How The Grinch Stole Christmas is of course one of our most favorite holiday movies.
We love the book, too.
The story behind it is lovely and of course, who doesn’t just love Whoville?
Here are our favorite 25 Grinch Crafts & Sweet Treats all inspired by the lovable, green Grinch.
25 Grinch Crafts & Sweet Treats
Make a paper plate Grinch with paint and construction paper. via I Heart Crafty Things
Paint your kids hand green to make this adorable handprint Grinch. via Kids Soup
Build your own Grinch with this construction paper cut out activity for kids. via A Turtle’s Life for Me
This simple Grinch ornament is a fun craft project that’s easy to make. via Pinterest
Here is an amazing tutorial to do your own Cindy Lou Who hair! This is so fun. via Super Coupon Lady
Your kids will love playing with this Grinch inspired slime! via Little Bins for Little Hands
Download this free printable handprint card and let your kids give them out to family and friends! via I Heart Arts N Crafts
Play pin the heart on the Grinch for a fun holiday activity kids will adore. via Twin Dragon Fly Designs
Make this fun Grinch ornament filled with M&Ms – yum! via Jo Lynne Shane
Make your own mini Grinch from a recycled toilet paper roll. via Crafts by Courtney
This tissue paper art inspired by the Grinch is super adorable and easy for kids to make. via Eighteen 25
Use this template to learn how to draw the Grinch. via Swamp Frog First Graders
Make a clay Grinch handprint ornament to adorn your tree. via Midget Momma
Crafting supplies we recommend: here are some kid friendly products we recommend to use for the Grinch crafts above!
Crayola Washable Bright Fingerpaint – this finger paint is great to use for crafts! Plus, the colors don’t stain.
Elmer’s Liquid Glitter Glue – if you’re making slime this glue is perfect. It’s glittery and easy to wash!
Twistable Colored Pencils – these pencils are awesome for kids. They don’t require sharpening and last a while!
Kids will get a kick out of this Grinch Punch. via Simplistically Living
These Grinch inspired pretzel bites are so yummy! via Two Sisters Crafting
These Grinch kabobs are made with your favorite fruits and would be a fun holiday snack. via Raining Hot Coupons
The perfect drink for a holiday party would be this festive Grinch juice! via Sandy Toes and Popsicles
I love these Grinch cookies made from cake mix. via In Katrina’s Kitchen
Green Grinch cake with a heart in the middle – how cute! via The Bearfoot Baker
Grinch sugar cookies are adorable and delicious. via Wanna Bite
Grinch Cupcakes may just be the sweetest treats you try all winter! via Simplistically Living
Make your kids these jello fruit cups with the Grinch’s face on them! via The Keeper of The Cheerios
Red and green Grinch popcorn is the perfect snack when you watch the movie with your family! via Two Sisters Crafting
These red and green Whooville cookies are so much fun! via Midget Momma
Here are more awesome Grinch cookies with a peppermint Hershey kiss on top. via Aileen Cooks
This hot vanilla milk is green and inspired by the Grinch himself. via Two Sisters Crafting
This Whoo pudding is super easy to make if you’re looking for a quick and festive snack! via Our Surprise Dates
Ingredients we recommend: If your child has an allergy or sensitivity to gluten and/or dairy, here’s some easy alternatives you can use! Or if you want to make the desserts a bit healthier, try using some of these sugar substitutes.
disclaimer: depending on where you live (at altitude for example!) you may have to adjust your recipe when substituting ingredients.
Sugar substitutes – Stevia, maple syrup, erythritol sweetener, apple sauce, or honey.
Milk alternatives – Almond milk, coconut milk, rice milk, or soy milk.
Another product we’d recommend you use, is green food coloring. To get the best results in your Grinchy treats, this vibrant food coloring pack is the way to go!
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