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20 DIY Christmas Ornaments for Kids

These 20+ DIY Christmas ornaments for kids are some of the best crafts you can do this season! Make memories and art both with your child—you’ll love pulling them out year after year.

The Christmas season is so much fun. Not only do you get to eat yummy food and spend time with family, but there is so much more to look forward to—like crafting and making memories!

I especially love spending time with the kiddos in the family and creating projects to work on like these Kid-Friendly DIY Ornaments. Not only are they a blast to put together, but you also get to enjoy some good old-fashioned quality time together.

You can easily make these kid-friendly DIY ornaments to keep, or you can give them as gifts. Neighbors, teachers, friends, and other family members will greatly enjoy such a sweet and thoughtful memento.

Collection of DIY Christmas ornaments for kids.

20 DIY Christmas Ornaments for Kids

One thing is for sure when you and the kids make these ornaments they will be something to look back on in the years to come. They will make you smile and warm your heart too. Take a look at these charming DIY ornaments for inspiration.

Peanut Snowman Christmas Ornaments | The Flying Couponer

These adorable peanut snowmen will put a smile on any kiddos face! They are simple to make, and you just need some basic supplies like peanuts, felt, paint, googly eyes, pom poms, and a few other items.

Rudolph Christmas Ornaments | Natural Beach Living 

Isn’t Rudolph everyone’s favorite reindeer? It only makes sense to put together these super cute ornaments for Christmas this year.

Salt Dough Handprint Ornaments | Simple Everyday Mom

They have 4 different ideas for you to make! Each one is perfect for getting everyone in the Christmas spirit. Plus, it will be fun to look back and see how tiny the kid’s hands were.

Old-Fashioned Cinnamon Ornaments | Spaceships And Laser Beams

There is nothing better than the aroma of baking cinnamon ornaments. They are the perfect kid-friendly DIY ornament to start the season!

Easy Grinch Ornament Craft For Toddlers | Rainy Day Mum

Even the littlest kids can enjoy some DIY Christmas ornaments with this fantastic craft. Plus, these ornaments are so pretty and will look lovely on your tree too.

Wine Cork Snowmen Ornaments | A Modern Cinderella

This is a project for you and the kids. You can sip on the wine, and they can turn the corks into adorable snowmen. It’s a win for everyone!

Craft Stick Snowman Ornament | We’re Bright At Home

Gather some craft sticks, felt, paint, buttons, ribbon, and googly eyes because you are in for a real treat. These craft stick snowmen ornaments are perfect for the holidays.

Wooden Santa Decoration For Kids | The Inspiration Edit

These terrific Santa ornaments would look lovely on your tree as well as decorations on packages. They are easy to make, and you just need some basic supplies and a little bit of imagination, and you will be well on your way.

Snowflake Globe Ornament Craft | Glitter On A Dime

If you have children that are fans of Frozen, they will love these snow globes. They are easy to make and will bring a smile to your kid’s face when they are done. Plus, they are super pretty too.

Easy Wreath Mason Jar Lid Ornament | This Mom’s Confessions

You most likely already have the supplies needed lying around your craft room. Gather your twine, mason jar lid ring, ribbon, and buttons, and you’ll be ready to make these beauties.

DIY Rudolph Tealight Ornament | Ottawa Mommy Club

These tealight ornaments are adorable, and when turned on, the nose will light up just like Rudolph. The kids will get a kick out of making these kid-friendly DIY ornaments for sure.

Popsicle Stick Nutcracker Ornament | Fireflies + Mud Pies

Nutcrackers are always popular during the holidays and will be for a long time. They are a traditional look that people have been decorating with for years and years. Keep the traditions going by making these nutcrackers.

Cinnamon Stick Reindeer Ornament – Creative Homemaking

Don’t you just love the smell of cinnamon sticks? I sure do, and Christmas and cinnamon go hand in hand. These ornaments are charming and add a lovely ambiance to your tree.

Clay Pot Christmas Tree Ornaments – Projects With Kids

I love these clay pot Christmas tree ornaments for many reasons. They are entirely customizable, and you could even put the kid’s names on them or whatever colors they like.

DIY Driftwood Tree Ornament – Sustain My Craft Habit

These ornaments are so much fun. You can even go on a walk to get the sticks and make a day out of it.

Gum Drop Christmas Ornaments | Mom Spark

I’ve seen a lot of adorable Christmas ornaments, but this one is one of the cutest ever. I love the bright colors, and you can enjoy a tasty snack while putting it together. The kids will go wild for this idea.

DIY Reindeer Ornaments | Nifty Thrifty DIYER

You just need to gather some Christmas light bulbs, pipe cleaners, googly eyes, pom poms, wire hanger, and a glue gun for this project. It’s easy and entertaining.

Keepsake Handprint Ornament | As For Me And My Homestead

Nothing says winter like these adorable fingerprint snowmen. They will bring a smile to your face even when the kids are full-grown.

Let It Snow – Scrabble Tile Ornament | Crafts By Amanda

You can easily customize these ornaments by spelling all sorts of words. You could even use each child’s name!

Snowflake Ornament Christmas Craft | Where’d My Sanity Go

I love the look of white ornaments with glitter. It’s just a classic style that never gets old. These snowflakes are great for kids of all ages because they can decorate them and make each one special.

Wood Slice Snowman Ornament | In The Kids Kitchen

You’ll need some wood slices, colored felt, hot glue gun, scissors, paintbrush, paint, paint pens, twine, pom poms, pipe cleaners, and you can make these adorable ornaments.

As you can see, there are so many ways your children can get involved in making DIY ornaments of their own this year! I promise, you will treasure these keepsakes for years to come.

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