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'Tis The Season For Toddler Christmas Crafts!

Christmas Fun!

Christmas time is here again, and now that December is upon us I am in fully blown panic mode, as well as feel like it is totally acceptable to blog about Christmas crafts and all kinds of wintery and seasonal fun.

I didn’t want to push Christmas stuff in October like all the stores in my local area. Nothing like walking into our Sears in the mall two weeks before Halloween and seeing their entire Christmas shop open!

But this is my favorite time of year! I love the crafts, projects, Christmas lights on houses, and all the magic that comes out in the faces of my kids, even if they don’t fully understand what it is all about.

I think as a parent now the whole Santa and Christmas thing is more acceptable for me to be so into because I have kids of my own.

I wanted to share all these neat toddler craft ideas I found. Some are for older toddlers, some are for younger, but it is a nice mix of different projects to help decorate your home with beautiful crafts your own kiddos worked on!

Because nothing is better than that!

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  • Pinecone Ornaments 1 of 12
    Pinecone Ornaments
    These are adorable and can be ornaments for your tree, or even put in a nice glass jar for a mantel or dinner table decoration.
    From GiverLog
  • Christmas Chain Countdown 2 of 12
    Christmas Chain Countdown
    We make one of these every year, although it has been far less fabulous! This site even includes free printable labels to help make your chain beautiful!
    From Lauren Makes
  • Candy Cane Ornaments 3 of 12
    Candy Cane Ornaments
    Who doesn't love little pom poms on their Christmas tree? These are super easy to make as well!
    From Skip to my Lou
  • Popsicle Stick Christmas Trees 4 of 12
    Popsicle Stick Christmas Trees
    I made these as a kid, so these are a must make for Christmas in my house, even if they all don't make it onto our tree.
    From A Home School Journey
  • Frosty The Snowman 5 of 12
    Frosty The Snowman
    An adorable and wintery idea, not just for Christmas. Because who doesn't love snowmen during the winter? Heck, I think it's the only highlight of the snow!
    From Kaboose
  • Christmas Tree Collage 6 of 12
    Christmas Tree Collage
    Using real branches from a real tree, this is a great idea. It makes a great sensory activity!
    From Ramblings of a Crazy Woman
  • Popsicle Stick Standing Christmas Trees 7 of 12
    Popsicle Stick Standing Christmas Trees
    I love these ideas! While to get them nice and perfect looking in the picture you are going to have to decorate them, but having your little one help with painting and assembly will make for a fun project!
    From Some Day Crafts
  • Reindeer Feet! 8 of 12
    Reindeer Feet!
    I think this is an awesome idea especially to chart how your kids grow yearly!
    From Church Ideas Blog
  • Hand Print Tree 9 of 12
    Hand Print Tree
    Another great way to watch your kids grow annually! A tree made out of their hand prints, and all you need is paint and a canvas!
    From U Create With Kids
  • Foot Print Tree 10 of 12
    Foot Print Tree
    Another neat foot print idea!
    From Craft Rookie
  • Popsicle Stick Characters 11 of 12
    Popsicle Stick Characters
    Another one you will have to help your toddler with, but it could be hours of fun making different characters, dressing them, and mixing and matching the accessories.
    From Sweet Home Design and Spice
  • Hand Print Wreath 12 of 12
    Hand Print Wreath
    Another great idea! Some paint, a canvas or just paper, and a bow and you are in business!
    From Christian Parent

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