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It is always nice to have Christmas art projects and crafts to display around your classroom for the holidays. Like snowflakes and snowmen and winter scenes. The classroom can be decorated with these types of Christmas art projects and crafts by the teacher alone or the children can get involved with your Christmas art projects and crafts.
Some Christmas art projects and crafts that can be done either alone or with the students are things such as snowflakes to hang from the ceiling. Snowflakes are not costly and do not take much time to make, especially if you get the students involved. If you get the students involved with such Christmas art crafts you can make a fun mess with glitter! The cleanup is relatively easy—just get a vacuum.
Personalized Glass Ornaments
Personalized glass ornaments are another Christmas art project that can be fun for older students as well as younger ones. The new variety and colors of paint pens make personalized ornaments quick, easy and fun. Of course, you can use other things to decorate your ornaments like puff paints or glue and glitter.
Use a variety of colors for clear bulbs, or for brightly colored bulbs you can have the children use metallic-colored paint pens. These Christmas art projects/crafts will make for a stunning gift, they can be taken home for the children to decorate their own tree, or they can be an addition to your own classroom tree. Personalized ornaments are Christmas art projects that take little time and are fun to do. If you want make it a longer craft session and have the students make several of these ornaments. They can give them to parents or grandparents as Christmas gifts—or use them right away.
You will need:
Solid matte colored or clear glass ornaments
Assorted color paint pens that will work on glass surfaces
Ribbon in coordinating colors
First: Cover your work surface with newspapers for this potentially
messy Christmas art project.
Second: Set out all your supplies and have the students decide which color pens you want to use with which ornaments and think about a rough design. You may want to have the children draw their ideas for Christmas art projects and crafts out on paper first.
Third: Place each ornament in the top of a cup for a sturdy working surface. Make sure to let the paint dry completely before turning it on the cup.
Fourth: Once the ornament is decorated and the paint is dried, you have made a great Christmas art project or craft with your class. If you want to, attach a big bow to the top of each ornament.
Please remember, paint pens are very toxic, you must use constant supervision when working with younger children. If you have a large class of younger children—get a couple of helpers to assist you with your Christmas art projects and crafts.
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