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 15+ Christmas Tree Crafts for Toddlers

Christmas is coming and one way to help your toddler celebrate the joy of the season is with these amazing Christmas tree crafts for toddlers. Most of these Christmas tree crafts use simple items that you likely already have in your arts and crafts supplies.

Enjoy our list of the Best Christmas Tree Craft Ideas for Toddlers!

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Pom Pom Painting Christmas Trees

This adorable Christmas tree craft for toddlers couldn’t be any easier. All you need are some pre-cut Christmas tree shapes, some pom poms, some paint, and some clothespins. Use the clothespins to turn the pom poms into fuzzy stamps to decorate the tree with paint, and keep those tiny hands mess free at the same time! 

Popsicle Stick Christmas Trees

These popsicle stick Christmas trees are easy for toddlers to make and only require a few simple craft supplies you probably already have. For this cute toddler approved craft, you will need some popsicle sticks, paint, construction paper, glue, scrapbook paper, and sequins. You can even hang these as ornaments on your Christmas tree. 

Toilet Paper Roll Christmas Tree

This toilet paper roll Christmas tree craft is so cute you are going to want to hang it up to decorate your home! All you will need for this toddler craft is some empty toilet paper rolls, q-tips, paint, glue, and some twine or yarn to hang them up. 

Styrofoam and Button Christmas Tree Craft

If you have some recycled styrofoam trays from the market, some buttons, and glue then you have all that you need for your toddler to make these cute styrofoam and button Christmas tree ornaments. Toddlers will love decorating their trees with colorful buttons in all shapes and sizes. 

Ripped Paper Christmas Tree

This is a simple Christmas tree craft for toddlers and you already have everything you need to make it on hand. All you need to make a ripped paper Christmas tree is construction paper in the colors of your choice, a piece of paper to glue them on, and some glue. Won’t this cute craft look great hanging on your refrigerator or in your toddler’s room? 

Pipe Cleaner Christmas Tree Ornament

Let your toddler use festive sparkly pipe cleaners to create a Christmas tree ornament for your Christmas tree. All you need are pipe cleaners, green paint, popsicle sticks, and some beads. Your toddler will love making an ornament that they can hang on the tree or share with family and friends! 

Fork Painted Christmas Tree

Toddlers like being able to create and paint with unusual objects which is why they will love making these fork painted Christmas trees! The forks will give the trees texture and shapes that they might not have just using a brush. After the paint dries, have them glue sequins and stars on the tree for decorations. 

DIY Toilet Paper Roll Tree

Let your little one use some of your empty toilet paper rolls to make small Christmas trees! This simple Christmas craft uses the toilet paper roll as the trunk of the tree. The only other items you will need for this project are glue, construction paper, and whatever you want your toddlers to use to decorate their trees. 

Coffee Filter Christmas Trees

If you have some coffee filters, food coloring or watercolor paints, sequins or glitter, and a hole punch then you can have your toddler make these coffee filter Christmas trees. This simple craft is very entertaining and the finished product will look great hanging from your tree. 

Christmas Tree Ornament Cone Craft

Toddlers love to paint and decorate with sequins and that’s why they will love this Christmas tree ornament cone craft. All you need are some paper mache cones, some green paint, and some sequins to use for decorations. These would also make really cute toddler created table decorations! 

Popcorn Christmas Tree Craft

Your toddler will love learning how to “paint” popcorn to use for this popcorn Christmas tree craft. After your popcorn is dyed you will need a stick and some glue and then your toddler can glue the popcorn to the paper to make a colorful Christmas tree. This is a fun process art activity that also encourages the development of fine motor skills. 

Handprint Christmas Tree Cards

Is there anything cuter than personalized handprint Christmas cards? Your toddlers will love having their hands traced to make this cute card, and then they get to decorate it too. Simply print the template here, and then let your kids decorate them with glitter, sequins, or pom poms. 

Paper Plate Christmas Tree Craft

If you have some paper plates, glue, construction paper, and glue then you have all of the items you need for your toddler to make this adorably simple paper plate Christmas tree! This is a perfect craft for when you need to occupy a few minutes of your toddler’s time. 

Christmas Tree Window Decorations

Do you know what’s more fun than making Christmas tree decorations? Making Christmas tree decorations for your windows that everyone can see! Your toddler will love making these stained glass looking ornaments out of contact paper and tissue paper. You can find everything you need, including a template right here

Toilet Paper Roll Christmas Trees

This is a Christmas tree craft your toddler will love making with empty toilet paper rolls. All you need for this craft is empty toilet paper rolls, some paint, scissors, and whatever you would like your toddler to decorate the trees with. Markers, sequins, or pom poms will work perfectly and these trees can be placed around your home or in your toddler’s room for festive decorations. 

Fingerprint Christmas Tree

This simple toddler approved craft only requires some paint, construction paper, and toddler fingers. Let your toddler use their fingerprints to create a Christmas tree! This may be a keepsake craft that you keep for years, after displaying it on the fridge for the holidays of course! 

Not only will these toddler Christmas tree crafts help get you and your little one into the Christmas spirit, but they will also fill your house with laughter, joy, memories, and lots of decorations! Which of these toddler Christmas crafts is your favorite? Do you have any others to add? 

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