Kid-Made Mice Christmas Ornaments

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We are thrilled to be part of Emma Owl’s 12 Days of Christmas Event! Over 50 bloggers will share a kid-friendly holiday-inspired activity.

12 Days of Christmas Inspired Kid Friendly Activities

Our holiday-inspired craft is our Kid-Made Mice Christmas Ornaments.

I didn’t grow up celebrating Christmas or making Christmas inspired crafts. Fortunately, I have an extremely talented sister-in-law who is a genius at crafting with kids. She made this craft with my daughter years ago. Every time we open our box of holiday decorations it makes me smile when I see the Mouse ornament. I think that it’s so cute and I want to share it with you.

Kid-Made Mice Christmas OrnamentsThese kid-made mice ornaments will liven up the Christmas tree, you can give them as stocking stuffers or use them to dress up a package. Make them in different sizes for a cute mouse family.

Materials for Kid-Made Mice Christmas Ornaments:

  • Felt
  • Glue
  • Candy Canes
  • Scissors
  • Decorations (Optional)

Instructions for Kid-Made Mice Christmas Ornaments:

  1. Cut out the felt shapes. You can use our Mouseย template.Mouse Felt Pieces for Kid-Made Mice Christmas Ornaments
  2. Glue the ears onto the inside of one of the mouse bodies. We cut out smaller ear shapes and glued them on, too.Kid-Made Mice Christmas Ornaments Instructions
  3. Apply glue around the edges of the inside of the felt body. Leave a 1″ gap in the middle of the body. Glue on the other body piece.
  4. Glue on the stomach. Glue on eyes and nose or draw them on. Allow to dry.Kid-Made Mice Christmas Ornaments
  5. Insert the candy cane in the pocket that was created with the curved end sticking out.
  6. You can use the curved part of the candy cane to hang the ornament.
  7. Ta-Dah! You have a cute little mouse ornament!

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Here are some more Holiday crafts that make great gifts. The whole family will enjoy making them and people love to receive them as gifts!

 

Crayon Look and Find Ornament
Look and Find Ornaments
Aromatic Ornaments
Aromatic Ornaments

 

 

Salt Dough Ornament Mobile
Salt Dough Ornaments
Easy Candle Decorations
Easy Candle Decorations

 

 

 

 

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Kid-Made Mice Christmas Ornaments

40 Comments




  1. My kids are really into candy canes this year. These would be fun to make with them. Thanks for linking up at Made for Kids!

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  2. Omg cutest ornaments ever!!! I need to make some with my daughter ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. I love that this is super simple yet so adorable! Thanks for the idea ๐Ÿ™‚

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  4. Oh my goodness these are too cute!!! I may be able to actually pull off doing these with my boys! Love keepsake ornaments ๐Ÿ™‚

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  5. Oh my gosh! I love these! I’m going to definitely be trying to make these with my little guy, I think he’ll love them!

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  6. These little Christmas mice are adorable. They’d make a fun gift for my kids to make for their friends.

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  7. These are SO adorable!! And something my toddler could definitely help me with. I think we found our new holiday activity this week ๐Ÿ™‚

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  8. These are so cute! I love ornaments from kiddos that you can keep year after year.

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  9. I want to make ornaments for my son’s teachers and I think you have given me all the inspiration I need. These would be perfect!

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    1. Thanks, Stephanie, we are so glad you like our mice. We hope you have fun making them and sharing them with the teachers.

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  10. We will definitely be making these this year!! I love how they will be hanging in the tree. FUN!! My son will love this.

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  11. These are adorable! I wish I was this crafty. Looks simple enough to do, though.

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  12. These are adorable. My kids would love them and love help making them. Thank you for the idea.

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  13. Thanks so much for sharing with the parenting pin it party. These ornaments look lovely. Cheers, Helen

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