Christmas Crafts for Kids from the Bostik Bloggers

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As we head into the festive season now is the perfect time to be starting Christmas Crafts with your children. It’s not always easy to come up with ideas though so we’ve done hard part for you.

Today we’re sharing 9 original Christmas crafts from our Bostik Bloggers team. 

Every month, our Bostik bloggers use the very best crafting materials from our sponsors at Bostik to create original craft projects. This month our challenge was to come up with some fun Christmas crafts – and here they are!

DIY Christmas Tree Ornaments

First up we have these fabulous Christmas Tree ornaments from Danielle at Someone’s Mum. Using craft twigs, buttons and sequins these decorations are simple but look so effective – and you can easily make them to any colour scheme, or just let the kids go wild! You can find full instructions here.

 

Santa Bauble from Blissful Domestication

Simple Santa Baubles

Next is another Christmas tree decoration – the brilliant Santa Baubles from Kerry at Blissful Domestication. As Kerry says, these aren’t one for the glitter-phobes among you but the kids will love them! Check out the full tutorial here.

 

Christmas Decoration Crafts for Kids Susan K Mann

Snowman, Snowflake & Angel Crafts

Our third Bostik Blogger craft comes from Susan K. Mann with three different Christmas decorations. We love the little button snowman – such cute little decoration and super easy for children to make themselves. And who would have thought a few strips of card could make such a lovely angel? See the full instructions here.

 

Button Bauble card from Kelly Allen Writer

Button Bauble Christmas Card

Making Christmas cards is always a fun activity to do with the children and these Button Bauble cards from Kelly Allen Writer are super simple, but look fantastic. Even little children would have fun picking out the buttons they want to use and gluing them to the card. You can see a full tutorial for these cards here.

 

Easy Christmas tree card from This Glorious Life

Easy Homemade Christmas Tree Card

Continuing on a Christmas card theme these Christmas Tree cards from Madeline at This Glorious Life look wonderful. And as Madeline says you don’t just need to stick to cards, you could use the same idea to make gift tags or even hanging decorations for the tree too. Check out the full tutorial here.

 

Christmas cards with kids from Little Hearts Big Love

Three Simple Christmas Card Crafts

Louise from Little Hearts, Big Love is sharing three more ideas for Christmas Cards in her post. As well as these cute Christmas sticker cards there are two different tree themed cards too. You can find full instructions for all three cards here.

 

Christmas basket from Beauties and the Bibs

Christmas Basket

For something a bit different why not try this Christmas Basket from Jess at Beauties and the Bibs. Jess is using the basket to help her daughter give up her dummy this Christmas but it could be used for all sorts of things – perhaps for mince pies, or as an alternative to gift wrapping. You can find the full tutorial here.

 

Snowflake Fairies from Diary of a First Child

Snowflake Fairies

How sweet are these Snowflake Fairies? Luschka from Diary of a First Child has had great fun making these – she used them as invitations to a Christmas party, but they could be cards, tree decorations or even strung together to make some great Christmas bunting. You can see full instructions here.

 

Paper Christmas Stockings from Rachael Jess

Paper Christmas Stockings

Our last craft today is these lovely paper Christmas stockings from Rachael Jess. These are really easy to make and would be great to make if you have more than one child – everyone can do their own stocking then string them all together for a family decoration. Find out how to make them here.

 

We hope you enjoyed this month’s Bostik Bloggers’ creations. We’ll be back next month with more crafty creations! In the meantime why not Pin this post for later?

Christmas Crafts for Kids

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