Kids often want to be involved in all things Christmas. From helping to decorate, baking, and of course giving gifts. There are many people, from teachers to grandparents, that kids would like to give to and the same people would love to receive a handmade gift from their favorite kids. Kid Made Ornaments are great because they don’t take too much time, can usually be done pretty inexpensively, and they will always have a place when Christmas comes again. Or if you’re like my child’s grandparents, they would probably hang it somewhere in their home all year round.
Here are some of our favorite Kid Made Ornaments. They are beautiful and so creative.
With old CDs (garage sales and Goodwill are a great place to pick them up), try painting these CD ornaments! Add some glitter and paint for extra fun. Image credit: Happy Hooligans
Create an ornament with little snowmen from your kiddo’s handprint. All you’ll need is some white paint, and a little bit of fine detail for the snowman!
With cardboard, make this chic button star ornament. You’ll need some green felt and buttons, along with anything else you want to add as decor! Image credit: Buggy and Buddy
Create a reindeer out of a pinecone! You’ll need fabric scraps, ribbon, and googly eyes for this fun project. It’s best for middle elementary students!
Use these 5 DIY tutorials to create ornaments made from LEGOs! There is a train, Nativity scene, present, reindeer, and snowflake. Image credit: Frugal Fun 4 Boys
You’ll need yarn for this Christmas ornament. You’ll need some yarn and small white pom poms. This craft is low mess and low stress, making it great for classrooms.
This ornament is easy for kids to make, but requires some adult supervision when baking the salt dough! The salt dough is a simple DIY recipe – no buying extra materials needed. Image credit: Crafty Morning
Make Christmas ornaments out of parachute cord, paracord. In this activity, you can create a candy cane with paracord and a wire coat hanger.
Cherish memories with this simple photo Christmas ornament with a sparkly pom pom border.
With some small pony beads, create a Christmas ornament. Patterns and color schemes are endless, for maximum creativity! Image credit: Crystal and Comp
In this memory-maker ornament, create Christmas lights from brightly colored fingerprints!
Use pony beads (or the alternative perler beads). You can use Christmas shaped cookie cutters to make fun Christmas designs!
With small scrapbook stickers, make this fun sticker ornament! Image credit: Preschool Inspirations
Aren’t those all just so cute and so fun? We think so too!!
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