Yesterday, I told my Sunday School class that we were going to make “Christmas Finger Puzzles” for our craft.
They took one look at my finished example and told me that I was making was a “cootie catcher”.
No matter how often I tried to correct them, they insisted that these were “cootie catchers”. Apparently, in other places these little origami projects are also called “fortune tellers.”
Apart from the names, this is a really fun little Christmas project to work on.
Are you traveling to Grandma’s house for Christmas and need something to keep your kids occupied in the car? Do you need an activity to keep your kids busy while waiting for Christmas Eve dinner to cook? How about a fun project to keep restless kids entertained in downtime at school or church?
This adorable Christmas Notebook is perfect for all of those needs.
Are you looking for some inexpensive but beautiful gifts your children can make and give to friends, grandparents, teachers, and classmates? These simple, rustic Christmas Glitter Cards are a perfect way to let someone special know that you are thinking of them this Christmas season.
These cards are super easy to make. Their appeal comes from the “hand drawn” quality of each card. Each card is its own unique masterpiece.
Making a “God’s Gifts Christmas Box” is an excellent way to remind your kids, grandkids, or Sunday School class of the true meaning of Christmas – God sent His precious Son into an evil world to rescue us from our own sins.
Each adorable God’s Gifts Christmas Box includes six different “mini” pages of Bible activities focusing on God’s gifts to us. The gift tag can be colored or sprinkled with glitter and features a “To” line which can be filled out with your child’s name.
Ready to get started on this adorable and meaningful Christmas craft?
Enjoy the Christmas season with your children with a couple of these fun activities:
Kids love to decorate the Christmas tree with their own creations. These burlap Christmas ornaments allow them to do just that! These adorable ornaments are perfect for sending to Grandma, embellishing cookie plates, or even for making gift tags or bookmarks.
I love the idea of an Advent Calendar, but I didn’t want an Advent Calendar filled with sugar or cheap little toys. So, I grabbed some scrapbook paper and made this one. Sometimes, simple is best.
This Advent calendar is simple to make and focuses on activities, time spent together, and outreach ideas instead of trinkets or candy. Here’s how to make it: