Christmas Tree Crafts for Kids

I just love making fun Christmas crafts! Do you?

If your looking for some fun ideas, you’ll love these fun Christmas tree crafts for kids. They’re so much fun and all would make great decorations, either as ornaments or on display elsewhere.

Get into the holiday spirit while creating with your kids when you make these fun and pretty Christmas tree crafts for kids.

You’ll find ideas that are appropriate for kids of all ages. Toddlers would love making Spin Art Trees and preschoolers will love the Sparkly Tree Banner. Or, gather the whole family to make a Family Hand Print Tree.

Let’s gather some supplies and start crafting!

Get into the holiday spirit while creating with your kids when you make these fun and pretty Christmas tree crafts for kids.

Fun Christmas Tree Crafts for Kids

Our fun Paper Plate Christmas Tree makes a fun and colorful decoration.

Decorate your windows with our pretty Sparkly Christmas Tree Banner.

Learn how to quill when you make this pretty Quilled Christmas Tree Card from Red Ted Art.

Get into the holiday spirit while creating with your kids when you make these fun and pretty Christmas tree crafts for kids.

Create a fun keepsake when you make this Family Hand Print Christmas Tree from Mama Smiles.

Use pom poms to make a cute Christmas Tree Ornament from Preschool Inspirations.

Decorate a tree with stickers with this fine motor Christmas craft from Hands On As We Grow.

Get into the holiday spirit while creating with your kids when you make these fun and pretty Christmas tree crafts for kids.

Work together to create a Christmas tree out of a pine cone with this craft from Crystal & Co.

Use a few simple supplies to make this fun Craft Stick Christmas Tree from Easy Peasy and Fun.

This Pipecleaner Christmas Tree Ornament from Red Ted Art is fun to make and will look great on your tree. 

Get into the holiday spirit while creating with your kids when you make these fun and pretty Christmas tree crafts for kids.

Create pretty Christmas trees with this fun Spin Art Tree Art Project from Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds.

Make a Beaded Tissue Paper Tree from Happy Hooligans and get a little fine motor practice too.

Use clay to make a pretty Christmas Tree Pinch Pot from The Imagination Tree.

Which of these Christmas tree crafts for kids do you want to make with?

Get into the holiday spirit while creating with your kids when you make these fun and pretty Christmas tree crafts for kids.

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My Must-Have Christmas Activities Resource

If you’re anything like me, I know you’re looking for fun family activities to do this Christmas. But, not just anything. I’m not looking for elaborate and I’m definitely not looking for something that would require a million trips to the craft store.

That’s why I just love Countdown to Christmas – 24 Activities, Crafts, and Recipes to Countdown to Christmas by Cerys Parker from Rainy Day Mum. The activities are simple (you won’t find anything elaborate) and definitely fun. They’re perfect for families. And, they’re perfect for the advent season.

This fabulous resource for Christmas family fun can be purchased here. Take a peek, you’ll love it!

You may also like these fun Christmas crafts for kids:

Salt Dough Candy Cane Ornaments

Stained Glass Window Ornament Christmas Craft

Stained Glass Star Suncatcher

Joy to the World Christmas Ornament

Are you looking for more kids activities?

Join our fun Facebook community, Creative Family Fun for Busy Families, for daily activities that are great for kids and families. We’ll chat, share, and have fun. It’s a safe and private place to share idea for family and kids activities.

I’d love for you to join me! Just click the link below, request to join, and answer the questions (they’re easy, I promise). Come join the fun! Join the Creative Family Fun for Busy Families community here.

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Terri is a writer and mom of two elementary-aged girls. She has a passion for learning and is always looking for ways to make learning fun. You can find her here writing about fun learning activities, art, craft, and family fun ideas.

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