These Christmas origami instructions will help you and your kids enjoy fantastic hands-on holiday fun.
With 10 different activities, you’ll have a blast with this free pack of Christmas projects.
Check out these easy Christmas origami activities and get your free set today!
Enjoy Simple Yet Special Christmas Projects with Your Kids
Want to make this holiday season rock with your kids? Try a new hands-on project!
Even if you have a ton to get done before Christmas rolls around, you can still slow down and make special holiday memories with your kids.
Pick a few Christmas activities that you’d like to try and build it into your schedule.
Your kids will be thrilled and you’ll be so glad that you did 😊
And don’t feel like you have to spend a ton of money or time prepping the “perfect” activity! Go with something super simple, like these paper activities with Christmas origami instructions, that can even double as decorations or DIY gifts.
What’s In This Free Pack of Christmas Origami Instructions?
This free set of printable (PDF file) Christmas origami instructions includes numbered steps and pictures to guide you and your kids through hands-on holiday fun.
You’ll find 10 pages with:
- Santa’s hat
- Santa Claus
- Santa’s socks (or stocking)
- Box (super cute for a small gift!)
- Christmas tree (this one is a bit advanced and suggests using glue)
Tips & Tricks for Making Christmas Origami Figures
New to origami? No worries!
After learning the different basic folds and a bit of practice, you’ll soon be creating super cute Christmas figures.
You can search on YouTube for videos that demonstrate the different origami folds. My boys and I found this video to be helpful:
Once you learn these basic origami folds, you can take it to the next level and try all sorts of cool projects.
I recommend using origami paper. (We got this set – inexpensive and in all sorts of colors). But, it’s not a must.
You can totally use construction paper, scrapbook paper, or white printer paper (and add colors or patterns with stamps and such).
If you’re not using origami paper, make sure to cut the paper to size (square).
Creative Ideas & Supplies for Christmas Origami Fun
When you’re working on a new skill, it’s probably best to stick with the basics. But, you can still add a bit of flair to these Christmas origami instructions and projects.
You can use Christmas origami paper for an extra layer of holiday fun.
If using white printer paper, use Christmas stamps, crayons, markers, or other coloring tools to customize your origami project.
Wondering where to use these free printable Christmas origami instructions? Here are a few ideas:
- classroom fun (early finishers, brain breaks)
- homeschool morning time
- holiday boredom busters
- class parties
- Christmas homeschool fun activities
- library (or other community) events
- Christmas party goody bags (roll up with a sheet or two or origami paper for a creative treat)
- keeping hands busy while listening to holiday read-alouds or songs
Get Your Free Pack of Christmas Origami Instructions
Ho ho ho! Get ready for some awesome hands-on Christmas fun with your kids!
This free printable (PDF file) pack of Christmas Origami instructions includes 10 pages with numbered steps and pictures.
You can print as many copies of these Christmas activities that you’ll need for holiday fun with your kids, personal use, class, co-op, Christmas party, or community event. If you have a friend or co-worker who may like to use these free printable activities with their kids, I ask that you please share this post. Thanks so much for your cooperation & sharing!
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Have you tried origami projects with your kids? How did it go? I hope these Christmas origami instructions help!