Make these adorable gingerbread house photo frame ornaments from craft sticks with your children this Christmas!
Christmas tends to go past so quickly! All the excitement building up during Advent, and then it’s over! I try and make sure to build some memories around this special holiday. Each year we add a photo frame ornament to our tree. This is a fun way to remember all the past years, and how the kids grow!
At the time, my almost 3-year-old son made this super adorable gingerbread house photo frame today(my daughter made a pretty Santa frame!)
We used the thick craft sticks and I “built” the house for him. Older kids can do this step themselves.
He stuck the pieces on, randomly. We talked about the cotton wool that resembles snow and feels soft. The pretend sweeties from pipecleaners that are so colourful etc.
With small pieces like these, I always give an earbud to use together with the glue. This way the kids only use a small amount. Oh, and do supervise whenever your young child works with small pieces!
A pretty gingerbread house picture frame!
I added his name and the year, together with a string at the back to hang it on the tree.
Here it is, hanging on our tree, a special keepsake gingerbread house photo frame ornament! (This photo was taken at school this past week when they had their Christmas party.)
Do remember to pop in to see all these fabulous ornaments by fellow kid bloggers:
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Easy Cinnamon Sled Ornament by Playdough & Popsicles
Egg Carton Snowman by Sugar Aunts
Jingle Bells Ornament by Peakle Pie
Bubble Wrap Holly Wreath by Crafty Kids at Home
Gingerbread Paper Decorations by Creative Family Fun
Kids Art Decorations by Non Toy Gifts
Handmade Card Holder by My Bright Firefly
Pom Pom Garland by Spark and Spook
Kid-made Lantern by Sunhats and Wellieboots
Recycled Snowman Decoration by The Creative Pair