As we gear up for another busy Christmas season, I wanted to provide a round-up of Growing Creative Kids Christmas articles.
Ideas for Homemade/Meaningful Gifts:
Game Boards to Go offers step-by step instructions to create your own board games that can lead to hours of fun over the holidays, both in the creating and playing of your own travel game boards.
Mod-podge – Creative Kids Crafts is a post about our adventure creating a mod-podged picture frame for some friends for Christmas last year. This is a creative and fun family project that can result in some fantastic, low-cost Christmas gifts.
Creative Things to do with Photos has several gift-worthy ideas for using old family photos in a new way. Ideas include making family board games and altered artwork.
Furoshiki For Creative Kids offers an environmentally friendly way of wrapping presents that can be reused year after year. Include some folding instructions with your gift and the cloth wrapping can serve as a gift itself!
Gifts That Give Back – Women for Women International and a Creative Christmas Introduces you to a world-changing organization and gives you options for Christmas gifts that can change someones life.
Christmas Creativity Exchange – With the kids out of school for winter vacation, hosting a Christmas Creativity Exchange is a great way to socialize and come away with several craft/art projects you can do together at home and create even more memories with your kids.
Getting together with friends and family and hosting a Stone Soup Potluck would be a great way to spend a winter afternoon.
“Presence” Vs. “Presents” – How to Have a Creative Holiday Season offers different perspective on what is truly important during the holidays.
I hope your family has a wonderful, creative holiday season!