With Miss T’s craft and colouring obsession showing no signs of slowing down, I’ve been scouring the interwebs for colouring pages, handmade kiddie craft and gift ideas that she can get stuck into in the lead up to Christmas. I’ll admit that I’m what you might call “craft-challenged” so the simpler, the better works for me.
Here’s a round-up of my favourite Christmas printables spotted on the interwebs including gift wrap, cards, decorations and other cool DIY items. And the best thing? They’re all FREE!
One of my favourite U.S. blogs is Cool Mom Picks. They spot the coolest stuff and every season they compile fantastic lists. Their collection of 20 of the best free printable gift tags and gift wrap for the holidays is well researched and features everything from cute and funky printable gift tags to awesome printable gift wrap which you can colour yourself. There’s stuff here to suit us big kids too…
… like these cool hand-lettered gift tags.
Mr Printables features lots of cute Christmas colouring-in pages including a gigantic wall hanging Christmas tree colouring page. Great for lots of kids to colour-in together.
Here’s an activity for older kids (and any crafty big kids out there) thanks to another fabulous collection compiled by Cool Mom Picks. From the very simple to more intricate patterns featuring LEGO, Hunger Games and Game of Thrones themes, these cool snowflake patterns are amazing!
These printable Christmas bookmarks from Bianca at A Little Delightful are super cute – I love the reindeer thumbprints!
There are 1000s of colouring pages on the Coloring-Book website including 66 Christmas Friends themed pages featuring the likes of Mr Men, Hello Kitty, Winnie The Pooh and Disney characters. There’s also 266 more traditional Christmas pages to download and colour too. That’s a lot of colouring.
These cute Design is Yay DIY paper trees with pom poms should keep all of my pom-pom loving friends happy (you know who you are!).
Michelle at Elegance and Enchantment has created a great range of free printable stickers. Just stick onto brown paper, add some ribbon or string and you’re done!
The queen of kiddie craft, Shannon at Oh Creative Day, has shared 4 simple Christmas crafts for kids. These are fun and simple ideas to do with young kids and perfect for my dubious crafting abilities. We’ll be making some salt dough stars next week to decorate our gifts with!
If you have a little one celebrating their very first Christmas, this My First Christmas 2015 sign is made for them!
This printable reindeer gift bag would be perfect to fit all sorts of goodies in!
A gorgeous garland, dessert toppers, gift tags, bonbons…Tinyme has a huge selection of free printables.
Happy colouring and crafting!
Are you into Christmas colouring and craft or does the thought of glitter, glue sticks and paint scare the bejesus out of you?