14 Different DIY Color And Build Christmas Ornaments For Kids

14 Different DIY Color And Build Christmas Ornaments For Kids

It is that time! Time to deck the halls and trim the tree! We kinda go a little crazy this time of year with all the decor and seasonal themes…okay I admit I go a little crazy any season but just a little more so this time of year. Today I wanted to share with you these DIY Christmas ornaments I made. There are 14 different ones to color and design in the printable pdf file below. From Snowflakes to trees, there is something everyone will enjoy designing. 🙂

DIY Printable Color And Build Christmas Ornaments For Kids

I joined a Kid made ornament blog hop a few weeks ago. Normally I refrain from group activities because I tend to forget and don’t want to let everyone down with my forgetfulness but I thought it would be fun this time. So my contribution to the hop is these decorative ornament cubes.

DIY Printable Color And Build Christmas Ornaments For Kids

There are 14 different designs included. They are pretty easy to form and just require a couple pieces of tape or a dab of glue. The kids really enjoy putting them together and building them. They have already printed out several of the Minecraft inspired cube to color and build a Minecraft inspired Christmas tree decoration. I may have to showcase that project later. 🙂

DIY Printable Color And Build Christmas Ornaments For KidsTo create these ornaments:

Print out the pdf file from below.
Color the ornaments to suit. Olaf pj onesie is totally optional. 🙂

DIY Printable Color And Build Christmas Ornaments For Kids
Cut around the outside dark line.
Fold all the inside lines to form the cube and tape or glue together.
Cut the dotted lines on the top and string a ribbon or pipe cleaner through the top to hang on the tree.

DIY Printable Color And Build Christmas Ornaments For Kids

That is all there is to it! I hope you enjoy our Christmas Ornaments and be sure to share your creations with us. Just tag us on Instagram @miniaturemasterminds or #miniaturemasterminds!

Download this set by clicking below!

DIY Printable Color And Build Christmas Ornaments For Kids

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  1. These ornaments are great! I love how easy they are yet how creative! Thanks for sharing in the Kid Made Christmas Ornaments series 🙂

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  3. I remember making cubes like this at school such a fun simple craft 🙂

  4. Pinned and tweeted! Thank you for this nice idea. I taught first grade and I think teachers will like this for their classrooms as well as moms for kids at home. Making a cube can be a challenge for young children.

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