Are you ready for some fun Christmas tree crafts for kids? These are great to help entertain the kids during the holidays, including your child’s class or preschool group. Kids of any age love Christmas tree crafts!
Christmas Tree Crafts for Kids
I think most people agree that the Christmas tree is the highlight of holiday decorating. Somehow it represents years of memories, giving, togetherness and love. Sometimes we don’t want the kids touching certain ornaments or parts of the tree, so Christmas tree crafts are a great way to make them feel more involved.
3-D Felt Christmas Tree
These are some of the cutest Christmas tree crafts around. Some easy embroidery is involved, and the kids will love embellishing their tree with buttons from the button jar.
3-D Paper Christmas Tree Crafts
This 3-D paper Christmas tree is easy to put together. Cut two trees out of construction paper, fold in half, and glue them together in the center. It would be fun to add glitter and ornaments to the branches!
Edible Strawberry Tree
What’s more fun for kids than a craft they can also eat? If you can find some where you are, strawberries stack into a pretty Christmas tree shape! Add powdered sugar or whipped cream “snow” for fun.
A Christmas Tree for The Wall
This is a great idea for your child’s bedroom wall, and she can do it herself if she’s old enough.
Christmas Tree Yarn Art
Kids love yarn art, and this is a fun one perfect for Christmas time. All they need to do is cut a triangle out of heavy paper, then wrap it in colorful yarns. A few beads make pretty ornaments for the yarn tree!
Wine Cork Christmas Tree
Wine corks make plenty of fun crafts, and that includes a wine cork Christmas tree the kids can glue together by themselves.
Fold a Christmas Tree Napkin
With this Christmas tree craft, the kids can help with the Christmas dinner table.
Pine Cone Tree Crafts for Kids
These trees are so unique! If you have a pine tree, let the kids go outside to pick up pine cones, and then glue them into Christmas tree shapes. I think these are so cute.
Cookie Christmas Tree Craft
These cookie trees prove that not all Christmas trees have to be green to be festive! Use different sizes of star-shaped cookie cutters to make gingerbread cookies. Let the kids stack the cookies and drizzle with Royal icing.
Kids love this one! Get out the button jar, or purchase a pack of colorful buttons for crafting. Clear glue is all you need to glue the buttons into the most adorable Christmas tree!
Which of these Christmas tree crafts for kids do your kids like best? Need some more holiday crafts for kids? Try 10 Paper Plate Christmas Crafts for Kids.
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in December 2017. It has been updated for content.