Douglas Talks about how Christmas gifts remind him of the greatest gift of all! Let’s never forget that Christmas is about God sending his Son Jesus to save us from our sins.
Popsicle Stick Christmas Tree
Not only is this an incredibly simple afternoon craft, but it also allows you to put those leftover wrapping paper scraps to use. Fill the center of popsicle stick triangles with patterned wrapping paper, then kids can paint and decorate the wooden craft sticks with stick-on gems and glitter. This project is a great introduction to simple shapes, as well as simple design, for little ones.
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Puzzle Piece Christmas Tree
Flip puzzle pieces to their cardboard backs, then paint in various shades of pine tree green. Arrange into a Christmas tree shape, and glue onto a blank canvas or square of cardboard. Finish by decorating with bunched balls of tissue paper and sequins.
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Jeweled Paper Christmas Tree
In this clever kids’ craft, a clothespin does double duty as the Christmas tree’s stump and a handy stand. Pre-cut green triangles for little kids, then let them decorate with gems, sequins, or glitter. These look especially cute grouped together in a forest of sparkly pine trees as a DIY-ed centerpiece for your holiday spread.