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25 Christmas Crafts for Toddlers

Let’s get crafty for Christmas … toddler style! Encourage creativity, keep little hands busy, make a mess, and enjoy your toddler while celebrating the holidays, all while making fun crafts.

Christmas crafts, in addition to being a boredom buster, make great family gifts. So let’s clear off the table, pull out the art supplies, and get messy with these 25 Christmas crafts for toddlers.

Printable Tree 1 of 25
How cute is this printable? The kids can have fun coloring it and all you have to do is surround the tree with gifts!

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Felt Christmas Tree 2 of 25
While you may have to do the heavy lifting to get this tree created, your little one will love decorating this felt Christmas tree over and over. (Maybe even enough to leave your tree alone? Wishful thinking.)

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Advent Calendar 3 of 25
Let your toddler help you design which patterns to use for this punch board countdown to Christmas.

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Popcorn Garland 4 of 25
A snack that you can decorate with. Watch little fingers, and chances are your kids will eat this off the tree - but 'tis the season!

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Wrapping Paper Trees 5 of 25
Let your toddler help you choose the embellishments for this DIY.

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Santa's Hat 6 of 25
Perfect for a toddler who's Santa-obsessed (what toddler isn't?!)

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Puffy Snowflakes 7 of 25
Kids will love using a flour mixture in a dish soap bottle to paint fun snowflake designs. Make them puffy by heating them in the microwave!

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Pinata Ornaments 8 of 25
Your toddler will love these fun, bright, tinsel-covered ornaments!

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Footprint Reindeer 9 of 25
Make a reindeer out of your toddler's footprint for a festive craft.

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Thumbprint Reindeer 10 of 25
How adorable is this thumbprint reindeer ornament?

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Mistletoes 11 of 25
Another footprint craft that is also a cute way to preserve your toddler's footprints.

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Bottlecap Snowmen 12 of 25
These cute little snowmen were made with bottlecaps and tiny accents.

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Reindeer Puzzle Pieces 13 of 25
Recycle puzzle pieces into the cutest little reindeers with paint and Mod Podge.

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Scented Christmas Playdough 14 of 25
Who needs regular playdough when you can make your own scented playdough! Make red and green to match the season.

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Mitten Holiday Cards 15 of 25
Simple holiday cards in the shape of mittens. Is there anything sweeter?

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Ring Ornaments 16 of 25
Let the little ones dig into your stash and add bright beads to a ribbon - then secure with a glue stick and hang.

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Pom Pom Ornaments 17 of 25
Simple, easy and Christmasy!

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Pine Cone Christmas Trees 18 of 25
Little balls of clay are easy for children to roll and glue to a wreath form cut out by mom or dad.

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Pom Pom Love 19 of 25
Who doesn't love pom poms? Here the craft store basic jazzes up otherwise ordinary packages.

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Nativity Scene 20 of 25
Print out the Nativity scene, and have your toddler do the coloring. Then, glue it to toilet paper tubes.

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Photo Blocks 21 of 25
Use your children's photos Mod Podged to blocks to personalize your tree.

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Sticks And Buttons 22 of 25
You can make these little trees with things you already have around the house! The kids will love helping with this project.

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Chalkboard Bulbs 23 of 25
Your toddler will love being able to decorate (and redecorate) these fun bulbs!

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Pom Pom Snowman 24 of 25
Younger kids can glue together packaged poms, while older children can have fun making Frosty by using yarn and pom pom makers.

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Cinnamon Ornaments 25 of 25
Your toddler will love the sweet scent of these cinnamon ornaments. Let your little one help you choose which colors to use!

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