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Don’t miss these Santa Claus crafts for kids of all ages! Santa crafts are so fun for preschool, elementary school, or home!
There is nothing quite like a fun Santa Claus craft to get kids excited about the upcoming holiday. While we don’t really “do” Santa as far as our kids actually believing that he is real, we do celebrate Santa as part of the overall Christmas holiday. This year, Bo is completely enamored by Santa (to the point that she said we had to put up our Christmas tree early so Santa could come), so of course, we’ve done a lot of Santa Claus crafts.
I’ve found some of the very best Santa Claus crafts to share with you today.
Delightful and Fun Santa Claus Crafts for Kids
Try these adorable Santa crafts with your kids this holiday season!
Design a new hat for Santa in this fun engineering challenge from Schooling a Monkey.
I was so pleased when I found cardboard tubes the size of toilet paper rolls recently, because it means we can now safely make cardboard tube crafts, like this adorable Santa from Mommy’s Bundle.
This cardboard tube Santa from Danya Banya can make all sorts of expressions!
Make a popsicle stick Santa from Craftionary.
These little cone-shaped Santas are adorable and look like old-fashioned European Santas (my favorite kind).
These Santa hats are made from paper plates! Get the instructions at Easy Peasy and Fun.
I love these little Santa corks from Red Ted Art.
This Santa going down the chimney craft uses a push pop! Find the instructions at Sight and Sound Reading.
This paper Santa from Easy Peasy and Fun would make the perfect mini tree topper!
Sock Santa is the absolute cutest from Easy Peasy and Fun.
Make this fun Santa’s beard advent calendar from Sight and Sound Reading.
Surprise! This Santa craft is hiding secret snacks. From A Little Pinch of Perfect.
While you’re making Santas, why not design a new sleigh for Santa from Schooling a Monkey?
The Santa doily from I Heart Crafty Things is so cute!
My kids would love playing with this paper plate Santa puppet from I Heart Crafty Things.
I love easy popsicle stick crafts, and this popsicle stick Santa hat from Buggy and Buddy is perfect!
Kids will love making this cotton ball Santa from A Little Pinch of Perfect.
Handprint Santas made from salt dough would be the perfect gift for grandparents! Get the instructions at Easy Peasy and Fun.
This Santa from Buggy and Buddy has a star for a body. So cute!
If you have some red paper plates lying around, try this paper plate Santa from Craftulate.
This paper Santa has bendy arms and legs from There’s Just One Mommy.
Happy Hooligans has a tutorial for an adorable popsicle stick Santa.
Make Santa in his sleigh with fingerprints from Crafty Morning.
Santa’s beard has never been so cute as in this craft from Silhouette America.
These Santas from Meet the Dubiens, use tiny red cups as a hat!
More Christmas Crafts and Fun
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