Kids Kraft Kit Review – Week Four – Popsicle Stick Christmas Tree

Why yes, we are a bit late posting this review of the final craft in our December Kids Kraft Kit from When Is Nap Time!  We were planning to do this on the Sunday after Christmas…after all of our family from out of town left and everything settled down around here.  However, Little Man decided to make his appearance the day before, one month early, and so we are just getting around to it now!  But it’s OK, because it is still Christmas around our house!  Because if you think I’ve gotten around to putting our Christmas decorations away yet, you’re crazy!  So Little Miss and I enjoyed doing this craft today, more than 2 weeks after Christmas!

Week four’s craft was a popsicle stick Christmas tree.  Our kit came with a brown popsicle stick and several green ones in different sizes, a glittery yellow puff, and jewel stickers!
Rhinos to Rugrats - Kids Kraft Kit Review - Week Four - Popsicle Stick Christmas Tree

After getting out all of the supplies and checking the easy to follow instructions here, I had her set out the green sticks in order from biggest to smallest.  This is a skill we are still working on, so it was great practice for her!
Rhinos to Rugrats - Kids Kraft Kit Review - Week Four - Popsicle Stick Christmas Tree

Then I had her line the green sticks up on the brown popsicle stick to make a Christmas Tree!  (Don’t forget to leave room at the top for the star!)
Rhinos to Rugrats - Kids Kraft Kit Review - Week Four - Popsicle Stick Christmas Tree

Then decorate your tree by adding the glittery puff ball to the top for the star, and the jewel stickers on the “branches” for the ornaments!
Rhinos to Rugrats - Kids Kraft Kit Review - Week Four - Popsicle Stick Christmas TreeAnd there you have it!  A beautiful Christmas tree!  Amber at When Is Nap Time even suggested adding a string to the back and making these in to ornaments, so we might just do that!
Rhinos to Rugrats - Kids Kraft Kit Review - Week Four - Popsicle Stick Christmas TreeOverall, Little Miss and I REALLY loved this Kraft Kit and we were so honored to get the chance to give them a test run!  You can purchase a kit each month for just $9.95 plus shipping.  Each kit includes 4 crafts geared towards kiddos ages 2-5 years old and Amber posts the instructions for the craft of the week on her website each Friday!  You can get more information about how to order a craft kit here!  When things settle down around here with the new baby, we will definitely be joining in the fun!

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20 Responses to Kids Kraft Kit Review – Week Four – Popsicle Stick Christmas Tree

  1. Farrah says:

    This would be such a cute Christmas craft for the kids at my church! I’ll pitch it to their teacher for this year! ;P

  2. Amanda says:

    That is such a cute little craft! Thanks for sharing :)
    xx Amanda

  3. Holli says:

    What a great idea!! Kids these days really need to learn the art of creating with their hands….

  4. How cute! It’s still Christmas at my house, too!!! (Mostly b/c I’m too tired to take it all down)! HA! What a fun little craft! I love crafts that are actually meant for the child, and not the parent doing all the work! lol. And I love the idea of receiving a monthly craft kit! Great idea! Thanks for posting! =)

  5. This is really cute. Every year we add a special ornament to our tree which is usually made by our daughter. Makes it that much more special.

  6. Sara says:

    How fun!! I had never heard of the Kraft Kit until now! I have a two year old who loves to craft, so thank you for sharing. I will have to check it out!

  7. amber says:

    Love it!! Thank you so much again! I am so glad she liked all the crafts and she did such a great job on all of them!

  8. Courtney says:

    Adore!!! I have to remember this one for next year. Love it so much. So simple!

  9. Jordan says:

    oh my so cute!! Hope Yall had a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!

  10. That came out so cute! Love the “bling” on it!

  11. Wendy says:

    oh, i love crafts! This is a super cute one that looks like most kids can do!

  12. Michele says:

    What an easy and fun craft this is–not to mention slightly educational. The kit made a beautiful Christmas tree. That is a really good price as well.

  13. Jaime says:

    My son would have a field day with this. We made ornaments just before Christmas, and it was a blast.

  14. Theresa says:

    That’s a cute craft idea. My kids did the popsicle snowflakes this year. We’ll have to do the tree next year!

  15. Rosey says:

    It turned out cute. Popsicle sticks really are good for so many things!

  16. Rebekah says:

    What a cute little craft! I agree with adding the string on the back, it would make an adorable ornament!

  17. So cute and so fun. We do a lot of Popsicle crafts here. Lately its been some fairy houses.

  18. Molly Young says:

    This is so cute! Totally doing this with my toddler next Christmas!

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