Archive for December, 2012
Here is a really simple, really cute and really fun snowman craft:
You’ll need: 3 white circles- small, medium and large, construction paper to glue your snowman on, glue and some items to decorate your snowman.
Glue your circles onto your paper.
Add your decorations to your snowman.
The finished snowman.
Another repost from last year:
Here’s what you’ll need: construction paper- 2 white and 1 red, cotton, wiggly eyes and glue.
Make a circle from the white paper. Cut out a hat, mouth and nose from the red. With the other white piece of paper cut out a piece of paper that will be used to glue Santa’s beard onto. Sort of a U shape.
Glue everything together.
The finished Santa Claus.
Here is another very simple and fun Christmas craft you can do with your toddler (or preschooler).
Here’s what you’ll need: paper plate with the center cut out, red pom poms, green paint, something to paint with, 2 red pipe cleaners and glue.
Paint the paper plate green.
Do your best to make a bow out of one of the pipe cleaners. As you can see mine did not turn out very well but it worked just fine anyways.
Once the paint is dry- glue the red pom poms on and then add your bow.
Thread the other pipe cleaner through the top of the wreath- and hang it up. Ours is haning next to our front door and Hailey is so proud to see it there.
This is another repost from last year. But I love it because you can make one every year to track your childs growth.
Here’s what you’ll need: 2 handprints, 1 footprint, wiggly eyes, red pom pom, glue and a piece of construction paper to glue your reindeer onto.
Put everything together.
Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer!