Free Christmas Craft Ideas For Kids

Are you looking for a great craft idea for your children’s Sunday school class? Then check out these websites. They list many great kid’s Christmas crafts, ideas and projects. Arts and crafts are not my strong point. So I’m thankful for all the easy and free Christmas craft ideas for kids. Try these for your Sunday school lesson, children’s church, or at home with your children.

Christmas Coloring pages New for Christmas 2010, Mandy is creating an Advent coloring book. Each page will have a different coloring sheet to help children think about the meaning of Christmas. When all put together, kids will have a Gospel-centered art project in to celebrate the season.

Christmas Craft Ideas
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Free Christmas Craft Ideas For Kids

Christmas Time Together is the best place to find free, easy and clear craft projects for children. Your kids will love these art projects. Some craft ideas include: Advent Mural, Angel Tree Ornament, Bead Wreath & Candy Cane, Bell Ornament, Candy Basket, Cookie Cutter Ornament, Christmas Card Ornaments, Christmas Cornucopia, Christmas Cracker, Christmas PiƱata, Christmas Place Mats, Clothes Pin Angel and many more. These crafts are free and easy to print off instructions.

Cullen’s Christmas Crafts are free to watch on YouTube. She always does a great job explaining the craft and making it simple to repeat.

Craft Central Station Christmas Idea page offers more great Christmas projects for kids. They offer a wide range of craft, gift, art, and card projects for children.

Danielle’s Place has dozens of free and easy Christmas crafts for children. Some crafts include:Craft Stick Christmas Star Ornament Craft for Kids, Peppermint Candy Frame, Coffee Filter Angel Craft, Ice Cream Cone Christmas Tree Craft, Poinsettia Flower Angel Craft, Picture Frame Christmas Ornament Craft, Lace Angel Craft, Angel Hershey’s Kiss Party Favor Craft, Communion Cup Reindeer, Christmas Candle with Base Craft, Gift Bags with gift tags Craft, CD Christmas Ornament Craft, Nativity Craft, Baby Jesus Envelop Craft, and many printable card crafts in her members area.

The Christmas Zone at is a great place to find crafts and Sunday school lessons about Christmas. They offer many free items, but you’ll need to buy a membership to get full access. I usually look here first when I’m planning a craft for kid’s church.


  1. jacki says

    our small church plans to have a Christmas themed VBS and I am looking for lesson ideas, skits and crafts. do you have suggestions. thank you

  2. Catherine Autry says

    really happy to have found your site. just what i needed. I plan to do a winter wonder land scene for Christmas, do you have any ideas for that. and needed a play to accompany it, Thanks alot for the play.

  3. SHEENA says

    Thank you very much for these bright ideas for kids. I am very glad to be a member. God bless.

  4. Debroah Robinson Williams says

    Thanks for all the help that you have provided for so many people. We are in a rural area in Mississippi and don”t have a wide variety of resources. This make our load a lot lighter on getting things for our children.


  5. lisa says

    I would like to sign up for the free newsletter. I need ideas. The children at my church are going down in number and I need ideas on reaching other kids to come to church. Thanks.

  6. Emilia says

    Thanks for the links on craft projects. I found a couple of activities that I would want to do with my nieces and nephews. I have 8 nieces and nephews and I babysit them a lot. I am always trying to think of ways for them to have fun without tv or video games. Anyway, there is this really cool website that families can go to and check out together at

    This website allows kids to upload their drawings they’ve made at school or home, animate them, and much more! The website is very kid-focused so kids have an easy time using it. I work with Kabillion and I just wanted to let you know about this great site you can check out with your kids. Check it out and let me know what you and your kids end up creating!

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