Easy To Make Children's Crafts
A traditional decoration in England and colonial America, a sphere of greenery, especially one containing winter fruiting mistletoe, holly, or ivy, symbolizes rebirth in the midst of winter. Any kind or combination of greens and decorations makes a fresh looking kissing bough to hang in your house for the holidays.
Ornaments inspired by Origami, the traditional Japanese paper-folding craft, are colorful, inexpensive, and easy to make. You only need a few materials - a box of slightly shiny, lightweight origami paper, string, white glue, and scraps of colored tag board or paper.
Here’s a quick, easy way to turn extra snippets of greenery into a handsome decoration for a door or wall.
Shiny little boxes made from coated paper and filled with inexpensive gifts can decorate your tree until they’re given as favors to holiday guests. Or use the boxes on an exciting “Adventure tree” for children: attach stick on numbers to the...
Easy To Prepare Children's Recipes
This colorful Tree Tostada is made with ground beef, onions, cheese, sour cream, lettuce, green pepper and tomatoes. Hey kids, put a little Mexican into your Christmas.
Why not let the kids surprise you with this easy and wonderful dessert that is made with lettuce, pears, carrots, cloves, raisins, and banana’s. This is one of Santa’s favorite desserts.
Hey mom or dad - why not get your little ones to make this easy and tangy dessert? It is made with limeade, milk, graham cracker crust, whipped topping and strawberries. All your little elves will love this dessert.
Why not have a breakfast that is fit for a Santa. This colorful omelet is made with milk, eggs, cheese, green peppers, onions, olives, tomato and ham. Counting calories?... But it covers all the major food groups!
This delicious hot chocolate will warm the kids right up after making their very own Frosty the Snowman.
Santa will see stars when you leave him these wonderful starry biscuits and jam with a glass of milk out on Christmas eve.
Your family will be on cloud nine with this delicious chocolate pie that is made from chocolate chips, sugar, vanilla and pecans. This pie is a true favorite of all Elves at the North Pole.
These wonderful treats are made with real peanut butter, brown sugar, and oatmeal. Even the elves like this treat, if Rudolph doesn’t eat them all first.
Hey Boys and Girls, this Fantastic Fudge dessert is made from chocolate chips, milk, vanilla, and walnuts. The elves make this for Mrs. Claus.
No, you don’t need any real snow balls for this recipe but this wonderful treat will surely put you into the holiday spirit.
Hey kids, this dessert is easy to make and it is made with mom’s fresh apples and sweet chocolate chips. You got to try this one.