Happy holidays! Are you looking for some fun and easy elf crafts for kids to make? Look no further. We've gathered 25 of the cutest and simplest elf craft ideas that will keep your little ones entertained all holiday season long. 

Elf crafts

 

Christmas is a perfect time to get creative and do a fun art project with the kids, so we've come up with this adorable Picasso Christmas Tree Craft!


Picasso Christmas tree craft
 
Painted Mason Jars are quick and easy to make and a great way to brighten up a room. In this step-by-step tutorial, we’ll show you how to paint mason jars in an easy and budget-friendly way. 

Painted mason jars

 
Make special memories over the festive period with this printable Christmas Bucket List! Whether you want to tick off as many of these Christmas bucket list ideas as possible or just choose a few favourite ideas, there is a lot of fun to be had and memories made with this Christmas bucket list printable.

Christmas Bucket List
 
Get ready to countdown to Christmas with this Santa's beard Christmas countdown printable. Add a cotton ball to Santa's beard each day on the run-up to Christmas and by Christmas Eve Santa's beard will be complete, ready for him to visit that night!

Santa beard Christmas countdown printable

 
Add a festive spin to sensory play with this eye-catching glittery Christmas Sensory BottleSensory bottles have some amazing benefits, and one of those is that kids are incredibly mesmerised by them, especially if the bottles are visually eye-catching.

Christmas sensory bottle
 
Here is a fun and easy elf on the shelf idea that kids will love; elf on the shelf baking cookies! Kids will be so excited when they wake up and find their elf on the shelf ready to do a bit of baking. 

Elf on the shelf baking cookies
 
If you're looking for a fun Santa-themed craft that doubles as a Christmas gift, you're going to love this handprint Santa craft! You can use your Santa handprint on a gift bag or turn it into a Christmas card. It's super easy and a great activity for toddlers or older kids. Follow the step-by-step directions below to make your very own Santa handprint!


 
It's time to break out your q-tips and paint for some q-tip painting! Yes, q-tips! They're a terrific substitute for paintbrushes, especially when you're working with toddlers and preschoolers. They're easy to grasp and manipulate, plus they're disposable, so you don't have to worry about cleaning them up. 

These 21 q-tip painting ideas for kids are simple, fun, and easy. Let your child explore their creativity by pairing cotton buds and paint to create something beautiful or educational. 

Fun Q Tip Painting Ideas

 
Painting on ice might be one of my favourite winter outdoor activities for kids. If you're looking for something to get those high-energy kids outside in the snow, they are going to love this! It's pretty simple to do and makes for a lot of play. Follow the step-by-step directions below to make your very own painted ice.

Painted ice crystals

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