Across the Internet, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram homemade Christmas ornament ideas are being shared. There are some beautiful ideas, crafty ideas but are they Christmas ornaments kids can make? Do you have time to sift through posts after post to find the easiest ornaments kids can make?
We’ve talked to some of the best Philadelphia area bloggers, many moms like you, and not only do we have their ideas for Christmas ornaments kids can make, we are sharing their ornament blog posts below.
Christmas Ornaments Kids Can Make
From Jersey Family Fun, Leah shared with us how her kids made Splatter Paint Ornaments with paint and holiday balls. Take a look at her directions for Splatter Paint Ornaments.
Anne another Jersey Family Fun mom, last year, told us how her kids made ornaments from Salt Dough. Click over to see how easy it is and how creative you can be with ornaments made from Salt Dough.
As we were putting this together another one of our writers, Marie got crafty with this Snowman Handprint ornament, one that’s sure to be a special keepsake in her family.
Barbara from a Life in Balance has a few great blog posts about Christmas ornaments kids can make.
- First Barbara has an Ironed Contact Paper Ornament. This ornament was inspired by a trip to Longwood Gardens for their Christmas display.
- These paper star ornaments are a good craft for ages 8 and up. These ornaments require detailed folding to get the points of the stars to come out correctly.
- Barbara’s final ornament, cinnamon applesauce ornaments will scent your kitchen as you make them. They’re perfect for ages 3 and up, just be prepared to have a snack on hand. All those yummy smells might make the kids hungry.
Sherry from Super Exhausted has ideas for Christmas ornaments kids can make from items you already have.
- Sherry’s recycled card ornament makes good use of all those holiday cards you get but never know what to do with after Christmas passes.
- Sherry’s next clever ornament for kids takes butterfly paper clips and transforms them into angel ornaments. It’s so simple and so pretty.
Check out more ideas from our Philly blogger friends.
- Lauryn from The Vintage Mom shares this do-it-yourself handsewn ornament idea.
- Jessica from Delaware County Moms’ Thumb/Paw print ornament gets the family pet involved in making hand-made or paw-made ornaments.
If you’re a blogger with your own idea for ornaments kids can make go ahead and link up to it below (where it says click to enter).
If you’re reading this for ideas, we hope you enjoy them and will get to know Jersey Family Fun and the other blogs we’ve linked to a bit more this year.
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