Do you have a family ornament-making tradition, or would you like to start one? Making kids Christmas ornaments is a rich and easy way to encourage creative thinking while developing a family ritual of crafting love. Pulling out craft supplies and tinkering with hot cider in hand is a sure way to make the season feel full and alive.
A Tradition of Making Kids Christmas Ornaments
Each winter my girls and I make ornaments together. Last week we filled clear baubles with pom poms and glitter and made Pom Pom Pinecones. As we trimmed this year’s tree it was heart-warming to unpack ornaments past. The tradition of crafting together helps us connect while building family traditions that are now deep-rooted in our fabric.
I asked some of my blogging friends to share their favorite Kids Christmas Ornaments, and they gifted us with this amazing collection that you’re about to explore. Thank you (in no particular order) to Red Ted Art, Mama Miss, Art Bar Blog, Babble Dabble Do, No Time for Flash Cards, Toddler Approved, Hello Wonderful, and WillowDay.
I’m sure there will be something here for you. And if you’re like me, you’ll try a bunch of them and save a few ideas for the years to come.
21 Favorite Kids Christmas Ornaments
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