Christmas Crafts for Kids {review & giveaway}

Disclosure: I received this eBook at no cost to review. This post contains an affiliate link.

I am so excited to share this amazing eBook with you all today! It’s called Christmas Crafts for Kids and it’s written by my friend, Beth from 123 Homeschool 4 Me! This resource is not to be missed for the holiday season. It is FULL of Christmas crafts and activities…I am seriously blown away with how much this eBook has to offer!

Christmas Crafts for Kids eBook

Like I mentioned, this resource is filled with topics. Here are just a few topics…

  • The Elf on the Shelf
  • J is for Jesus
  • Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer
  • 12 Days of Christmas
  • The Polar Express
  • A Snowman Named Bob
  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas

And there’s MUCH, much more…I just don’t want to give it all away! In the 166 pages, there are crafts, recipes, activities, games, books, and fun traditions to try with your family. I know we are going to do many of them this Christmas season. Here are two of my favorite ideas…

12 Days of Christmas I Spy Ornament

 

Peppermint Science with a Candy Cane

Candy Cane Experiment

What I Love About Christmas Crafts for Kids

I absolutely love that these are easy, and affordable craft and activities for kids. They are very doable. I also love that there’s such a wide variety of topics and ideas in this eBook. She gives you clear directions, lists of materials and it’s all laid out for you. We all know how busy the Christmas season is, so this book is designed to make planning crafts and activities easier! I just highly recommend this eBook!

You can buy your own copy here for just $9.99.

Now for the fun part…YOU have the chance to win a copy! Just enter below and the winner will be announced Tuesday, November 26th! Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Comments

  1. growing up, my favorite Christmas tradition was having cheese fondue with lots of dip-ins while we decorated the Christmas tree. now that I’m all grown up and have a family of my own, my favorite tradition is driving around, looking at Christmas lights with my boys — they just LOVE it!

  2. I love all the ideas you find!
    Thanks for sharing great resources.

  3. Just found your blog and I am loving all the ideas. We are starting the tradition this year of making handmade ornaments/decorations with the kids. I love to craft so this combines something I enjoy and family time . . . perfect! I would love this book to give me more ideas!

  4. Hannah Abbott says:

    When I was a kids, my brother and I used to sleep by the Christmas tree on Christmas eve. We knew there was no santa but we always tried to stay awake to catch my dad filling our stockings! We never did.

  5. Debbie Lochner says:

    I have a 3 year old, and she is so excited to be making things to give everyone for Christmas! This looks like an awesome book of inspiration!

  6. Teri Selbher says:

    Thanks for the chance to enter this giveaway.

    Teri Selbher

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