When the kids get out of school for Christmas break, head the cries of boredom off at the path with these fun and easy Christmas crafts from the crafty person’s paradise.
Cut out a blizzard of paper snowflakes and turn your house into a winter wonderland.
Use a mini muffin tin to create a reusable advent calendar.
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Kids can recreate their favorite winter scenes with this collage made of cut-out paper shapes.
Decorate your house for Christmas with these simple and elegant yarn trees.
These ornaments will sparkle on your Christmas tree without getting glitter all over the place.
Keep this pretty, easy-to-make striped soap for yourself or give it away as a stocking stuffer.
You can build this snowman even without snow — and he’ll never melt!
These snowmen will get eaten long before they would ever melt!
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Don’t wait for Santa any longer when you can make him yourself out of cardboard and paper chains.
Make one or more of these stocking designs and then hang the finished product by the chimney with care.
These candy cane ornaments look almost good enough to eat.
Keep the snow and miniature scenes and get rid of the mess by making waterless snow globes.
You would never suspect that this abstract tree is created with toilet paper rolls and fingerprints, tools so simple even preschoolers will be able to partake.
Make over old candles and candleholders to create a festive holiday centerpiece.