Instead of gingerbread houses: Turn ice cream cones into christmas trees & decorate

Chocolate covered strawberries as Christmas lights

Milky Way Teddy Sleds

Christmas Tree Cheese Board How-To

Felt Christmas tree that your Toddler can decorate over and over and leave the real one alone. Love!

Turn your muffin pan upside down, bake cookie-dough over the top and voila – you have cookie bowls for fruit or ice-cream. SO CLEVER, I can't even stand it.

"cement" for gingerbread houses 2 c. Confectioner’s sugar 1 egg white ¼ t. cream of tartar

Nutter Butter Ice Cream Cone Cookie Treats

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Christmas Wreaths

This would be fun for the kids to make and they love fruit.

Easy and Cute Rudolph Treats - the kids would love these!

Make a Miniature Town Out of Chocolate Candy Bars - I like this much better than the graham cracker house

Icecream cone Christmas Tree!

Ice Cream Cone Christmas Trees Create pint-sized Christmas trees that are perfect for little hands. Turn sugar ice cream cones upside down, cover with green frosting and have your little elves decorate with candies and sprinkles to create an edible craft that is just as fun to eat as it is to make. Check out these easy to make edible Christmas crafts for kids!

{The BEST} Gingerbread House Glue by Heather at Kids Activities Blog

Turn your front door into a snowman!

Peppermint trees

would be cute to make 1 big tree on a wall at work with all the kids handprints