A Child's Christmas

Christmas from a child's perspective is spiritual, cultural, a bit of magic, and a wonderful time to enjoy the gift of giving. Gifts for children to create here are simple - ones they can make themselves (simplify as desired) - offering them the opportunity to give from their hearts. Children love to be in on the preparations, which of course includes the cooking, and Christmas cards, gift tags, napkin rings, ornaments, etc., etc. - wonderful presents for friends and family alike.

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A Child's Christmas

A Child's Christmas

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Handprint ornament. Enjoyed by www.mygrowingtrad...

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Tips and creative journal ideas for kids. Enjoyed by www.mygrowingtrad...

Creative Journal Ideas for Kids


Easy-to-make clay catchall, for a father's day present.

habitat at home: A Father's Day Craft


Christmas ornaments

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How To Fold Christmas Tree Napkin | Repinned by www.mygrowingtrad...

How To Fold Christmas Tree Napkin | DIY Tag


Snowman table setting. Repinned by www.mygrowingtrad...

The Quintessential Magpie


Create any color of Easter Egg dye with this chart

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20 Gingerbread Crafts and Activities For Kids. Repinned by www.mygrowingtrad...

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Looking for an easy Holiday Craft you can make with your kids? Try this DIY Fingerprint Snowman Ornament. All the products are available at Walmart.

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A Doll's Christmas by Tasha Tudor. Tasha Tudor offers so many wonderful Christmas books for your children. Many still available on Amazon. Repinned by www.mygrowingtrad...

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Stars of all sizes and kinds - for a window display or on your Christmas table. Repinned by www.mygrowingtrad...

ATELIER RUE VERTE le blog: For my home : idées déco {7} Noël


"Hang this on your front door Christmas Eve. The poem reads.....Dear Santa,This magic key works just for you. Please open the door and come on through. Thank you for coming to our house tonight. We are celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. Thank you Santa for the gifts you bring. Thank you Lord for everything." Repinned by www.mygrowingtrad...

little pumpkin grace: Tutorial


Give your child a new Christmas ornament each year. The Christmas Teddy - Teddy Bear - glass ornament from Inge-Glas of Germany is such perfection. –Mouth-blown and Hand-painted. 5-1/2”" from tip of cap to bottom of ornament. With Inge-Glas acid free paper and a gift box. Inge-Glas of Germany - since 1596 - Oldest Christmas Ornament Company in the World. For Christmas Teddy and other delightful ornaments for our child's Christmas shop > www.mygrowingtrad...

Christmas Teddy - Teddy Bear


Creative Paper Tree - wonderful for a Christmas table decoration. Make them in all sizes - create a forest. Repinned by www.mygrowingtrad...

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An assortment of popsicle stick ornaments. Repinned by www.mygrowingtrad...

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Do you love all things Rudolf? Our homemade Pinecone Reindeer Ornaments are so easy to do and just too cute for words! A fun Christmas craft for children.

Pinecone Reindeer - Homemade Ornaments - My Little 3 and Me


DIY - gumdrop ornament. Repinned by www.mygrowingtrad...

Christmas craft idea; Gumdrop Christmas ornament craft project


Christmas wreath using green sticks. Repinned by www.mygrowingtrad...

Crafts for kids: a Christmas wreath - FunLab Blog English


Cove Christmas Ornament. Repinned by www.mygrowingtrad...

10 Glittering Tree Ornaments


Cut-out snowflake wrapping. Repinned by www.mygrowingtrad...

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Nut-hugging bear cookies. These are to have the children in your life make them or to make for them. Simply adorable! Repinned by www.mygrowingtrad...

These Nut-Hugging Bear Cookies Are Almost Too Cute To Eat


Make your own Popcorn Ornaments. Repinned by www.mygrowingtrad...



This years photo. Pinned by www.mygrowingtrad...

How to Make Christmas Ornaments With Stuff You Have In Your House


Reindeer. Pinned by www.mygrowingtrad...

How to Make Christmas Ornaments With Stuff You Have In Your House


Reindeer made from Burlap Ribbon. Repinned by www.mygrowingtrad...

Inch of Creativity: Meet Rudolph!