Create one or more of these cute mini Christmas trees below. We love simple Christmas crafts for kids that look amazing but don’t take a ton of time, supplies, or craftiness to do. Most use supplies you already have on hand, and are budget friendly. From cute Christmas tree ornaments, Christmas tree art to 3D Christmas trees, you will find easy Christmas tree crafts for preschoolers and beyond. Which one will you make first?
THE BEST CHRISTMAS TREE CRAFTS FOR KIDS
CHRISTMAS TREE CRAFTS
We put together this fun 3D Christmas tree from supplies we already had. Use what you have and see what you can come up with.
A colorful Christmas tree craft for preschoolers and older.
Combine art and math, with this printable Christmas tree tessellation activity. Color the Christmas trees and then create your own tessellation pattern.
What can you do with coffee filters? Make a fun coffee filter Christmas tree, of course! Here’s an easy Christmas tree craft that even non-crafty kids will love.
Great for little hands to develop fine motor skills and it uses cardboard you already have!
Make a Matisse inspired Christmas tree with our fun printable download.
A Christmas tree ornament with a fun Piet Mondrian spin to it. Learn about the famous artist, and make your own Mondrian inspired Christmas trees. Free printable included!
This 3D Christmas tree craft includes a free Christmas tree template for you to print. All you need are some colored markers to decorate your paper tree before assembling.
Super simple and great for preschoolers to practice their fine motor skills, make a Christmas tree from paper strips.
Popsicle sticks are an easy and budget friendly material to use for Christmas tree crafts. Combine them with some colorful pom poms for a cute Christmas tree ornament.
We love this cute Christmas tree craft because it is simple enough for even toddlers to do.
Recycle your carboard boxes by making this fun stamped Christmas tree craft. Why not add in a homemade paint recipe as well!
Make these easy straw ornaments with simple and inexpensive paper straws.
MORE CHRISTMAS FUN…
And after crafting with the kiddos, why not make some festive Christmas slime for the kids to play with, or explore science with these Christmas science experiments, or even create a new family Christmas tradition with our homemade advent calendar ideas. Plus, check out our printable Christmas games!