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Christmas is coming, and this is the ideal time to make your own tree ornaments! Here is a new project: an angel made from a wine cork.

You can make the one in the picture, but I also show several ways to personalize your angel, for example by changing the shape of the wings. If you make several angels, think of giving them as Christmas presents!



If you have enough corks, also make this snowman. It's very easy and oh so cute!



One of my most downloaded Christmas projects is this Christmas stocking ornament that you can personalize with a name.

The "sewing" of wool around the paper stocking is an excellent exercise to improve fine motor skills in children.



I am making progress on my new giant nutcracker project. It doesn't go as quickly as I would like, but there is progress. I spent quite a bit of time designing a simpler way to attach the feet to the base, and the torso to the legs.

I don't have any pictures of the legs to show yet, but I can show you the head of my royal nutcracker. As you can see, I started painting the eyes and the eyebrows.



Because you are a Pro

There are already 70 printable Christmas activities for our Pro members, and between now and December 24, we'll add more than a dozen.

Here are my personal favourites. First, this colouring page showing Santa bringing gifts, and this maze where Santa and Rudolph must find their way to the chimney.

Christmas Gifts Santa Claus Maze

I also like this sudoku junior with Christmas pictures, this crossword puzzle with Christmas vocubulary, and this spot-the-difference game with a beautiful picture of a nativity scene.

Christmas Sudoku 4 Christmas Nativity Scene

There are a lot more that I would like to mention here, but have a look for yourself!

With a Pro membership, you'll get unlimited access to all our printables.



More Christmas ornaments that you can make yourself:

Christmas Bell Ball Ornament Christmas Ornaments Skate Christmas Ornament


Have a great week!




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