1. Red Nosed Reindeer Cork Ornament
This little reindeer is made from two and a half corks, some fabric scraps for the tail and ears, a tiny piece of jute for antlers, and a bead for the red nose. Get the guide from The Homeless Finch.
2. Jingle Bell Wreath
The bells are ringing! Suitable forchildren ages 4+, this ornament will look lovely both on the tree or hanging on a garland. Plus, you can decide how big or how small to build them. Get the details from Kaboose.
3. Elf Boot Stocking
This elf boot design is a great alternative to the classic red stocking. This craft is suitable for older children as sewing needles are required but the little ones can still participate by filling it in with stuffing at the end! Find the design at Spoonful.
4. Apple Cinnamon Ornament
This craft is suitable for kids ages 4+ and is sure to delight with the apple sauce and cinnamon mixing step. Plus, allow them to express a bit of their creativity though cutting their own ornament shapes. Find the instructions at KinderArt.
5.Crochet Candy Garland
For a project that is extra sweet, start with crocheting a string for garland from your yarn stash and twist wrapped hard candies into the line at regular intervals. For the walkthrough, visit Dollar Store Crafts.
6. Cotton Ball Santa
This fun santa craft only takes a handful of supplies but is sure to keep your kids entertained for longer than ten minutes. For the how-to, check out Family Ever After.
7. Paper Angel Ornament
Perfect for kids ages 5+, this little angel takes little prep work and can be put together quickly. Great for making a bunch in all different colors! Get the details from Kaboose.