PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5)--Many children are currently away from school due to the holidays.

Maybe you need something to keep them occupied and away from their phones for a time this holiday season. 

Debbie Hernandez of the Home Depot has some great crafting ideas for kids to do! 

Terra Cotta Pot

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-Paint a 4” Terra cotta pot all red

-Paint the rim white

-Add a construction paper buckle

-Personalize as desired (optional)

-Fill with Snow Fluff and Candy and Enjoy!

Paint Stick Snow Flakes

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-Drill hope in the top of one stick, if using as an ornament or wanting to hang

-Paint 4 sticks white

-Hot Glue sticks together in a cross cross pattern to create snowflake

-Use a silver paint pen to decorate sticks in a V pattern

-Hot Glue glitter snow flake in the middle

-Use wire, ribbon or string to hang and enjoy!

Handprint Reindeer

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-Using a blank black door mat, dip hands in light brown paint and press hands onto mat with hands thumb to thumb

-Hot Glue bell for nose, googly eyes, bow and snowflake to decorate reindeer

-Use a paint pen to add a smile, a date and personalize as desired

-Enjoy your keepsake.

Balloon Christmas Light/Ornament

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-Blow up balloons

-Poke a hole in the bottom of a solo cup

-Tie a string or ribbon to balloon

-Feed string through solo cup

-Hang and Enjoy!

 


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(1) comment

sfr8

They forgot "pine cone in da butt".

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