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Christmas Tree Craft Ideas For Children

Published December 18, 2009        by Nicole

 Christmas Tree Craft Ideas For ChildrenKeep your kids occupied this holiday season with these fun Christmas-tree themed craft ideas.  They'll love making their own creations to proudly display in your home or to share with friends and family.  Here are links to just a few of my favorite Christmas tree crafts: Paper Christmas Tree - to create an adorable table top decoration Pine Cone Christmas Tree - kids can spend hours finding pine cones in the yard to create these adorable ornaments (or you can buy pine cones at a craft store) Little Christmas Tree Decoration - watch this video to learn how to make these cute little trees Create this beautiful jewel-covered Christmas tree craft by drawing a Christmas tree on a piece of heavy white (or green) card stock.  Cut out the trees. Then glue green jewels around the edge of the Read more

Reindeer Christmas Crafts For Kids

Published December 14, 2009        by Nicole

 Reindeer Christmas Crafts For Kids Create a fun-filled evening for your family by combining these adorable reindeer themed Christmas crafts with a special showing of Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer.  In this post, I will share just of few of my kids favorite reindeer crafts along with the instructions for making my childhood favorite...A Clothespin Reindeer. To create this cute little reindeer, you will need three old fashioned wooden clothespins (I bought mine at Michaels craft center), two wiggly eyes, a small red pom-pom for the nose, and some glue. Assemble the reindeer by gluing two of the clothes pins together to form the deer's body, then glue the last clothespin (in the opposite direction) to create the face and antlers.  Finally, glue on the eyes and red pom-pom nose as shown in the photo. Tip - I like Read more