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Christmas brings out the creative spirit in children of all ages. In the spirit of the season, we bring you Seven enchanting Christmas Torn Paper Crafts for kids to dive into during the holiday festivities!
To make these crafts even easier, each project is accompanied by a Downloadable Free Printable Template.
For more delightful Christmas-inspired activities, don’t miss out on our collection of Christmas Crafts and Activities for Kids, designed to make this holiday season truly memorable!
How to make a Torn Paper Craft
Torn paper crafts prove to be an exceptionally simple and enjoyable activity for preschoolers and toddlers alike.
The instructions for all these crafts share a common approach. Simply select suitable colours for each project and download the free template to commence your chosen craft.
The process involves tearing papers into small bits and adhering them to a printable template using glue.
The beauty of the craft is enhanced by creating smaller and denser torn paper pieces.
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This Torn Paper Ornament can be created in any colour! If you happen to have glitter papers in shades like red or gold, tear them and fashion dazzling glitter paper ornaments.
This ornament Template is approximately 12 cm in size and can be charmingly hung on your Christmas trees.
Children will thoroughly enjoy creating these torn paper candy canes!
Our choice of cardstock paper ensures sturdiness in all torn paper crafts, making it perfect for crafting ornaments as well.
Simply resize the candy cane template and print two per page for ideal ornament-making.
This Christmas tree craft can be even more attractive by incorporating various shades of green!
Enhance the festive appeal by using glitter balls as ornaments on the tree.
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What is Christmas for kids without gifts? Encourage children to create a present craft by tearing paper in their favourite colours.
They can personalize it with their name, making it a fantastic classroom activity that they can proudly display on their bulletin boards.
Kids will love to wear a Santa Handband. Transform this torn paper Santa Hat into a festive headband by attaching two long paper strips on either side.
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This wreath craft makes for a perfect decoration to hang in your child’s bedroom or at the entrance.
Enhance its charm by decorating it with beads or small glitter balls.
Did you like these 7 Christmas Torn Paper crafts? Begin crafting your own now. The free printable Christmas craft templates are available for download at the end of the post; just sign up!
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