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Santa Claus / Father Christmas Crafts - Ideas and Inspiration

As Christmas nears in the U.S.A, children cannot wait for the arrival of Santa Claus on Christmas Eve. But in other countries in Europe he goes by different names and comes on the 6th of December, instead of the 24th. Christmas Day is traditionally kept for the religious celebration. In England he is known as Father Christmas, in Holland he goes by Sinter Klaas and in Germany he is called Skt. Nikolaus. Nevertheless, he is the bringer of good will and presents for children.

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Christmas Craft - Gift Wrap Tube Santa

Gift Wrap Tube Santa Craft
Looks like Santa has been on a diet this year. When you are wrapping presents for Christmas, you will surely have paper tubes left over from the rolls of Christmas wrapping paper. Why throw them away when you can create a long whimsical Santa with them?

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Melting Beads Santa Claus Ornament

Melting Beads Santa Claus Ornament

Melting bead crafts keep the kids busy and entertained for a while and at the same time, give them a feeling of satisfaction when the project is finished. This idea lets them create an ornament to decorate the Christmas tree.

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Christmas Craft - Santa Claus Triangle Gift Box

Santa Claus Gift Box

You can create this cute gift box Santa within 30 minutes and have a perfect packaging for the smallest of presents. Follow the instructions in the link below and use the pictures as a guide to help you.

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Santa Gift Bag

Cute Santa Gift Bag

This bag looks a bit antique because of the crackle medium used before applying the paper napkin. This causes an ancient crackling effect which adds a little something to an otherwise simple design.

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Pom-Pom Santa Claus

Pom-Pom Santa Claus

This cute and fluffy Santa would be pleased to become a part of your Christmas decorations - whether as a table decoration, or high up on a shelf. It does not require a lot of time to craft this project, just a little patience waiting for the glue to dry.

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Fun Foam Santa Claus

Fun Foam Santa Claus

Fun foam is a great material for kids to work with because it is soft and easy to cut. This jolly ol’ elf is an example of a Christmas decoration that kids can make to decorate the door or window during the holidays.

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Basic Christmas Craft Ideas - Clay Pot Crafts - Clay Pot Santa Claus

Clay Pot Santa Claus Decoration

This Santa matches the child’s project for the Christmas Tree out of clay pots. It makes a nice decoration at Christmas time for the table or window, and when wrapped in a clear foil, can be a nice gift for someone as well. It takes some time to dry, but otherwise is a quick and easy project.

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Santa Claus - Father Christmas Paper Window Decoration

Santa Stained Glass Paper Window Decoration

This paper craft has a stained glass look to it. When the sun shines, the colors look really brilliant. The technique is easy and you can follow the step-by-step instructions to learn it.

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Wooden Santa Lapel Pin

Wooden Santa Claus Pin

A good craft store has a supply of precut wood pieces to use for this craft project. You can make this pin within 30 minutes and it looks so cute on your winter coat. These make also great small take along gifts for friends, co-workers or relatives.

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Wine Cork Santa Claus

Wine Cork Santa

Who can believe that this Santa is made out of a recycled wine cork? Kids will have fun making this cute Christmas craft for the holidays. It is a really easy project and is finished with a couple of hours.

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