These tissue paper Christmas trees are a quick and easy Christmas tree craft that come together in minutes. No paint or adhesive is involved so these little Christmas trees provide lots of color with little mess!
This woven paper Christmas tree craft is such a winner because the supply list is super minimal, there are lots of great basic skills involved, and the finished product is just so interesting! You’ll love to add this Christmas tree to your holiday mantle!
Christmas can be unbearably exciting when you’re a kid. The presents, the traditions, the food, the parties can cause a near painful amount of anticipation. How about channeling some of that excitement in a positive way and making something? This little printable Christmas book is the perfect answer! These free Christmas printables make memory making easy!
These coffee filter Christmas trees have the simplest supply list ever. They come together for pennies apiece sp they’re perfect for group crafting. And, they’re so delicate and pretty you won’t believe they’re made from coffee filters!
The Christmas season is coming. If your kids are anything like mine that means it’s a “so exciting it almost hurts” kind of season. Use these free printable Christmas coloring pages as a way to decompress, a way to brainstorm for future art projects, or as a creative filler for those few empty minutes at the end of class!
Christmas with kids is awesome. Well, simultaneously awesome and exhaustingly busy. We enjoy the days more when our expectations are not sky high. It really is the little stuff. This free printable DIY advent calendar is designed to be both of those; awesome and easy.
If your house is anything like mine there are stacks of old kid’s artwork lying around. Frame it, photograph it, have it printed on coaster?? There is no end to ways to commemorate your kiddos creativity but I love using it to make new artwork! Use old art work or any colorful paper to create this paper Christmas tree craft perfect for holiday cards!