These super fun DIY Christmas Ornaments to Make with the Kids are the perfect way to enjoy some family time, making memories you will all cherish forever!
Craft projects like the following DIY Christmas Ornaments to Make with the Kids are a wonderful activity to do with young kids to bond as a family and improve their manual dexterity and learning skills.
These DIY Ornaments also give kids a chance to make their own decorations for the Christmas tree, and some of these designs even feature their favorite characters like Elmo and the Minions!
With a few inexpensive materials, you can enjoy some quality one-on-one time with the kids making these super fun DIY Christmas Ornaments and forming memories you’ll all cherish for years to come.
For more DIY ornament tutorials, check out 60 Gorgeous DIY Christmas Ornaments.
You can even make these DIY ornaments to sell for extra Christmas money! For more inspiration, check out 20 Best DIY Crafts You Can Make + Sell for Extra Money.
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These DIY ornaments are about the most adorable things I’ve ever seen!
This tutorial shows you how to transform simple ball ornaments into your kids’ favorite characters with paint and vinyl.
These ornaments look perfectly painted, but they are actually made with temporary tattoos!
Plus, you and the kids can decorate yourselves with any extra temporary tattoos you have left over.
Repurpose old bottle caps into sweet holiday snowmen and women – that won’t melt when the season is over – with this easy tutorial.
Make these no bake cinnamon cookies to fill your tree with the warm smell of cinnamon.
For a more intricate frosted version, check out 40 Gorgeous DIY Christmas Ornaments for a Fun + Festive Holiday.
Put crayons in glass balls and melt them with a hair dryer to make these ultra bright and colorful ornaments.
These cute little pom pom characters will add a touch of whimsy to your tree that your kids will love!
What Christmas would be complete without Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer on your tree?!
Here’s another Rudolph design made with walnuts!
They’ll only stay little for a short while. Remember those precious days forever with these handprint ornaments that make a great gift for grandparents!
Here’s another hand print ornament perfect for keepsake gifts!
Have a furry family member? Make sure to honor your best friends by making them their own special keepsake paw print ornaments!
Memorialize this year’s Christmas list forever with this cute ornament featuring their list to Santa.
If your little one is writing on his own, let him (or her!) write the list to make it even more special.
This hot cocoa mix ornament is like two gifts in one – they can decorate their tree with a cute ornament, then enjoy the contents once the decorations come down!
Whether hung on the Christmas tree, topping a package, or strung together to make a winter garland, these miniature winter hats are an easy and inexpensive craft project for the whole family.
These simple ornaments would fit into any home decor and make great gifts or gift tag ornaments!
If your little guy is into superheroes, he’ll love making these DIY ornaments.
These little elves are amazingly adorable! Design them to look like your own kids with this DIY tutorial.
Turn Old Fashioned Flat Clothespins into a herd of Santa’s reindeer to decorate your tree or mantle with Christmas cheer!
These wrapped yarn ornaments are so pretty and fun to make!
Using yarn, glue, sewing pins and Styrofoam trays, you can make unique and beautiful homemade Christmas ornaments that look beautiful on the Christmas tree and make amazing gifts.
Little girls will love making these adorable spoon dolls inspired by the Rainbow Magic fairy books and fashioned from wooden spoons.
Teach your children the art of origami with these bright and festive ornaments.
Give your Christmas tree a bright pop of sweetness with these simple ball ornaments decorated with pretty holiday sprinkles.
Teach your kids the needle felting technique with this cute and crafty DIY tutorial.
Here’s another super cute elf ornament, this time made from pine cones!
Remember, if you use pine cones gathered from outside, make sure to bake them in a 200 degree oven to dry them out and remove bugs that could come out into your home.
Bake until they open, and the sap is dry, which should take about 30 minutes.
These fun and festive gumball machine ornaments will add a splash of bright color to your Christmas tree!
Celebrate your family’s travels with these simple and unique state ornaments.
These Fun + Easy DIY Christmas Ornaments to Make with the Kids are the perfect family activity to enjoy the holiday season!
For more DIY Christmas Ornament ideas to make with the family, see 60 DIY Christmas Ornaments for a Fun + Festive Holiday.
What do you think of these adorable Christmas ornaments just for kids? Please let me know in the comments below!