Popsicle Stick Santa Christmas Craft for Kids

Create this cute Santa ornament out of popsicle sticks. It’s a fun and easy Christmas craft for kids.

Christmas crafts for kids
Christmas will be here before you know it. Over the next few weeks I’ll be sharing all sorts of Christmas craft ideas so that you have time to decide what crafts you want to make and actually shop for the supplies in time to enjoy your creations during December.
Today I’m participating in the Handmade Holidays blog hop. Lots of other creative peeps are sharing their fun ideas today too, so be sure to scroll to the end of the post to see links to all of the other awesome holiday projects.
If you’re looking for Christmas craft to do with school aged kids, these Santa Claus ornaments made of popsicle sticks would be perfect for a class party activity.
To make your own ornaments, you will need:
1. Download the free printable Santa Claus face from the link in the supply list above. Print on cardstock. Cut out each Santa.
Christmas crafts for kids. Make a Santa Claus ornament.
2. For each Santa, paint two red popsicle sticks and six white sticks.
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3. When the sticks are dry, use hot glue (or Elmer’s glue for kids) to attach the sticks to the cardstock background. Start with the red hat pieces, then the beard pieces, then apply the white hat brim piece last.
Make these cute Santa holiday ornaments with craft sticks
4. Add a fluffy white pom pom to the point of the hat and glue a loop of string or twine to the back for hanging.
And that’s it! It’s a super simple craft, but that’s what makes it perfect to do with kids.
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Happy Crafting and Merry Christmas!

10 COMMENTS

  1. […] The Craft Patch has a darling way to keep your sneaky little elves from peeking at their gifts this Christmas! With their free printable template, it’s super easy to put together this Santa with the watchful eyes; make plenty of these ornaments to hang all over the tree so no present goes unguarded. The littlest hands in your family can help paint the craft sticks, while older kids can cut and glue it all together. This project also makes great teacher gifts as your child says goodbye until January! […]

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