Simple Jeweled Christmas Tree Craft for Kids
We love quick and simple crafts, especially around Christmas time. A couple years ago we made these adorable Paper Strip Christmas Trees. They were a huge hit, so I decided to make a simpler version this year. Instead of 3D trees, we created this super simple Christmas Tree Craft for Kids.
Christmas Tree Materials:
- Green Paper Triangle ~ I precut them, but would be a great time to work on those all important scissor skills.
- Jewels ~ Lots and lots of Jewels!
- Clothes pin
The kiddos LOVE when I bring out the bin of jewels. A little sparkle makes any craft amazing. We also had fun revisiting our simple Gingerbread Pattering activity.
Squeezing glue from a bottle is great for building hand muscles and co-ordination. However if Im being honest, most of those bottles are hard even for ME to get to work. I find that its easiest to pour a bit of glue out and let the kids dip and dot the glue onto their project. Q-tips work great for dipping glue, plus the kids love it!
We also love our homemade glue sponge. If you have not tried it yet, I bet your kids will love it! So easy to make, and it really saves on glue!
I love how clothes pins look as the stems of these little Christmas Trees. Simple, cute and so easy. Everything we love about kids crafts!
Christmas is a favorite holiday at our house. We enjoy creating quick and simple Christmas crafts for kids each season. Here are a few of our favorites…