30 Easy Christmas Crafts for Kids to Make at Home with Mama or Papa
(Why just the kids? Lots for the mama who likes to craft too!)
Did you follow along with my 30 Christmas Crafts in November? (Perhaps you’ve only just joined us now?) If you did, I’d love to know if you took action and made something… After all, when you want to fire up your creative spark, you need to throw the log on the fire. Get up. Stand up. Join in. Do it. Not just log it on Pinterest and never get back to it. (Yes, guilty as charged!)
Well, with only 7.5 days to go until the big day, I thought I’d gather up all the 30 crafts in one place, just for you. There are plenty of these crafts you could do in the days we have left. A Santa Key perhaps? Or a cute little Santa Doll to go into the stocking? Or why not whip up a few hairclips for a gift for a niece or daughter or friend?
I dare you to take action and CREATE! See below for 30 links all in one spot.
But here’s the thing…
Now, I know that as much as I like to save links to wonderful finds on the net, I know from experience that sometimes links get broken or content disappears and when I return to find a how-to, it’s simply not there anymore. Don’t let this happen to you. If you have absolutely no time left for Christmas crafting in 2013 but you have good intentions that Next Year, you’ll begin earlier, you might like a copy of my Christmas Craft ebook. I’ve gathered these 30 how-to tutorials and put them together into a 295 page e-book to save you time, and energy looking for those links. Just save it to your documents and you’ll never need worry again. Or perhaps you’d like a copy for prosperity, or just like the time-saving appeal of buying an e-book download rather than dealing with google search. There are lots of great reasons to buy a book, I know!
It’s not just these 30 crafts either. It’s much more fun than that.
There are actually 52 crafts altogether, including 12 BRAND NEW and EXCLUSIVE crafts. I’ve saved a few of my all-time Christmas crafting favourites for the book and you simply won’t find them anywhere else. These include ‘Frosty the Snowman‘, a felt-wrapped handmade Bon-Bon , a very sweet felt waffle-style bauble (like the paper baubles that are everywhere at the moment but longer-lasting), a seasonal peg doll family, a cute idea for a small gift, and my favourite- a very simple but divine wet-felted angel that is now standing in my lounge room. She is SUPER DOOPER cute and if you know how to make a felt ball, a felt rope and can wet-felt a flat piece, you can make her too. (Even if you don’t know how to do these things, I’ll show you step-by-step in the book.) PLUS 6 other NEW beautiful crafts too.
Also included in the ebook is a recipe for my favourite gingerbread, a song or two, and a list of 52 fun activities you might do with your children during this festive time. Plus links to shops and places to find your resources.
So here is a VERY SPECIAL Christmas offer, just for YOU!
My new e-book is 52 Simple and Fun Christmas Crafts for your Family.
52 crafts, one for every week of the year.
And it is on sale this week until Christmas Eve for just $10.
But of course, you can still get the 30 links from the 30 days of Christmas Crafts for free too. I’ve listed them all in one spot below.
Season’s Greetings to you and yours!
Christmas Projects 1-30.
9. Wool Fleece Angel- Classic Tree Angel or Rainbow Twirl Girl
11. Little Elf Standing Doll Puppet
12. Rudolf the Reindeer Standing Doll Puppet
16. Dolly Peg Angel
17. Bell and Ribbon Rattle or Tree Decoration
18. Christmas Card Peg Holders (Four styles)
30. Fancy Festive Hairclips (Three styles)