Christmas Tree and Ornament Art for Toddlers

We celebrated the arrival of our Christmas tree by using one of the trimmed branches to paint with. Then we made some ornament art to go with it!Christmas Tree and Ornament Art for Toddlers - two fun art processes!

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I taped a large piece of finger paint paper to the table and provided some green paint on a plate and a small branch from the Christmas tree.Christmas Tree and Ornament Art for Toddlers - two fun art processes!

F dipped the branch into the paint and created some lovely patterns across the paper – it all happened so fast I didn’t get a photo of him doing it!Christmas Tree and Ornament Art for Toddlers - two fun art processes!

Then we made a collage on some white cardstock with some cut-up pieces of metallic paper.

Christmas Tree and Ornament Art for Toddlers - two fun art processes!
F dabbed some glue onto the paper then added the paper pieces. The shiny paper looked amazing!Christmas Tree and Ornament Art for Toddlers - two fun art processes!

Christmas Tree and Ornament Art for Toddlers - two fun art processes!

Christmas Tree and Ornament Art for Toddlers - two fun art processes!

After everything had dried I cut four circles out of the shiny collage, attached some silver thread to them, and glued the thread to the tree print to look like ornaments. The ornaments hung loose from the main picture so they were able to move freely – this meant that they caught the light really well – almost like a mirror ball ornament!

Christmas Tree and Ornament Art for Toddlers - two fun art processes!

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