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.
Printable Christmas Crafts
A fun collection of printable crafts for the festive season, involving lots of rolling, cutting, sticking, dressing, colouring, and hanging - amongst other things!
This simple printable craft is quick, addictive and very effective. The candy canes look good enough to eat! Hang them on the tree or use them to decorate Christmas presents. You could even use them in a Christmas treasure hunt - writing clues inside before your roll the candy canes up!
Print, colour, cut out and display this beautiful Christmas angel. She looks pretty on top of a Christmas tree - or how about a line of little angels on the classroom windowsill or mantelpiece?
These little angels are adorable! Print out our template page (below) and then use it to cut the shapes out, decorate and assemble.
Make your own pretty Christmas basket, perfect for making your own gift (you could put chocolates or small presents inside) or as a festive decoration. Print onto some card, cut out and fold along the lines, then glue the tabs to stick together.
Use our Christmas bauble decorations printable to make these quick and easy Christmas tree decorations. They work with children of all ages (older children can do really pretty, intricate designs) and make an excellent group activity, too. Be sure to date and sign!
Print, colour, cut out and assemble this fun Christmas mobile, which includes a Christmas Tree, Father Christmas and other familiar Christmas things!
These lovely Christmas cubes look cute placed underneath a mini Christmas tree or on a mantlepiece! Print onto some card, cut out, then fold along the lines. Glue along the tabs then construct your cube! We have two versions to choose from below: colour, or black and white.
Here are some Christmas Cutting Shapes (with dotted cutting lines for our younger visitors). They are fun cutting practise for younger kids, and older children can use them in their Christmas craft projects. Maybe you could make a mobile (see below) or to decorate the tree or Christmas cards?
Colour in this set of Christmas decorations! If you print the page onto card and then cut them out, you could always hang the decorations on your own tree. Alternatively, how about cutting a tree out of green construction paper and pinning it up on the classroom wall.
Available part-coloured in red, green and blue, these lovely Christmas ornaments can be used as a cutting and sticking or sorting activity. Best printed onto card. They are also fun for children to colour in and embellish, especially if you have some silver or gold pens or glitter!
This craft printable makes a Christmas decoration with a difference! Print onto some card, cut out and fold along the lines and glue the tabs to make two pyramids. Now join the two pyramids together to make a fantastic diamond.
Here's a print, colour and cut out mobile featuring the story of the Christmas Nativity. Instructions are on the mobile.
You could use this Christmas ornament frame for a writing project, but it also makes a perfect frame for a little picture and some colouring in. A line of these would look very cute strung up in the classroom!
Is your Christmas tree looking bare this year? Would you like to get the children more involved, and create something that they can bring out proudly year after year to put on display?
Paper chains are one of the simplest but prettiest homemade decorations to make at Christmas! There are 6 designs in this pack, and you can choose from our coloured printable or black and white version (so you can colour them yourself).
We have two versions of this Christmas tree activity - large and small. Print, colour, cut out and stick!
Here's a fun Christmas decoration to try making with the kids. Print onto white card then cut out all the pieces including the two spirals.
Here's a really special Christmas holiday colouring project to enjoy with the children! We have a whole Christmas Village full of beautiful, old-fashioned buildings, drawn with beautiful detail and precision.
Decorate the house for Christmas with this fun printable activity for kids! The house is below, and the decorations - to print, cut out and stick - are here: Decorate the house for Christmas - decorations printable
Decorate a sitting room for the holidays with this printable Christmas activity for kids. Draw in or stick on your own decorations, or cut, colour and stick there: Decorate the room for Christmas - decorations printable
Decorate the tree for Christmas, using our Christmas tree colouring page outline drawing. Kids can either colour it in and and decorate themselves, or print out our page of Christmas tree decorations to cut, colour and stick, here:
Print, colour and cut out these cute little Santa decorations to on the Christmas tree. Why not get the kids to sign the back and date them for a keepsake? We've also got a pre-coloured version for an extra quick Christmas activity.
Everyone loves a gingerbread house at Christmas and now you can make your own craft version! Print onto some card, cut out and fold along the lines. Glue along the tabs to make the house, then fold and glue the roof to the back.
Every year the kids make a few new Christmas decorations and for some reason most years there always seems to be a theme – totally unintentional – this year they seem to be all about making standing 3D decorations.
We had quite a few left over autumn themed images lying around the house and I hate throwing anything away so I suggested to my son that we could make an autumn themed wreath.
Here's one we made earlier! We've got two versions, one in colour and one in black and white ready to be coloured in. Instructions are on the printables below...
Print and make our Santa Door Hanger to make sure that Santa stops at the right place this year!
We've got 4 different versions to choose from, depending on whether you feel like colouring in and cutting and sticking - or you just want something to put up quickly!
Print, cut out and add a little glitter before attaching a loop of ribbon and hanging to the tree. You could stick two together back to back with the ribbon glued between them if you like, or perhaps the kids could sign the back and add a little picture of their own and the date?