School is out for the holidays, and we're sure you are busy enjoying those precious moments with the kids as we speak. Christmas break activities are always a great way to bond with the little ones despite the craziness that usually defines the holiday season. Since the big "grown up" tree has probably been set up and decorate for a week or two now, why not give the kids a chance to create their very own special Christmas tree this week? We have a few great ideas!
Image courtesy of One Happy Mama
Our favorite pint-sized Christmas trees
1. Blowout Party! The Blog: Fool-proof instructions for an ice cream cone tree that kids will adore, as well as candy-covered trees. They'll love the chance to play with their food (and not get in trouble for it)!
2. Craft Gossip: Nothing is easier than dressing up a bit of nature. Grab some twigs from outside and they'll be on their way to creating their very own mini tree.
3. Homemade Grits: Gather in the kitchen and get to work mixing and then baking your own salt dough hand print ornaments. Perfect to give to Grandma, too!
-The Girls at Itty Bitty Bella