A Month of Kid-Made Christmas Decorations 14



 

We had so much fun with last years month of kid-made Christmas cards that we decided to host a month of kid-made Christmas decorations this year.  I am delighted to be sharing with you a 30 days of fantastic Christmas decorations all made by children, along with full instructions for making them with your own children.

 am delighted to be sharing with you a 30 days of fantastic Christmas decorations all made by children, along with full instructions for making them with your own children.

There will be something for kids of all ages from Christmas keepsake ornaments perfect for gifting to grandparents to salt dough decorations perfect for bringing out year after year.  there is nothing more special than bringing out your kids decorations year after year and we hope to inspire you with some of the ones we have previously made.  Come back each day through November to see a new decoration.

I adore how fun these Rudolf Luminaries are by Claire’s Little Tots.

These thumbprint reindeer gift tags are the perfect keepsake and fun to make too.

These Christmas Rocks, Kindness Stones really make my heart sing.  What a fabulous idea from Family Makes

Another fantastic luminary here, but this time a really great hands-on make from Teach me Mommy.

I am a sucker for lanterns and these Christmas Lanterns by Projects for Kids are just magical

How fun is this Christmas Eve Scene made from toilet rolls? 

These felt stars are from Cup of Toast are perfect for working on scissor skills.

What a great alternative way to use up you hama beads.  This Pipecleaner Tree by Blue Bear Wood is really clever.

Do your children collect treasure on their walks? If so these natural Christmas Trees are just the ticket

I adore these individual Gingerbread Houses made of Graham Crackers, for those of us that can not get hold of them try using Ryvita (they are not as tasty but do work!

Felt is the perfect material to start sewing with and these simple felt snowmen are just adorable and perfect for beginners.

Not one but 24 fabulous reindeer make up this kid made reindeer advent calendar.

I adore these light up Christmas Decorations from Mosswood Connections.

Who doesn’t want a Christmas Tree filled with Pine Cone Christmas Puddings?

A fabulous process art kid made jingle bell garland from Mac n Taters

Today you get not one, not two, but three fabulous Christmas tree decorations for a great age range from Susan and her three children.

These Pasta Reindeer are just adorable and really fun for children to make.

I bet we all have an out of date jar of cinnamon in the house, so why not make these adorable cinnamon ornaments by Books and Giggles

Be still my beating heart, just how adorable is this DIY Sylvanian Families snow globe by The Gingerbread House

Make sure you check out The Queen of Collage to see just how adorable these clay decorations turned out

How adorable is this Sock Snowman from The Mum Diaries?

Clay mittens from Air Dry Clay by Me!

Today I am delighted to have my real life friend Cass from Diary of a Frugal Family with her shabby Chic Air Drying Clay Decorations.

 

DIY Fingerprint Snowmen Christmas Ornaments

Fingerprint snowmen ornaments 

Felt Robin Christmas Ornament

Felt Robin Ornament 

white clay Christmas fingerprint ornament

White Clay fingerprint decoration

DIY Christmas Tree Luminaries

DIY Christmas Luminaries

Cake Case Christmas Tree 

Glow in the Dark Clay Snowflake Ornaments

Glow in the Dark Microwave Clay Ornaments

Plastic bowl Snow Globe Art for Kids

Plastic Bowl Snowglobe 

Winter Snowflake Jar Luminary

Jam Jar Lantern

DIY Clay Star Candle Holders

Clay star candle holders

Hanging Fir Trees

Felt Mistletoe 

 

 am delighted to be sharing with you a 30 days of fantastic Christmas decorations all made by children, along with full instructions for making them with your own children.

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