Elmo Ornament Kids Craft. This post is sponsored by Socialstars & Playskool as a part of toddler fun with the #PLAYSKOOLCREW. All opinions are my own. May contain commissioned links.
Elmo Ornament Kids Craft
My husband took down the Christmas boxes from our attic this week. I know, crazy. I turn around and POOF the holidays are here. Even more than that, my toddler has already started singing the songs. You know….the ones that are stuck in your head but you’re only a toddler so you just sing the one line that you know over and Over and OVER.
It’s a good thing that I adore my little one’s off-key singing voice.
But not to diminish her excitement for the season (I mean it’s probably the first Christmas she will actually remember this year!), we have started the Christmas crafting. And when you combine one of my child’s favorite characters and Christmas….you get holiday toddler bliss. This easy Elmo Ornament Kids Craft combines a fun activity and a frugal ornament craft (under a dollar, yo!) in one afternoon of holiday excitement. So grab your jingle bells and your favorite Elmo toy for an afternoon of kid friendly ornament crafting!
What You Will Need:
- Plastic fillable ornament
- Red filler craft items: What a great time to learn more about the color red with your child! Ribbon, pom-poms, tissue paper, fabric, etc. all make great stuffers for your ornament and your little one will love being the one to stuff it!
- 1 large orange pom-pom
- 2 large googly eyes
- Help your child fill the ornament with assorted red treasures from around the home. Let your child take the lead as you scavenger hunt for the items! We found stickers a fabric and tissue paper and even brother’s blocks…. 🙂
- Replace the lid to the ornament. Glue on the orange pom-pom nose and 2 large googly eyes. Allow to dry
- When dry, let your child hang their ornament for the world to see!
No holiday season is complete without your favorite Elmo friend to go with your new ornament! That’s why we love squeezing our Playskool Sesame Street Play All Day Elmo while we decorate our festive home. Seriously, this guy needs to be at the top of your Elmo loving child’s holiday wish list. Not only is Elmo a familiar stuffed lovie and friend, but he provides so much learning, growing and FUN through the busy toddler years.
Ready for fun toddler memories? Check out what this amazing toy can do.
Great mode for littlest friends, the cause and effect play allows your child to explore their world and their classic monster friend in fun cause and effect ways! 10 different responses from a squeeze of Elmo’s nose to jumping up and down and even upside down, your child’s awe and giggles will definitely ensue with their favorite pal.
Is your child getting a little “old” for basic play? Then switch Playskool Sesame Street Play All Day Elmo to Preschool mode for learning, games and more!
- Red Light Green Light
- Freeze Dance
- Elmo Says
- Hop and Count
- Guess the Color
- Animal Sounds
- What’s Up in the Sky
- and still responds to the Toddler Mode play too!
My 2 year old is just starting to really get into the preschool mode and learning the games. This is PERFECT for when mommy needs a distraction during holiday decorating. I can hear her giggling to the Animal Sounds Game throughout the house!
And don’t forget Nap Mode! Playskool Sesame Street Play All Day Elmo also becomes a super cuddly bedtime friend with soothing songs when play time is done.
Talk about an amazing technologically savvy toy, right? The new Playskool Sesame Street Play All Day Elmo provides so much interaction and play for my toddler, that we are having a BLAST learning and growing and even decorating this holiday season. The Playskool Sesame Street Play All Day Elmo is recommended for ages 18 months through 4 years. A serious steal with all of the amazing games and features for many years of fun, I definitely foresee this guy sitting under many a Christmas tree this season! Need some more Elmo playtime tips? Check out my Elmo Toddler Snack and playdate tips!
Make your toddler’s holiday season magical with this adorable DIY Elmo Ornament Craft and the new Playskool Sesame Street Play All Day Elmo!
What do you love about the new Playskool Sesame Street Play All Day Elmo?
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Lori Williams says
My granddaughter has this Elmo and loves it!! Especially when she goes for her nap. It has made naptime much easier on everyone and we are so thankful for that. And this ornament!! I am going to surprise her with this when we put up our tree. Thank you for sharing!!
amy guillaume linderman says
awww my kids have their own tree with ornaments they make….perfect!!
Richard Hicks says
This is a fun project to do with the kids
Aww this is too cute, my God son loves Elmo. I’m going to have to do this for him.
Sue Hull says
I love elmo! What a fun craft for the little ones. Doing all the sesame stret characters would be so cute. Thanks for sharing!
Happy Thanksgiving 🙂
Jen F says
These ornaments are adorable! I love them and like how they look relative easy to make!
This is a cute craft, definitely something the kids will love. My favorite feature of the Playskool Sesame Street Play All Day Elmo is nap mode.
Sue E says
I just had to pin this for my grandkids to make for their trees. What a cute “frugal” idea! The ornament would be a life keeper!!! If they wanted, they could put a sticker on there saying “Elmo loves you” & give it to their parents as a Christmas gift! Thanks for sharing!
Nancy Hilderbrand says
I have the grandkids this weekend and we are doing Elmo Christmas ornaments.
What a cute idea. Our little ones would love making something like this. Thank you for sharing.
Dana Matthews says
Absolutely adorable ornament! I think I could even do it!