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Write a letter to Santa this Christmas using our free printable Santa's letter. Christmas is such an exciting and magical time of the year! Take a look at all our Christmas crafts and activities. You might like our salt dough santa keepsake , magic reindeer food and our Twas the night before Christmas footprint craft. Since writing his letter he has got a bit more specific, he has now said it has to be a bumble bee transformer, a kinder egg with a toy inside and a spiderman with a web!
Click here for a printable version of our letter to santa. We rolled up our letter to santa and tied it with a piece of ribbon. This additional selection of creative Christmas crafts is sure to keep your kids happy and engaged. These crafts are also great for teachers to include in their holiday lessons!
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To get the instructions for these crafts, click on the link under the craft photo. Source: One Creative Mommy. We think the cute little tuft of hair is a great touch. Source: A Cultivated Nest. This Santa paper plate is a great painting or coloring project, the cotton ball beard and hat accents add a fun texture. Source: Play Trains. We love the variety of pipe cleaner color and textures that add dimension and sparkle.
Source: Arty Crafty Kids. These toilet paper roll elves are absolutely adorable. With so many different design choices, your kids can make a whole workshop of unique elves. Source: Make and Takes.
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This paper chain advent calendar is a great interactive craft. Your kids will love putting it together almost as much as they will also love taking it apart. Every chain removed signifies that we are one day closer to Christmas. Source: Easy Peasy and Fun.
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These little snowmen are a great craft because they require very little cleanup and can be easily pinned onto the Christmas tree for display. These are also a great way to display your Christmas cards or holiday photos.
Source: Heart of Deborah. These Sesame Street ornaments are a great addition to your holiday crafting list. Try having your kids watch an episode and then craft, they will love recreating their favorite cartoon characters.
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Source: Glue Dots. This craft is perfect for children, tweens and teens. This colorful sock snowman is a great holiday craft for the kids. Try breaking away from the typical snowman look and let your kids create a unique style using their favorite colors. We also love how this snowman gets a colorful sock beanie — so cute! Source: DIY Candy.