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holiday crafts for all ages!!

ok i wanted to know what r some holiday crafts you did with you kids....i have a 5 year old daughter, a 1 year old daughter and a 5 year old nephew that i will be doing these with....havent had any luck with looking..thanks for ur help!!!!!

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Asked by krystalmarie857 at 6:01 AM on Oct. 30, 2010 in Hobbies & Crafts

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  • depends on the holiday really ok lets see:
    decorating cookies in scary shapes,pumpkins,
    make turkeys,pilgrums,corn those types to set on the table.
    christmas :
    make ornimates , popcorn on a string,glitter for the older kids,christmas cookies to put out for santa with his milk.
    new years:
    stay up banging pots and pans at mid nite.make glitter hats with construction paper,stapler,glue and glitter with new year
    valentines day:
    make cards for class or grandparents,and cookies.
    decorate eggs and have them make easter cookies you could have them color pictures of easter things and hang it on the window.
    st paddy:
    make green punch, make shamrock cookies.
    i cant remember any other ones lol hope this helped


    Answer by magical_mommy at 6:35 AM on Oct. 30, 2010

  • A fun and cheap craft we love to do that is all ages is paint glass jars that we then gift. Basically I save all the glass jelly jars, salsa jars, pickle jars etc. And then I get acrylic paint and brushes. Lay down news paper put the baby in a diaper and let them go at it. The point is they can paint it anyway they want and depending on the colors etc you can make it more for a holiday like just have red,green,blue for xmas, or orange and black for hallloween. Then the jars can become gifts. We use them to hold candy, flower vases, pencil holders. Usually I spray and gloss on them after they are finished painting them as well. And I have done this several times with my now 2 year old and my 4 1/2 year old

    Answer by lucysmommy28 at 10:03 PM on Oct. 30, 2010

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