It is from December! Can’t you feel Christmas in the air? It feels like it comes on sooner and sooner. This year we are kicking off 12 Days of Christmas Crafts by remixing some of our previously published crafts and updating them. We are starting with this super easy mitten craft that is perfect for doing with toddlers and preschoolers but also great for older kids as well. This is an effortless and fun craft that also make great ornaments for the Christmas tree! Another thing I love is that this is a great craft to do with a bunch of kids in the classroom because it isn’t Christmas focused. It is more of a winter craft.
What you will need:
You most likely have all the supplies you need already in your home, if you don’t, a quick run to your local drugstore or office supply store should be able to supply you with all you need, however, I have included affiliate links to Amazon where you can also purchase everything you will need delivered right to you.
What to do:
- First, take a piece of colored cardstock and trace your child’s hand (or let them trace it if they are bigger) as if they were wearing a mitten, so no fingers!
- Next, cut out the mittens, make sure to leave space a the bottom for the rim of the mitten.
- Then, unroll a cotton ball and cut it the same size as the length of the rim of the mitten. This will make your mittens look warm and fuzzy.
- Next, you can decorate them however you like, with glitter or crayons or leave them as is.
- Then, using the hole punch, punch a hole in the top center of the mitten.
- Next, tie a piece of string through this hole.
Do you like this craft? Then you will love our paper ornament craft.
Want to read a book that goes with this craft? Check this one out at your local library or click on the image to purchase!
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