The holidays are here. Christmas is finally here! Oh, what fun! The food, the presents, the time with family and friends. What a great season of joy.
But, after tonight, and once the holiday hype has called down, parents everywhere will be thinking, “What do I do with my kids for the remainder of school break?”
I completely understand. Without school filling most of the day, how do you keep a kid busy for a week or more?
Here are five great ways to survive the school break. Today I want to focus on giving a project. Here are 12 days of projects that can help you celebrate the season and enjoy great a product.
- Buffalo Plaid Christmas Wreath: This project brightens any door in a classy way. This is fun way to liven up the holiday décor for this year and next.
- Let It Snow Wall Décor: I love the simplicity of this design. This can hang wonderfully in any room or on any wall and bring immense joy.
- Jingle All the Way Shadow Box: This fun display will be a great talking point for all who visit.
- Oh, Come Let Us Adore Him canvas painting: Be ready to bring in the Three Kings January 6th with this festive display.
- Joy Wine Bottle Table Topper: Reuse those empty wine bottles from Christmas by adding a touch of beauty to your holiday décor. Reduce, reuse, and recycle with this fun craft.
- Mosaic Tree Table Toppers: This fun display will make your home photo ready and the talk of the family reunion.
- Grinch Table Scape: What is the Christmas season without the Grinch? Bring in this fun Who-Ville inspired décor to the celebration.
- Snowflake Sting Art: No matter what part of the world I have lived in, there is something about snow that makes the holidays – even when I live in the heat at Christmas. Add a touch of winter wonderland to your home with this fun craft.
- Snow Frosted Candle Holders: Lights and lanterns are a tradition the world over for the holidays. Enjoy these beautiful candle holders as you prepare the way.
- Farmhouse Christmas Serving Tray: Holidays mean family entertainment and travel. Add a touch of hospitality with this fun serving tray craft.
- Giant Christmas Ornaments: Decorating our yard is such a fun tradition. Add these simple ornaments and be the talk of the neighborhood.
- Holiday Wine Glasses: New Year’s is just around the corner. Adding these fun glasses to your entertaining will bring smiles and laughter galore.
I hope these fun crafts help you find time to slow down and be intentional with your family. Families that create together, make memories together, stay together.
Let me know what fun crafts you like to do.