With Christmas getting ever closer my kids have been super excited about the big day and have been spending their weekends making loads of Christmas crafts. I love Christmas tree crafts as they tend to be a lot easier than Santa or reindeer who can be a bit tricky to make, simple Christmas tree ideas can make great crafts for toddlers and older kids can make fantastic looking crafts with lacing and wrapping yarn.
These scrunched paper Christmas trees are really popular every year and are a great way for kids to practice their fine motor skills. They’d be great on the front of Christmas cards too!
This Christmas tree craft is perfect for fine motor skills too and is really easy to set up
Get your kids to make a textured tree for this scissor skills Christmas tree craft, my kids loved decorating them too.
We love sharing suncatcher crafts and have made quite a lot over the years, I love this cute stained glass Christmas tree suncatcher which looks great hung in a window
My kids love colouring and so do I as it’s a great way to keep a bit of calmness at an otherwise hectic time of year! This Christmas tree colouring page is perfect.
These craft stick Christmas trees would be great for older kids who will be able to wind the yarn around them.
I love these Christmas trees made from pasta which would be perfect for kid made Christmas cards.
This tree made with tissue paper looks great and would be lovely to have around the house to make it look festive
Another paper plate craft but this one uses lacing too which looks really good.
We hope you like all of these great ideas for Christmas Tree crafts for kids; there are loads more great ideas for Christmas on the site too, including our Kindness Advent Calendar, and the fabulous 12 Days of Christmas Colouring Sheets too. We do LOVE Christmas.
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Christmas wouldn’t be complete without the Christmas Tree, but you can make it all the more special with these crafts inspired by your tree. Perhaps you can use some of them to decorate the house next year, as well as this? We are still using Christmas decorations the kids made a good few years ago.
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