Use leftover hard candy to make beautiful holiday ornaments with a stained glass effect.
The last bits of hard candy in the bottom of dish that no one wants can be used for a holiday craft project that’s sure to delight children and adults.
These cute mitten ornaments are easy enough for little hands to make.
Toddlers like to be in on the holiday crafting fun, too. This easy mitten craft lets them be involved without tackling a project that's beyond their abilitites.
This adorable snowman ornament is a cinch to make out of recycled popsicle sticks.
Kids can personalize their snowman ornaments to create a one-of-a-kind family treasure.
Look to nature for inspiration for this glittery ornament. Kids that love working with glitter will enjoy making fancy pinecones to deck the halls.
You can buy pinecones in craft stores, but why not send the kids outside to search for them instead? All varieties of pinecones will look fancy dressed up in gold paint and glitter.
Make an outdoor Christmas tree garland for your feathered friends this holiday season.
Stringing beads is a fun activity for preschoolers that will help develop fine motor skills.
Choose the simple version of this tissue paper holiday wreath for toddlers or choose the more complex version for older kids.
Glue, tissue paper and star stickers are all a toddler needs to craft this simple holiday wreath ornament.
Get kids involved in gift making by creating ornaments for the bird lovers in the family.
Even young children can make bird seed ornaments to give as Christmas gifts.
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