There is something magical about making something with your own hands … especially if it is to give to someone else.
Children love to make gifts for others at Christmas, or to help make the season brighter. I remember as a young girl that I loved to get some colored paper, markers, glue, glitter and stickers and create my own cards to give out. Looking back I realize they weren’t even folded symmetrically and they were usually a little soggy with glue, but I thought they were perfection!
Here are some ideas for making Christmas crafts with grandchildren for the Christmas holidays.
Together you can have your own Santa’s workshop … it would be a fun idea to make a sign to hang on the wall where you are working together that actually says:
So get out your own colored paper, markers, glue, glitter and stickers (and whatever other supplies are needed) and let your grandchild create their own bit of perfection!
Glittering Popsicle Stick Christmas Trees
Chalk Christmas Lights
Snowman Luminary Ornament
Christmas Tree Melted Crayons
Paper Plate Rudolph, Santa and Snowman
Kid’s Handprint Wreath
Stained Glass Nativity
Muffin Liner Angels
Paper Snowflakes (everyone needs to know how to make these!)
No-Sew Sock Snowman
What Christmas crafts with grandchildren were a big success for you? Please share them below in the comments.
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