Blogmas day sixteen: Christmas DIY ideas for children

Blogmas day sixteen: Christmas DIY ideas for children


Happy Sunday! How are you? I hope you’ve had a great day. I am so sorry tonight’s post is so late! I have had such a crap day, but, I have finally found time to sit down and sort of relax and that’s when I realised I still haven’t finished tonight’s post. So that’s why we are here now.

I have found two fun and simple DIY’s for children to take part in. I made sure they were really easy because I know how stressful children can be. Let’s jump straight into the first one.

Fingerprint Reindeers

This is such a fun, creative and easy DIY for any child to get involved in. All you need is brown paint, a willing child to participate, and some plain or coloured paper.

The child will get to the fun part of things in their finger and printing it onto the paper, you or someone else, gets the artist side of things. To finish of the look, add some antlers and/or a red nose to represent Rudolph.

Pipe cleaner candy canes

This one may not be for the younger ones, but this is definitely a great DIY. All you need is pipe cleaners and beads. To create this, you need to slightly bend one end of the pipe cleaner up, add the beads into your coloured pattern. (Red then white, or white then red ect.) Once you’ve finished, bend the bottom part up to stop the beads falling off. Bend the pipe cleaner into shape, and hey presto, you have Pipe cleaner candy canes.

And that’s all I have for you tonight, I will be back tomorrow with a new post. I really hope you enjoyed this post, if you did please do leave a like and comment below.

I’m sending you lots of love and festive cheer,

A x


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