7 Last Minute Christmas Crafts to Keep Kids Busy

Christmas Crackers

Using an old mailing tube or gift wrap tube, Yeri Yun crafted a DIY version of traditional Christmas Crackers. But as anyone who’s ever cracked a cracker knows, the best part is what’s found inside. So Yun cleverly created these crown-wearing peanuts to hide inside. Try her how-to instructions to make crackers for your Christmas table — even if you don’t spend the time to make such perfect little peanut figures, you and your family will surely have fun making your own version.

+ Christmas Cracker How To

+ What Makes Me Happy By Yeri

Toilet Paper Roll Flower Ornaments

All you need to make these simple flower ornaments are a few toilet paper rolls and a stapler. They’re beyond easy to make and even if your kids are too young to cut and staple, you can assemble a few ornaments, and then set your kids free to decorate them with glitter, markers, or any stray craft supplies you have around the house. With silver glitter or cotton balls they might even resemble snowflakes instead of flowers.

+ Toilet Paper Roll Flower Ornaments How To

+ Scraplog

Crayon Chip Wrapping Paper

If you have a few old, worn down crayons you can make some pretty fantastic wrapping paper. These easy instructions explain how to transform old tissue paper by ironing and melting on crayon chips. Your kids will love helping with this project too, from making the crayon shavings to sprinkling them on in fun and colorful patterns to unwrapping the gifts of course!

+ Crayon Chip Wrapping Paper How To

+ Momtastic

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