Once this month- and only briefly – we have had snow! I just love the first snow. It means that Christmas is on it’s way (or Halloween, depending on the year … but this year – Christmas!)
I wrote about Christmas crafts for kids last year that are super cute and fun for little ones to make. This year I thought I would share some Christmas art for kids to make.
These art projects focus on neat art techniques for kids to try and playful art experiences for them to have.
I’m planning on doing one a week with my little guys. I hope you and your little ones have fun giving a few of them a try as well.
Marbled Homemade Christmas Card from Fun-A-Day – Kids can make homemade Christmas cards or pieces of art to frame and hang up using this shaving cream marbling art idea.
Christmas Light Chalk Stencil Art from Buggy and Buddy – Create a beautiful Christmas lights effect using chalk blending techniques and a stencil.
Easy Christmas Faux Stained Glass Art from You Clever Monkey – Children use markers, a ruler, and a special “canvas” to create this faux stained glass art for Christmas. They can create any kind of design they’re interested in exploring.
Christmas Scratch Art from Childhood 101 – Experiment with different colors of scratch art with a Christmas theme.
Christmas Doodle Art from Arty Crafty Kids – Cookie cutters and paint are all that’s needed for this colorful Christmas art project.
Tape Resist Glitter Forest from Left Brain Craft Brain – Kids can explore tape resist painting while creating a glittery, colorful forest this Christmas.
Kids’ Art into Christmas Decoration from Non-Toy Gifts – Use old paintings and other artwork to create Christmas decorations with the kids.
Concentric Circle Christmas Tree Art from Handmade Kids Art – This is a wonderful STEAM project for the kids to get into this Christmas.
Beautiful Baubles by Tiny Art Room – A mixed-media art project that captures beautiful Christmas ornaments on tree branches. Love the use of analogous colors on the ornaments!
Poinsettia Plant Mixed-Media Art from Deep Space Sparkle – What gorgeous poinsettia art the kids can make using a variety of art materials!
Gift Box Collages Made by Preschoolers from Reading Confetti – Let the kids use their imaginations to create Christmas collages with art materials you have on-hand. Use them on gift boxes or to decorate the house for the holidays.
Colorful Christmas Trees from Kids Artists – What a creative idea for Christmas art the kids can make. Kids begin with free painting with watercolors, and then turn that into a forest of trees.
Toddler Christmas Spin Art from Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds – This Christmas art would work for kids of all ages, from toddlers to older children. What a fun process for them to dabble in!
Jingle Bell Painting from Happily Ever Mom – Incorporate jingle bells to the kids’ Christmas art this year. A great way to incorporate the sense of sound with an art activity.
Christmas Tree Holiday Art from Art Bar – Children can let their creativity loose as they design and make their own cardboard Christmas trees.
Playful Christmas Toddler Art from Lessons Learnt Journal – Kids of all ages will have a blast stamping with green paint and adding sparkles to this large piece of Christmas art. It could be done on a smaller scale while making Christmas cards, too.
Christmas Puffy Paint Art from The Artful Parent – Make microwave puffy paint in Christmas colors. Kids can use the paint to make all kids of Christmas art with it.
Holiday Wall Art from Meri Cherry – Turn a wall into a giant canvas for the kids this Christmas. They can create their own Christmas tree, or any other Christmas art they want to make.
Collaborative Pine Tree Art from Fun-A-Day – Children use various parts of pine trees to create a beautiful work of art. Let them add some of their own decorations to turn it into Christmas tree art.
Christmas Bubble Art from In Lieu of Preschool – What kid doesn’t love blowing bubbles? Use them to create colorful Christmas art that can be made into wrapping paper or hung up in the house.
What do you think? Did you find a few Christmas art activities that will work for you and yours? I hope so! I find planning an art activity or two makes sure I am taking some time to slow down and really enjoy this season with my little ones.
It’s very easy to get caught up in the busyness of this time of year. It’s funny how one simple little art activity can center me and bring me right back to what matters. Time creating with my family.
Thank you very much for reading friends! I hope you have had a fabulous week. I have a very pretty art project heading your way next week – come on back soon. xx