Egg Carton Bell Christmas Craft

We’ve been having a lot of fun making Christmas crafts this season! These egg carton bells were quick and easy to make, and they are a lot of fun to play with, too.

Egg Carton Bells Christmas Craft for Kids


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Egg Carton Bells Christmas Craft for Kids

We started by painting our egg cups.

Egg Carton Bells Christmas Craft for Kids

After they dried I bent a chenille stem in half and pushed it through the center of the egg cup leaving loose ends. We twisted two jingle bells onto the ends and then secured them.

Egg Carton Bells Christmas Craft for Kids

We finished the bells by adding some holiday ribbon.

Egg Carton Bells Christmas Craft for Kids

All of the kids have fun making music with the bells, but Little Buddy was the most impressed by the pretty sound.

Egg Carton Bells Christmas Craft for Kids

These bells are great for singing and dancing to holiday music. They also make pretty ornaments for the tree when you’re done playing with them. Tomorrow for the Discover & Explore indoor games theme, we’ll share another activity we’ve been doing with our egg carton bells.

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From the arrival of fall to Halloween to Thanksgiving and Christmas, the last four months of the year can be a wonderful opportunity for making family memories and spending time together, but they can also be stressful as we try to collect ideas, recipes, and activities to try together.

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  1. I love how simple these bells are! So cute too! 🙂

  2. Shesta Kimble says:

    I have to say that I absolutely love your ideas here. I have homeschooled for 20 years and I run a home preschool. I enjoy hands-on learning, and needed to see how to implement that with the preschoolers. You have made that simple and easy for me. I have four children of my own, 21, 19, 16, and 11…we did a lot of hands-on, but now it’s only the two youngest homeschooling, and hands-on isn’t a big thing. So thank you for your ideas and keep up the great work. God bless you.

    • I am so glad you are finding some inspiration here, Shesta. Your home preschool looks wonderful! We’re just beginning our homeschooling journey, so I find your 20 years of experience very inspiring. Thanks for stopping by. I hope to hear more from you in the future.

  3. They turned out Gorgeous 🙂

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