We are always looking for ways to create something meaningful. Making Christmas Art projects for kids is a fun way to express the meaning of Christmas for kids of all ages.
We try to incorporate different art mediums and a few ideas that might surprise you from the hardware store! *post contains affiliate links
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Are you ready? Let’s make some art!
12 Days of Christmas Trees for Kids -Using Glue
Visit our 12 Days of Easy Christmas Trees using flue and paint. Just click the picture below and you will be on our YouTube Christmas tree playlist for ours of Christmas art fun! Our YouTube channel is filled with how to draw and paint art for kids so check it out. Hit subscribe so you will know when we upload more videos.
Christmas Coloring Pages for Kids
Christmas is filled minders of Jesus from the lights to the tree and everything in between. We captured some of the items throughout the Christmas season. Each printable is a reminder of Christ and filled with Bible verses to point to Him. You will find these Christmas coloring pages and printables in our Shop!
The dot markers Christmas is great for early learners or younger children.
Our Coloring book is great for kids of all ages. Both are available in KJV or ESV.
Painted Stained Glass Art for Kids
This project can be accomplished with thrift store picture frames, Dollar Tree frames or frames from around your home. You can use the frames and glass or just the glass by itself. We painted our glass with school glue and watercolor paints.
We hung the frameless glass by gluing fun foam inside binder clips and then adding hot glue to the glass. Then hot glue your ribbon to the back to hang you painted stained glass.
Our recommendation would be to keep the glass in the frame! Simply hot glue the glass to the frame and then glue your ribbon to the back to hang it.
We also made smaller ones for Christmas ornaments on the tree! You can find the 3.5 x5 inch frames at Dollar Tree.
Christmas Bible Art Lesson for Kids
Join us in this Bible Art Lesson to paint a Starry Night Christmas available 2 ways. You can purchase this lesson as a digital download in our Shop or become a member in our Bible Art membership for access to thousands of Bible printables and art lessons.
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Christmas Ornament Art
The Christmas Art project of branches and ornaments was inspired by a beautiful painting we saw on Pinterest.
Painting can intimidate some people from trying art so we decided to create something with just paper and simple art supplies. Art does not have to be expensive or complicated to create something beautiful.
How to create a Christmas Art with paper
We began with a piece of scrapbook paper with a wintery feel as our background. This from Hobby Lobby has a grey mottled design that is almost a farmhouse galvanized metal look.
Lightly sketch out the branches of a tree. If you are new to drawing, just draw some loose lines and then double them!
As you go out to the ends of the branches, keep those double lines thinner.
It’s even better if you criss cross your branches!
Draw a few main (thicker) tree branch lines and then add smaller branches off of them.
Once you have your branch lines drawn, Outline and final them in with a black marker.
We used a black Sharpie. Oh we know… it’s permanent and scary! Just go for it!
Ideas to add details to your Christmas art
Color the branches any color you choose!
For dimension, add highlights of a lighter color to the top areas of your branches where “light” would hit. We used a white gel pen.