13 Christmas Star Craft For Kids

13 Christmas Star Craft For Kids

13 Christmas Star Craft For Kids

The holidays are a time for family and friar Craft For Kids

but we also like to have fun! We’ve gathered up some ideas for making some Christmas Star Craft For Kids. These projects are easy to do with your little ones, and they look great when they’re done!

A Paper Plate Christmas Tree 13 Christmas Star

This craft is easy and fun for your kids to do on their own. You will need.

  • A paper plate
  • A marker (preferably red)
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick or glue gun

A Pinecone Christmas Star Craft!

Pinecones are a great material to use for making Christmas stars. You can use them to make some cute stars or even a whole tree! 

A pinecone star is easy to make with an adult’s help.

Before you get started on this craft, you need some pinecones and paint. You can find dried pinecones at craft stores and online. If you have access to fresh ones, that works too!

An Easy Pipe Cleaner Star Ornament Idea

This simple craft is about as easy as it gets. All you need are pipe cleaners, ribbon, glue, and star cookie cutters.

Glue a pipe cleaner to the top of each cookie cutter shape (or use double-sided tape). Leave them upright until the glue dries. 

Use glitter to decorate your stars with pom-poms and festive streamers for the holidays!

Styrofoam Ball, and Pipe Cleaner Star Ornaments

To make these stars, you’ll need.

  • Pipe cleaners in several colors
  • Styrofoam balls in several sizes (we found ours in a craft store)
  • Sharp scissors
  • A Sharpie marker to draw the star on your styrofoam balls. 

Make sure you use sharpies because they will be easier to draw with than other markers. You can also use paint or even crayons! Just make sure it’s something permanent so that when you’re done, your star won’t rub off onto anything else when you’re handling it. (This is also why I wouldn’t recommend using glitter.)

Next, punch holes into the top of each ball with a hole puncher (they usually come with them). Then use a glue gun and glue pipe cleaners into each hole!

DIY Hot Glue Star Ornaments for Christmas

Use a hot glue gun to make a star: To make these star ornaments, you will need a small piece of wood.  The size of your wooden star should be just large enough to hold two coffee stirrers on either side, with room in between them for the glue gun tip. 

You can use any type of wood that is available to you, but we recommend using something like pine or cedar because they are easy to cut and work with.

To start this project, take your hot glue gun and stick it down onto one end of the coffee stirrer so that it is held in place by both hands. Next, press down on the opposite end so that it presses against your wooden board—this will prevent any extra glue from spilling over onto other parts of your ornament! 

Once everything has cooled off (about 1 minute), repeat this process again until all sides are covered by coffee stirrers; then let dry overnight before hanging up on Christmas trees around town!

3D Paper Stars For Christmas Made From Paper Strips

You can make a 3D paper star easily by using paper strips. To make the star, you will need.

  • Paper strips. You can use wrapping paper for this project or cut up some old magazines.
  • Glue and scissors to cut out your stars

Homemade Snowflake Ornaments from Felt and Sequins!

Cut out snowflake shapes from felt with a craft knife, then cut out a hole in the middle of each snowflake shape.

Use a hot glue gun to attach sequins and beads to your snowflakes. You can also use glitter and glue!

Once all the glue has dried, sew buttons or beads onto ribbons that you will use to hang your ornaments on your tree (or windowsill).

How to Make Christmas Star Ornaments from Yarn and Wire Hangers!


  • Wire hanger
  • Yarn (or string, or ribbon)
  • Scissors

To make the star ornament:

Fold a wire hanger in half and push the ends through the loop on top of your yarn ball. Tie it tightly around one end of your yarn to secure it in place and then carefully cut off any excess wire so that only a few inches are left sticking out from underneath your wrapping. 

You can also twist these threads together if you’re worried about them slipping through their holes later on!

Now take another 10-inch piece of wire and tie it around one side of your folded hanger at about eye level with some extra strings hanging down – this will serve as both decoration later on as well as something for people to hang up their finished stars on Christmas trees or mantles! 

If you want something stronger than regular nylon thread though, try using a fishing line instead which won’t stretch out over time like normal white cotton does when wetted regularly (see “How To Make A Yarn Star With Wire Hangers” section below).

Once everything looks good enough without falling off too much weight being placed onto it yet still allowing enough room so that air doesn’t get trapped inside while drying completely overnight before use again next year;

 cut away those extra ends sticking out behind where they’re not needed anymore—you’ll notice these start getting loose after a while anyway since they’re just holding up part of an empty shape right now anyway!

Recycled Cardboard Christmas Stars for the Tree!

You can use old cereal boxes or cereal box tops to make these stars. First, punch holes in the center of each star shape. Then cut out the shapes.

Now it’s time to decorate your recycled cardboard Christmas stars! You can use paint or markers for this step—just have fun with it!

Your little ones will be thrilled when they see these stars hanging on the tree with their names on them!

Upcycled Lightbulb Stars for the Christmas Tree!

  • Use a lightbulb.
  • Cut the lightbulb with scissors.
  • Glue the stars together using a glue gun, and then glue them to your cut-up bulb with another glue gun (you can even add some glitter if you want).
  • Now that you have your star, put it on top of a tree and enjoy!

Recycled Lightbulb Angel ornaments are perfect for kids to make.

Recycled lightbulb angel ornaments are a great project for the kids to make. Use craft punches to cut out the shapes, then glue them together with a hot glue gun. 

Paint your angels and hang them on your Christmas tree!


  • lightbulbs (metal)
  • craft punches (or scissors)
  • hot glue gun & sticks
  • paintbrush

Recycled Milk Jug Santa 

Reindeer and Snowman Ornaments are super easy to make with craft punches.

The first thing you need to do is gather some clear milk jugs, craft punches, and a hot glue gun.

You’ll learn how to make Santa, Reindeer, and Snowman ornaments using recycled milk jugs. These are super easy to make with craft punches! You can add glitter or other embellishments as well. However, if you want a simpler ornament or one that’s ready for gift giving, then check out our Christmas Tree Ornament Crafts section where we have all the supplies needed so that anyone can make these beautiful decorations in no time at all!

These Stars Will Brighten Up The Holidays

Christmas is a time for family and friends to come together, and one great way to add some festive cheer is with star crafts.

The star has long been associated with Christmas, so it’s no surprise that you’ll find them all over your house during the holiday season. From stockings and tree ornaments to wall hangings and medallions, stars are a great way of adding some sparkle without being too flashy.

If you want to get started making your own Christmas star crafts, here are some ideas for kids:


I hope these star crafts have inspired you to make something beautiful for your home this Christmas season! There are so many other easy DIY Christmas craft ideas that you can try out, too. If you like making stars, check out these other tutorials:

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