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Christmas Art Activity

Christmas Art Activities include all those activities that require your sheer hard work, diligence, creativity and skillful effort in making some Christmas ingredients like ornaments, recipes or the like.In other words, making Christmas crafts is a Christmas art activity that almost people of all ages enjoy doing.

After all what better way to make your Christmas more happening and satisfying than by giving it a tint of art, and what better option than Christmas Art Activity.

Check out on some of these ideas to make art Christmas crafts as a part of Christmas art activity:

Christmas Bells (Jingle Bells)

By L Lopez Materials:

  • Small jingle bells, two per student
  • Pipe cleaners, one per student
  • Scissors
  • Small clear plastic cups, one per student
  • Small stickers

  • Take two jingle bells and a pipe cleaner.
  • String the bells.
  • Use your scissors to poke a small hole in the middle of the bottom of each cup.
  • Fold the pipe cleaner and twist it at the middle so the bells are on a loop.
  • The top half of the pipe cleaner will go through the hole in the cup.
  • Make another loop at the top so that the bell can be hanged.
  • The pipe cleaner will look like an 8.
  • Pick out the stickers that you would like to use and stick them all over the cup.
  • Shake the bell to hear it jingle.
Clay Christmas Ornaments

By - Debbie Haren


  • 1-cup cornstarch
  • 1pound of baking sod
  • 1 1/2 cups of water
  • Stove
  • Cookie cutters
  • Paints
  • Bowl
  • Spoon
  • Oven safe flat pan
  • Straw

  • Mix all ingredients together in a bowl.
  • Place the dough on a table or flat surface and press cookie cutters in the dough.
  • Gently peel the excess dough away from the design in the dough and place it on the pan.
  • Grease pan with butter before placing any ornaments on it so they do not stick to the pan.
  • After all the ornaments are made take a pencil or straw and poke a hole in the top of the ornament so it can hung on the tree.
  • Put in the oven for a few minutes to harden the clay. If desired after baking in the oven use polyurethane to spray on the ornament to keep them together and to make them last longer.
  • Wait one day after they have been baked and/or sprayed with polyurethane and then paint the ornaments.
  • After the ornaments have been painted and have dried pick a colored ribbon and tie through the hole at the top and hang on the Christmas tree.
  • If no ribbon is available just use a metal ornament hanger to hang it up with.
  • Also it really looks neat if you sprinkle glitter on the ornaments before you bake them in the oven. It just gives them a little extra sparkle.
  • Of course do not forget you can also decorate with wiggly eyes and pom pom's instead of just paint.
  • By all means if you not the crafty type still do this with your family because it is so much fun and the ornaments last a lifetime!!
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