33 Easy to Make Santa Christmas Crafts

Even as we have grown up, we still believe that one magic of Christmas, that is Santa Claus. And with that note in mind, we would love it so much to pass on the ageless wonder of this jolly old man who slides down chimneys and eats cookies and drinks a glass of milk after he fills our stockings with great treats. Hand-crafted projects, handmade ornaments or decors, anything with just the hint of this man in red, we just love it.

Popcorn Santa Claus Craft

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Snack time is always fun time for kids. And the most fun comes during Christmas time. Playing with food this time will be allowed.

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Paper Plate Santa Claus

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This jolly old project for the little kids will keep everyone smiling from the funny fluffy beard. Plus great memories will come along with this simple crafts project.

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Santa Claus Kisses Craft

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Kids love it when they take part on big things that you are busy with. With packs and packs of Hershey’s kisses and the lively hands of a child, decors can also be food at the same time.

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DIY Santa Binocular

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Play around with the kids this Christmas. Help them spot Santa this year with a specialized binocular that can make them see the magic of the holidays.

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DIY Felt Santa Ornament

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A crafty piece, but not a very hard to make. These ornaments will make all the bells in the tree jingle as if every day was Christmas day.

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Santa Handprint Craft

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A kid’s own handprint turned into a personalized art project can be one of the best way to instil the love for the season.

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Santa Gift Tags

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This is a very impressive and creative way to re=use those soda can tabs since they really look like belt buckles of the main man himself.

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Santa Logs

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Let Santa warm you up for the dinner party. Turn ordinary logs into Santa faces that just scream of impossible cuteness.

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Santa Mason Jars

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Typically inseparable since they only show up once a year, filling the house with this artsy decor means Christmas will lasting a little more longer than the year before.

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Santa Hat Christmas Ornament

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Trees will be filled with a most jolly feeling after filling it with ornaments such as this that are simple and fast to make.

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Button Santa Ornament

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Since this is a fast and easy project, make sure you and the kids make lots of this to make the tree twinkle and sparkle brighter than the last year.

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Santa Belly Paper Flower Ornament

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By looking at this one makes you think this is a fancy store-bought decor, but once you look closer it is just so adorable and funny since it was just made with everyday materials.

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Santa Cups

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Jazzing up the desserts table couldn’t get more adorable than this. This is why the color red is the perfect color for the season of giving.

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Christmas Santa Paper Plate

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One of the projects you can do with your kids this Christmas that has a lot of character in it.

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Felt Santa Ornament

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Santa never looked this cute before. So don’t skimp out with just one ornament and make an entire box of this fast and easy to make project.

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Glittery Santa Jar

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With characters like Santa Claus, Rudolf and Frosty, the desserts table will always look like a winter wonderland of goodies.

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Santa Mason Jar

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Table top decors can never look this funny in any time of the year. So don’t just stand, make mason jars look like Santa and be the talk at the office for all winter.

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DIY Santa Bowling

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Transform your wine corks into some fun and decorative. A crafts project for both kids and yourself, bonding time with ones generates laughter that can only be heard this time of the year.

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Foam Stick Santa Craft

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Great project for the kids during the winter break since it’s easy to make. Although a skinny looking one, this is still the Santa we all know and love to meet one in our lives.

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Santa Belly Ornament

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It looks heavy for the tree to hold more than a dozen of them, but still, looking at an entire set of these adorable things just make you fell lighter somehow.

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Crochet Santa Ornament

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You will be putting in a lot of effort and time for this project so make sure you get all the helping hands available in the house. Once finished, you’ll get a reward that will make you want to this again next year.

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Santa Star Ornament

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A child’s hand is made to make cute thing such as this. Of course you will be there to supervise, but they will be doing most of the work which should be reasonably fine for them.

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Terra Cotta Santa Craft

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We often just see Santa, so this year invite to your homes his wife, who should be as happy looking as Santa only more motherly.

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Painted Santa Ornament

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It never enough to just buy store-bought decors, so do the jazzing up of these things and be creative and funny with just the belly of Santa showing up in the picture.

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Handprint Santa

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This is why kids love Christmas. There’s Santa and all the food and gifts, but what more exciting is that tier mothers don’t even yell at them if they get messy with their art projects.

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Santa Cinnamon Sticks

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Santa helps out at everything he can possibly help out with during the holiday season, even if it means making the entire room smell goods by just being a simple and easy to do Christmas ornament.

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Cute Toilet Paper Rolls Santa

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With all the kids in the house this winter, let them discover their creative side by doing this toilet paper based project that looks like the most jolliest old man in the world.

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Christmas Crafts Santa Jar

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This could be the most adorable looking jar in your life. Unless you and your kids replicate it and put in your own signature on the project–making this Christmas celebrations one of the best one yet.

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DIY Santa Claus Whine Bottle Belt

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It looks just so elegant and cute that you suddenly do not want to ruin the design concept of the dinner table.

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Simple Santa Hat Decorations

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Looking elegant in the corner of the room are these hand-crafted Santa hats from styrofoams and toilet paper rolls. If the Christmas dinner comes in late, you know that the silent beauty of these guys is to blame.

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Santa’s Belly Christmas Wreath

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You will sure end laughing like a kid again after seeing this front door decoration. It doesn’t look like Santa at first glance, but that belt is just a giveaway.

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Homemade Santa Christmas Ornament

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This labor of live will sure be appreciated by families and friends as they think you really put a lot of time for this holiday project.

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Personalized Holiday Greeting Card for Mom

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Although moms have the sixth sense on just about anything, just pretend you didn’t know you were going to get one from the kids…this personalized holiday greeting card with all the merry colors of Christmas present in it.

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