Homemade Christmas Decorations
This year, make decking the halls a fun family activity that's easy on your wallet. These homemade decoration ideas are a blast to make, plus crafting practices fine motor skills and promotes creativity! Check out our collection of ornament ideas to make your Christmas tree shine.
By making a winter wind chime, your child will be able to check out this invisible force in action and discover that making a scientific observation can be a "breeze"!
Store your candy canes in this festive candy cane holder that's easy for kids to make and looks beautiful on a tree, fireplace or hanging form a door.
Want Rudolph to help guide you through the holidays like he does for Santa? Make this cute holiday card holder so you can keep track of them and share them with the world.
Not sure what to do with odd bits of wrapping paper left over from wrapping presents? Use them to embellish paper bag stockings to decorate your home.
Count down the days to Christmas by creating your own advent calendar! Each pocket holds a tiny treat or a special message.
Let your kid be imaginative (and a little messy) as she builds a striking centerpiece in the tradition of papier-mâché artists of the past.
In this activity, your budding artist will learn how to create a charming, customized cardholder to keep all of the Christmas greetings your family receives in one tidy place!
This holiday craft only requires a few pine cones, paint, glue, and cotton balls. The result will certainly spruce up your holiday decorations!
Make this easy pasta ornament that looks good hanging from a tree or gift. Kids will love playing with their food and decorating it with glitter.
Using just some paint and clear plastic ornament balls, your child can usher in the holidays by making his own homemade marbled Christmas ornaments!
Make a bright wreath ornament in this fun sensory activity. Made from common household ingredients, the textured dough is fun to squish between little fingers.
Beautiful hand-cast paper ornaments may look as delicate as newly fallen snow, but they're actually quite sturdy -- and fun for kids to make!
This holiday season, put your torn wrapping paper to good use with this charming origami ornament project.
This snowman ornament craft is great for the holidays because your child can make an easy snowman and use it on the tree or as a homemade gift tag.
Full of color and charm, these handcrafted ornaments make striking decorations for Christmas or Easter.
These spaghetti ornaments take seconds to make and are a great festive addition to a tree, gift or window display.