DIY Holiday Activities Your Children Will Love

DIY Holiday Activities Your Children Will Love

Spend some time with your little ones this Christmas season by creating something they will love. DIY's are inexpensive, adorable, and fun to make. Whether you give them as gifts or keep them for memories, nothing says "I appreciate you" more than taking the time to create something special with your kids.

Snow Man Pencils

Have a few old pencils lying around? Transform them into a snowman by adding a few foam balls and accesories. These buddies are great for studying as well as playful gifts.


Craft instructions here.

 

Snow Globes

What kid doesn't like a cool snow globe? We all know mason jars have many uses, so why not use them for Christmas decoration? Old ornaments or table top accesories are great to display inside, no need to buy anything for this one! 


Craft instructions here.

 

Marshmellow Snowflakes

Give your sweetie a one-in-a-million hot coco! Marshmallows are a must with this holiday drink, so make it even more enjoyable by shaping them into snowflakes! 


Craft instructions here.

 

Cookie Cutter Ornaments

Need to get rid of old holiday cookie cutters? Don't throw them out just yet! Create memorable ornaments by cutting colorful paper and placing it inside. It's easy and your kids will have a great time decorating the tree with unique ornaments.


Craft instructions here.

 

Pine Cone Elves

How cute are these? Elf on the shelf dolls can be expensive, so make an original little elf for yourself. Not only are these easy to make, but your kids will love finding them in different places everyday.


Craft instructions here.

 

Matchbox Gifts

Small gifts can be hard to wrap, make it easier by using old matchboxes. Decorate them however you want - there's no wrong way for this cute wrapping idea.


Craft instructions here.

 

Gingerbread Man Wreath

Before you eat all the gingerbread cookies this year, consider using a few for a nice DIY wreath with your kids. This delicious decoration will have your mouth watering every time you look at it.


Craft instructions here.

 

Button Covers

Transform your kids un-touched button up shirts and add some christmas cheer. This is too easy not to do, plus they will look adorable at Grandma and Grandpa's this year.


Craft instructions here.

 

Candy Cane Mice

Holiday parties are coming up, which means making a special treat for everyone in the class. Your kids will have the most unique gift by creating candy cane mice. It's something you don't see everyday and super creative.


Craft instructions here.

We hope you enjoyed a few of these craft inspriations for the holidays. Which one do you think you and your children will try? Also, let us know in the comments below if you have anymore DIY ideas.