This 3D Christmas snowman (and 3D Christmas tree) are very quick to make with our printable templates - and you can really go to town with the decorating! You could give this as a 3D Christmas snowman card, or just put him out on display.
Paper crafts need the minimum of supplies, many of the crafts here need only paper and glue. This means with a good supply of paper to hand you can rustle up a lovely craft activity whenever you need to.
This Chinese lantern craft is quick and easy to do, but a string of them hung across a room looks bright and pretty and perfect for a Chinese New Year or Lantern Festival display.
Chinese Paper Cuts have been a traditional form of decoration in China at Chinese New Year and all year round for thousands of years. Why not have a go with the kids?
The art of Chinese paper cutting has been prized for many thousands of years. Paper cuts are used for decoration, given as gifts, and are regarded as lucky. Traditional paper cuts often showed celebrations, weddings and feasts, but now all sorts of motifs are used.
These pretty double-layered Christmas lanterns look lovely strung up to decorate the room - or just put them out on display. Children can really have fun decorating the top layer, too!
Use our printable scrapbook paper to make these cute little Christmas tree decorations - and you can fill them with a treat, too, before you hang them on the tree!
Our Christmas spiral a quick and easy Christmas craft that children of all ages will enjoy making! There's no glue involved so there shouldn't be any mess!
This Christmas tree advent calendar is fun to make with your youngest children - and they will love sticking the brightly coloured pompoms on each day!
This very simple advent calendar is perfect for small hands to turn over the pictures and looks very bright and cheerful on the wall.
These homemade Christmas cards are quick and simple to make but very pretty, need little in the way of supplies, and can be adapted or all age groups. The basic card is simply a small triangle and a small rectangle of card, dressed up in a variety of ways.
This Christmas wish tree is a nice little family project at Christmas time, to help children think about the real meaning of Christmas. We used a different colour bauble for each member of the family.
Martin Luther King's message was always one of peace. Try this pretty dove of peace craft as a reminder. This dove is also very pretty hanging from the Christmas Tree!
We've made a template for a simple goat Chinese paper cut - perfect for Year of the Goat! Even with the template you'll need small sharp scissors and lots of patience, so this craft isn't for younger children.
This mini Chinese Lantern Chain is very quick and easy for kids to make, and as you can see from our photo, it looks absolutely spectacular! A great way to brighten up your home or classroom for Chinese New Year!
Paper cutting is an ancient Chinese craft and paper cuts are often very intricate. They are used for decoration and regarded as good luck. Here is a clever idea for making your own Olympic Rings paper cut, designed specially for the Beijing Olympic games but still fun to try now.
This is such a simple craft idea, but your youngest children will enjoy cutting out the shapes and sticking the features on this owl, and love the way the owl looks at you as he stands on display!
Our paper cut snake is a simplified version of a Chinese paper cut that even the youngest children can enjoy for Chinese New Year and Year of the Snake.
All your children need are some paper scraps and other bits and pieces, and some imagination, to make these fun paper pancake dolls for your Pancake Day celebration! Perfect for younger kids.
This paper sculpture rainbow is fun for the kids to make and looks to pretty on display, it's sure to brighten up a grey day. Pre-prepare the cloud shapes and strips for your youngest children, or get them to help and practice their cutting skills.
Paper cutting is a traditional Chinese technique and you will see lovely intricate designs displayed at Chinese New Year. We've come up with two rooter paper cuts for Year of the Rooster - one with a simpler outline and one a lot more tricky!
Decorate your house, your classroom, your windows, your mantelpiece, your books - you'll find plenty of places you'll want to display your row of snowmen with this imaginative paper craft for kids!