Free Kids Crafts Printable Kids Crafts Bible Crafts for Kids

Handprint Santa Face

   This handprint kids craft will become a cherished memory for each holiday season.

Supplies Needed:
Crayons or Markers

#1: Prepare your work environment by laying down plastic or newspaper
#2: Put a small amount of paint on the paper plate.
#3: Place your child’s hand in the paint on the paper plate. Make sure each finger and the palm of the hand has paint on it.
#4: Place your child’s hand on the bottom portion of the piece of paper. Press down on each finger and the center of the hand so the paint gets transferred to the paper
#5: Set aside and allow to dry
#6: Once the handprint is dry you can start creating Santa’s face.  Make sure you draw Santa’s face on the top portion of the handprint. The fingers should look like Santa’s hands and feet.

Christmas List Kids Craft

   Turn making your kids Christmas list into a fun kids craft with help from Kids Craft Zone.

Supplies Needed:
Toilet Paper Roll or Paper Towel Roll
Markers, Crayons or Paint
Construction Paper
Paper Clip

#1: Take a piece of construction paper and cut it about 1-2” length wise
#2: Cut your paper towel roll or Toilet Paper Roll to about 4” in length
#3: On the piece of construction paper you just cut write your list for Santa.
#4: Place a  little glue on the edge of the piece of construction paper and stick it to the middle of the toilet paper roll.
#4: Set aside and allow to dry
#5: Once dry roll your list around the toilet paper roll.
#6: Use a paper clip to hold the list around the toilet paper roll.
#7: Take your ribbon and thread it through the center of the toilet paper roll.
#8: Leave a loop but make a knot where the two ends join together. This will help you hang it on a tree for Santa to read.
#9: Decorate your Christmas List Kids Craft using crayons or markers to give it a little flare.

Kids Christmas Peanut Butter Bars

   If you are a peanut butter lover or know some hungry children who are try these easy no-bake treats. They are perfect addition to your holiday

Supplies Needed:
26 graham cracker squares
(13 full rectangles)
16 tablespoons (2 sticks) unsalted
1 cup creamy peanut butter
2½ cups confectioners’ sugar
12 ounces semisweet chocolate,
chopped (or substitute
semisweet chocolate chips)

#1: Have ready an ungreased 9 × 13-inch baking pan.
#2: Break up the graham crackers and place them in a food processor.
Process into crumbs. (Alternatively, place the crackers in a sturdy
plastic bag and crush them with the smooth side of a meat mallet.)
You should have about 2 cups of crumbs.
#3: Melt the butter in a large saucepan over low heat. Remove from the
heat and stir in the peanut butter, mixing well until smooth. Stir in the
confectioners’ sugar and graham cracker crumbs. Scrape the mixture
into the baking pan and, using your fingers or a rubber spatula, press
down evenly to form a smooth layer.
#4: Melt the chocolate in a large metal or glass bowl set over a saucepan of
barely simmering water; stir constantly. When melted, pour the chocolate
over the peanut butter base and spread it evenly with a rubber spatula.
#5: Refrigerate the pan for about 30 minutes or let stand at room temperature
until the chocolate is almost set. (If you wait to cut the squares
until the chocolate is completely set, the chocolate will be difficult to
cut.) Using a bench scraper or a thin-bladed knife, cut into quarters
lengthwise, then cut crosswise into 8 strips for a total of 32 squares.
#6: Store layered between sheets of wax paper, in an airtight container
for up to 5 days; or refrigerate for up to 3 weeks; or freeze for up to
3 months.

Edible Christmas Items

   Get creative with this fun and exciting edible christmas art. They will have as much fun creating their Christmas items as they will eating it

Supplies Needed:

Paper Plate


#1: Provide your children a paper plate this will be their art canvas.

#2: Provide items to make their Christmas tree and ornaments. Make sure that any items that need to be cooked are done ahead of time so they are edible.

Tree: Celery, Apple Slices, Banana Slices, Long Noodles, Licorice,

Ornaments: Carrots (round), Raisins, Oranges, Pineapple, Blueberries, Grapes

Snowman: Marshmallows, Rolled up bread, Graham Crackers, Cut circles out of lunch meat, Canned Pineapple

Snow: Sprinkles, Chocolate Chips, Whip Cream, Small Marshmallows 

#3: Give them edible glue to keep the pieces in place on their canvas:

Edible Glue:, Cream Cheese Ketchup, Mustard, Icing, Honey, Yogurt, Pizza Sauce, Peanut Butter, Mayo


You can also use a pizza crust as the canvas and pizza sauce and toppings to make a Christmas Pizza!

Christmas Stocking

   Create a wonderful memory with your children by making easy and fun Christmas Stockings. You will treasure your homemade stockings year after year

Supplies Needed:
2 Sheets of Construction Paper
Christmas Stocking Template: Christmas Stocking.pdf (40.55 kb)

Hole Punch
Markers, Crayons or paint


#1: Print out the Christmas Stocking Template
#2: Cut out the template and place it on a sheet of construction paper
#3: Trace the Christmas stocking template on two sheets of construction paper
#4: Cut out the two stocking from the construction paper
#5: Place the two stockings together and make holes with your hole punch about every 1” around the edge of the stocking
#6: Take your string and place it in the first hole on the right side of your Christmas stocking. Tie a knot to hold it in place.
#7: Now weave your string back and forth through each hole until you are at the last hole. 
#8: On the last hole place a knot
#9: Take another small piece of string and make a hoop. This will be a place to hang your stocking from.
#10: Decorate your stocking with fun Christmas items. Such as: Christmas tree, wreath, snowman, holly