One of my favorite things about the holidays are Christmas crafts. There are just so many fun ideas! Gingerbread houses, homemade ornaments, DIY snow globes… the list goes on and on.
If you’re looking for the ultimate list of Christmas crafts, we’ve got you covered. The fun part is that this list keeps growing!
Every day there are new ideas popping up so check back often for even more crafts.
250+ of the Best Christmas Crafts
Let’s get going with some amazing Christmas crafts for kids.
Use this free printable to decorate let kids decorate their own paper stocking.
Use an old baby food jar to make this fun and easy Rudolph craft. From Love and Marriage blog.
Turn a baby food jar into an Olaf snow globe! From Molly Moo.
Dip your hands in brown paint and press them onto white paper to make the antlers of a reindeer!
Make a graham cracker house as a fun gingerbread house alternative for little ones. From Hungry Happenings.
Make your own felt stocking with this simple kids sewing craft.
These snowman bubbles are a great stocking stuffer or party favor. From Inspired by Family.
Use an empty egg carton to make a candy cane craft. From Meaningful Mama.
How to make play dough gingerbread men. Your kids will love this!
Decorate a felt Christmas tree for a fun holiday activity. From The Nerd’s Wife.
Take a simple piece of cardboard and turn it into this fun reindeer craft.
Turn an old sock into a no-sew snowman stuffed animal. From Coloured Buttons.
Let your kids make their own wrapping paper! This craft is so fun! From Beauty Through Imperfection.
Here’s a fun collection of traditional holiday coloring pages for kids.
Use pasta noodles to make a cute DIY angel ornament for your tree. From Your Modern Family.
Make Rudolph from a cupcake liner! From Love and Marriage blog.
These no-sew felt ornaments are gorgeous and are fun to make with kids.
Make Santa’s sleigh out of an egg carton and toilet paper rolls. From Itsy Bitsy Fun.
This scrabble ornament is adorable and easy for kids to make. From Crafts by Amanda.
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