ornaments. When you cut the stripes, your children can paint and glue to their heart’s content
Sound is such a fun crafting medium. Children will enjoy making candy cane and snowman shapes and Santa hats. With a sharpie, you can even turn the weird shapes into trendy geo-ornaments.
Yes, I had to take another Pom Pom DIY with me. Believe it or not, there is a foam ball under these colors. Let children cover with Christmas shades. You can use pens or glue to attach them, whichever you feel safer.
You knew there was a reason to keep those old CDs. With a few things from the crafting box and some paint you can hang some adorable snowmen on your tree
Are not these Eskimos just darlings? This is a great craft for older kids who need something to do. You will enjoy using real tools and then the crafting supplies to create a village of these people.
Go straight ahead. Steal some plastic animals from your child. If you paint them white, you can let the kids draw with Sharpies designs on the little creatures.
This candy ornament DIY needs some adult supervision because of the stove treatment. And so the kids do not eat all the mints. But they will love to choose the different shapes and see how they go flat.
When I found this jewelry, I immediately thought of “Girls Birthday Party”! If you have a daughter who has a birthday in December, you should get your party friends to give you a lot of these shiny, sequin-covered ornaments.
If you hang woven curtains on your walls, why not for your Christmas tree? Your friends will love these so much that you want to make some as Christmas gifts next to your kids
Are you looking for a DIY kid-friendly ornament for your black and white tree? You found it here. Black leather, cut into triangles and glued together, form the simplest and most beautiful mini-trees you have ever seen.
Everyone loves a good salt dough recipe. Make your scent smell like gingerbread and it looks like your kids are hanging Santa’s offer on the tree. Not recommended for toddlers who will try to eat them.
Do not you really think about sharing your tree with the adornments of your child? Let them fill your trees with gifts for the birds outside! It’s definitely a nice way to keep these chirpers out this winter.