Kid’s Craft Christmas Ornaments

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Ornaments

Welcome friends! I hope you’ve been enjoying our Christmas Blog Hop. Today is all about kid’s craft ideas and I have  decided to share an ornament idea that your kids can create and individualize. Keep reading to see how to teach your family how to make their own Kid’s Craft Christmas Ornaments.

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It’s Day 4 and we are sharing Kids Christmas Craft Ideas!


How To Make Kid’s Craft Christmas Ornaments

 

You will need the following:

  • Canning Lids
  • A Variety of Sticker, Miniature Ornaments, Greenery, and Ribbon
  • Cool Temp Glue Gun
  • Gorilla Glue
  • Spray Paint (Optional)

Christmas Ornament Supplies


 

  • Use a good and strong adhesive to glue the two lid pieces together. Hot glue would probably come apart. (If you’d like to spray paint the lids before gluing the pieces together do that now.)

spray paint jar lids

  • If you’d like a different background cut a circle of scrapbook paper and glue inside the lid.

Canning Jar Lid Ornament

  • Using the variety of stickers and miniatures create a scene inside the lid. Let the kids use their imagination.

Christmas Scene Ornament

  • The little snowballs I used to create snow can be quite messy. You can use cotton instead. I placed a glob of hot glue in the bottom of the lid and poured the little snowballs on top of the glue and then let dry. For safety you can use a school glue to adhere the snow.

Canning Jar Ornament

  • When the scene is created you can add ribbon around the edge of the lid, if desired.

jar lid ornaments

  • Glue a loop of ribbon on the back of the ornament to hang.

3D Ornament

Add any other additional embellishments like greenery and ribbon to the outside of the lid and you’re done. Be sure to put the child’s name and the date on the back. These ornaments will be a fun memory to bring out for years to come.

Would love for you to pin this for us.

Christmas Ornament Scenes

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Scroll down for many more Kids Christmas Craft Ideas! 


 

Dru About Dru

There are so many things I could say but I will just start with the basics. Mother to 4. Grandmother to 11 (Yes, 11. All under the age of 9.) I am a former Army wife and we spent 15 years traveling around the world. It was such a thrill to have seen so many places and meeting lifetime friends. I spent many years working in the craft industry and love getting together with friends and creating. I have a lifelong love of thrift shops, antiques, and yard sales.

Comments

  1. Aw, these are adorable! Pinned 🙂 I think when my grandkids are older they would have fun doing this craft with grandma and can take them home for their tree.

  2. Que bonita idea de reciclaje.
    Saludos

  3. Oh my goodness… those are just adorable!!

  4. These are so adorable! Even though my kids are past this age, I pinned it. Maybe someday I’ll have grandkids!

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