Here are five different Christmas stars for the kids to build out of fuse beads - so pretty hung on the tree!
Christmas Fuse Bead Patterns
Our Christmas Fuse Bead Patterns are a great craft activity for kids on long winter afternoons! Make them all and string together a mobile, or use them as badges and pins, card toppers (perfect for a really special home-made Christmas card), gift tags, napkin ring holders (attach to a strip of card) or, of course, Christmas tree decorations!
Here's a lovely old fashioned stocking made out of fuse beads! This is more suitable for older kids as the turn down on the stocking is quite complicated. You could hang your stocking on the tree when done!
This decorated Christmas tree fuse bead pattern makes a very pretty homemade Christmas card topper, or a super Christmas tree decoration. We used yellow, blue and red beads for the "decorations" on our tree, but gold and silver beads or red and white beads would look lovely too.
This simple Christmas tree fuse bead pattern looks very pretty as a card topper on a homemade Christmas card, or hanging from a Christmas tree! We put a yellow "star" on the top but of course you could leave that out.
This Christmas Tree With Candles Fuse Bead Pattern is quick to turn out and has an old fashioned feel. Try sticking three to the front of a blank landscape card for a really special homemade Christmas card (use a sticky pad for a slightly 3d.
Here's a great Christmas activity for older kids - reproducing our Santa pattern with their fuse beads! You will need 4 large boards and good counting skills to replicate him.
Make a jolly Santa out of fuse beads for Christmas! You'll need lots of red beads, white beads for hat, beard, moustache, eye brows and buttons, and black for eyes and nose.
You will need a large square pegboard or four smaller square peg boards linked together for this lovely Santa fuse bead pattern. It's quite a tricky design so younger children may need some help from an adult.