5 Easy Christmas Crafts

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December means that the holiday break from school is right around the corner. Two weeks home with the kids can leave you wondering how to keep them busy. At school, I love to do holiday crafts with my students but they have to be easy when you’re making 22 of them! So this week I’ve put together 5 easy Christmas crafts!

5 Easy Christmas Crafts

Easy Christmas Crafts: Craft Stick Snowflakes

1. Craft Stick Snowflakes

What you need:

  • 4 Craft Sticks for each snowflake
  • Paint, if desired
  • Glue
  • Ribbon/string
  • Glitter, Buttons, Sequins, etc. for decorating

Find the full directions here at Formula: Mom.


Easy Christmas Crafts: Craft Stick Christmas Trees

2. Craft Stick Christmas Trees

What you need:

  • Craft sticks
  • Green paint
  • Cardboard (to make the trunk)
  • Ribbon or Twine
  • Pom poms, sequins, and craft foam shapes to decorate
  • Glue

For full directions, visit Simmworks Family.


3. Thumbprint Reindeer Ornaments

What you need:

  • Glass ornaments
  • Multi-surface craft paint (green and red)
  • Brown craft paint
  • 1 small brush
  • Puff paint/paint pens – red, white and brown/blue/green (for eyes)
  • Gold or silver pen for personalizing

Find the full directions here at Formula: Mom.


Candy Cane Reindeer Craft #christmas

4. Candy Cane Reindeer

What you need:

  • Candy canes
  • Brown pipe cleaners
  • Small googley eyes
  • Small red pom poms
  • Elmer’s Glue

For full directions, visit I Am the Maven.


Christmas Countdown Chain craft

5. Christmas Countdown Chain

What you need:

  • Red, Green and Yellow Construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Tape
  • Sharpie/Pen
  • Ruler

For full directions, visit 7 on a Shoestring.

Do you have any easy Christmas crafts that you like to do around the holidays?

Looking for more ideas for easy Christmas crafts? Check out these 10 Easy Christmas Crafts!

And you can find 12 more easy Christmas crafts for kids at Happy Hooligans as well! (Happy Hooligans photos were previously featured in this post so be sure to stop by and visit!)


  1. Linda says

    I was wondering if there is an easier way to get the fake snow into the Christmas ball I love these ornaments but it took me over an hour just to fill 4 of them using a paper funnel since the snow stuck to the plastic funnel I was using

  2. says

    We love making our “all natural” Christmas tree ornaments. We slice up oranges, limes, lemons and apples so that they are circles. Next we put them on pizza pans and place them in a low temperature oven 200 degrees all day to speed up the drying process. While that is drying we make cinnamon ornaments (mini gingerbread men and stars are our favorites) So simple. When all the ornaments are dried and strings are on them for hanging we begin decorating the tree. The fruit and cinnamon begin to scent the home with the warmth of the lights. The dried citrus fruit become like stain glass with the lights behind them.

    In Addition: we also place pine cones on that we find in the yard, hang candy canes and tie the end of branches with raffia bows. We also wrap the base with burlap and all of our packages in brown craft paper (some with decorative stamping) and tied up with torn strips of plaid material, colored raffia and such for bows. The result is a very rustic, naturally charming and wonderfully smelling tree!
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  3. Joanie says

    Tried the hot glue snowman…..do they have to be real thick. Maybe I will put them in fridge..mine r quite thin…..LOVE THE IDEA


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