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Easy Christmas Crafts: Santa Claus Craft

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Do you love Christmas Paper Crafts? If you do, then you will love this Cheerful Santa Claus Craft! From Mrs. Clause and Rudolph to Elves these Christmas Crafts are sure to bring a smile to your child’s face.

Check out this fun Santa Claus Craft! Use our Santa Printable Template and get creative making your own Holiday Paper Crafts. Kids will love creating this Christmas Paper Craft and telling stories!

Materials Needed for the Santa Claus Crafts

1. Printable Christmas Template

Santa Clause Craft

How to Make Santa Claus Christmas Crafts

This fun paper Holiday Craft is perfect for kids of all ages! All you need is construction paper, Santa Claus Cut Out Template, some markers, scissors, and glue.

So, gather your supplies and keep reading for the simple step by step instructions.

1. Download the Printable Santa Template

Then print the Christmas template.

Santa Clause Craft

2. Cut Out the Pieces You’ll Need.

Use scissors to cut out the sections for the Holiday Paper Craft.

Santa Clause Craft

3. Trace the Template

Trace the Christmas template onto the required colored paper and cut it out.

Santa Clause Craft

4. Add the Arms

Take Santa’s arms and glue it to the red body. Then add the mittens and the white cuffs. Like shown in the picture below.

Santa Clause Craft
Santa Clause Craft
Santa Clause Craft

5. Decorate Santa’s Jacket

Glue the white stripe in the middle of the jacket. Next add the white ruffles to the bottom of the jacket.

Santa Clause Craft
Santa Clause Craft

6. Glue on the Belt

Next glue the belt to the middle of the jacket. Then add the belt buckle to the middle of the belt.

Santa Clause Craft
Santa Clause Craft

7. Add the Legs

Glue both legs to the body. Then add the boots.

Santa Clause Craft
Santa Clause Craft
Santa Clause Craft

8. Attach the Head

Attach the head to the neck. Then add Santa’s beard.

Santa Clause Craft
Santa Clause Craft

9. Complete the Face

Paste the eyes, nose, and eyebrows. Next add the mouth and tongue.

Santa Clause Craft
Santa Clause Craft
Santa Clause Craft
Santa Clause Craft

10. Paste on Santa’s Hat

Use glue to add Santa’s hat to his head.

Santa Clause Craft
Santa Clause Craft

Thats it! You just created our Paper Santa Claus Crafts

Santa Clause Craft

How did your kid’s Christmas craft turn out? What color did you use to make your Holiday Crafts out of paper? Don’t forget to share your Paper Santa Claus Craft.

Who is Santa Claus?

Who is Santa Claus? Santa Claus is a holiday figure who delivers presents to children on Christmas Eve. He is typically depicted as a jolly old man with a white beard and red suit. Santa Claus is thought to be based on the historical figure of Saint Nicholas.

Check out these Christmas Paper Craft Ideas!

Create your own Holiday Activity and put on a show for the whole family. You can make your own paper crafts of Mrs. Claus, Elves, Grinch, Rudolph and more. Click below to see all our Christmas Crafts

Christmas Paper Crafts

We hope you enjoyed our Christmas Crafts!

We hope you enjoyed our paper craft for kids! If you liked this article about Mrs. Santa for Preschoolers, please leave us a comment and let us know.

We’d love to hear from you. In the meantime, be sure to check out our other fun kid’s crafts on our website.

Santa Printable Instructions

  1. Download the Santa Claus Template
  2. Print, and cut out the pieces.
  3. Trace the template onto the required colored paper and cut it out.
  4. Add Santa’s Arms.
  5. Decorate Santa’s Jacket.
  6. Glue on the Belt.
  7. Add the Legs.
  8. Then glue on Santa’s boots.
  9. Attach the Head.
  10. Complete the Face.
  11. Paste on Santa’s Hat.
  12. Congratulations! You have completed the Santa Claus Paper Crafts!

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