The holiday season is so much fun for young kids. From decorating the tree to enjoying sweet treats, there is so much to love about Christmas as a child! If your little one is in love with Christmas, they’re going to have a blast with this adorable toddler Christmas tree craft craft for kids. It’s a simple Christmas craft that also makes a great activity for little hands.
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On top of being adorable, these simple craft for kids is also educational. Your little one will get a chance to practice their fine motor skills and pincer grasp as they decorate their very own Christmas tree.
Make Toddler Christmas Tree Craft
This cute Christmas tree craft is so simple to make! It’s great for kids of any age! Your toddler and preschooler will have a chance to practice a few of his fine motor skills as he works, and your older kids will be able to complete this craft entirely on their own. To create your Christmas tree craft for kids you’ll need:
- felt Christmas tree
- gold pipe cleaner
- red and green pompoms
- Christmas stickers
And the best part about this cute craft is that all the supplies can be found at the Dollar Tree! I spent about $5 on supplies and this craft kept my little one busy for days! I think he decorated every tree in the package!
The first thing I did to help my little one along on the decorations is glue some gold pipe cleaner on the tree to act as garland and a red pompom on top of the tree. Since my two-year-old isn’t great with glue, I did this step myself. But older kids can definitely do this part on their own.
Then, I let my little guy go to town adding his sticker “ornaments” to the tree. These little glittery stickers were perfect for this craft. They’re easy enough for a toddler to remove from the paper on his own and they’re stick enough to stay on the felt tree after he puts them on.
I just love how perfect this Christmas tree craft is for toddlers! It’s a great way to give them a chance to decorate their own tree. Especially if your toddler is too young to help with decorating your real Christmas tree!
Questions About This Christmas Tree Craft
While this is a toddler Christmas tree craft for kids, you may have a few questions about how I made this felt tree. Here are a few commonly asked questions:
Where do you get the supplies?
I found all these supplies at Dollar Tree. But you can find similar supplies on Amazon, like these:
What kind of glue should I use?
Since I glued the garland and pompom on top of the tree myself, I used hot glue to make sure they stayed in place. But if your little one is old enough to use glue on their own, traditional white glue should work fine on this Christmas tree craft.
- Felt Christmas trees
- Gold pipe cleaner
- Red pom poms
- Glitter stickers
- Glue pieces of gold pipe cleaner on the felt Christmas tree as tinsel.
- Attach red pom poms and glitter stickers as ornaments.
All supplies used in this craft were purchased at Dollar Tree.
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Emily is a midwestern mom of two boys. She loves all things DIY — from home renovations to kids birthday party planning. Whether she’s making a new farmhouse craft for her home or helping her kids with a cool activity, you can bet she’s in the middle of some kind of DIY project (or three) right now!