Thinking of new holiday crafts to do this year, I realized that I have done a few very easy to make Christmas ornaments. So, I thought I’d put together a round-up of seven DIY Christmas Ornaments for Kids today!
This one is a popular one that I did when I first started blogging. All you need is a recycled toilet paper roll, glue, ribbon, and a rhinestone. You can glitter or paint them if you want as well. It’s super easy and the kids will love it!
I don’t know about you but our household ended up with two Scrabble boards. One had many missing pieces so I decided to reuse the tiles. Your kids can spell out whatever their hearts desires!
I found these skeleton keys in the dollar bin at a craft store. All I did was add a ribbon and a bead and you have an instant ornament!
What do you do with all those toy figurines and Happy Meal toys your kids won’t let go? Turn them into a memory keepsake ornament! I write the year on the bottom so I don’t forget. If you have multiple, you can give them away to friends at school as easy and inexpensive homemade gifts.
Another great way to recycle and reuse is to turn old colorful Christmas cards into flower ornaments. With a similar technique as the toilet paper roll ornaments, these are also really fun to make with the kids.
One of my most recent ornaments can be made with kids as well. They’ll have fun working with paint and giving these ornaments a little shake.
This is a great one to make and give to grandma. Take one of her handkerchiefs and make a pretty keepsake ornament for her as a gift this year. Add a tag with the year and a little message to Grandma.