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Easy Christmas Craft Idea for Kids Santa’s Binoculars

Santa Binoculars Christmas Craft

Santa Binoculars Easy Christmas Craft for Kids

This Santa Binoculars craft is perfect for the upcoming Christmas holiday! Your little one will love using them to “spy” Santa!

We all know that Santa sees you when you’re sleeping, so this fun craft is only fair so that your little one can now try and see him! Think how much fun your child will have creating these Santa binoculars from start to finish and then using them to look up at the sky! Will they spy Santa and his reindeer? I don’t know, but it’s sure a cute sight to see.

Not only is this craft really fun, but it’s also crazy simple too. All it takes is a few items, and you and your child are well on your way creating this fun craft.

Add this fun craft to any holiday event! It’s especially fun if you can invite over some of their friends and let them all create together. Throw in a few cookies to decorate and you’ve got yourself a real holiday party!

Make certain that you help your child out with this craft as there are some parts that need a bit of parental assistance!

Boy using Santa Binoculars Christmas Craft

Start the spirit of Christmas early with this adorable craft!

What’s Needed to Make Santa’s Binoculars

2 Empty TP Holders
Red Felt
Gold Scrapbook Paper
White Faux Fur
Black Tape (I used Gorilla)
Ribbon or String
Hot Glue Gun
Scissors

Santa Binoculars Christmas Craft Supplies

Directions to Make Santa’s Binoculars Christmas Craft

Cut 2 rectangles the width of your tp rolls and make sure the length covers the entire roll as well. Wrap each piece around the holders then glue.

Santa Binoculars Christmas Craft Step 1

Place both toilet paper holders together and wrap the end with the black tape. This will hold the binoculars in place.

Santa Binoculars Christmas Craft Step 2Cut a small square out of the gold paper and glue on to the middle of the black tape.

Santa Binoculars Christmas Craft Step 3

Wrap the faux fur around the end of the binoculars and cut to size, then glue on.

Santa Binoculars Christmas Craft Step 4

Cut the ribbon/string to the desired length needed. Glue each end to the inside of the toilet paper holders or between the felt and tp holder.

Take outside and look for Santa!! Have Fun!

Easy Christmas Craft Binoculars

Santa Binoculars Christmas Craft

Easy Christmas Craft Idea for Kids Santa’s Binoculars

Active Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes

This Santa Binoculars craft is perfect for the upcoming Christmas holiday! Your little one will love using them to “spy” Santa!

Materials

  • 2 Empty TP Holders
  • Red Felt
  • Gold Scrapbook Paper
  • White Faux Fur
  • Black Tape (I used Gorilla)
  • Ribbon or String

Tools

  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Scissors

Instructions

  1. Cut 2 rectangles the width of your tp rolls and make sure the length covers the entire roll as well. Wrap each piece around the holders then glue.
  2. Place both toilet paper holders together and wrap the end with the black tape. This will hold the binoculars in place.
  3. Cut a small square out of the gold paper and glue on to the middle of the black tape.
  4. Wrap the faux fur around the end of the binoculars and cut to size, then glue on.
  5. Cut the ribbon/string to the desired length needed. Glue each end to the inside of the toilet paper holders or between the felt and tp holder.
  6. Take outside and look for Santa!! Have Fun!

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29 Comments

  1. What a cute idea! I am going to share this post with my friend – her kids will just love this so much!

  2. Haha! This is soooo cute. I’m going to make one for my 10-month-old daughter but I’m afraid she’s going to chew on them. This is such a creative idea. Thanks for sharing!

  3. This is such a great craft project for children. It can keep them busy on one afternoon and then they can try spotting Santa through them. 🙂

  4. Wow, this is so cute and really a fun project to do with kids and I am sure they will love it!

  5. Oh my goodness these might be the cutest craft I have ever seen! My kids would absolutely love these 🙂

  6. I love being able to do crafts like this with my little ones. Thank you so much for sharing. I need to start gathering all of my supplies too.

  7. What a super cute craft! So easy to make, too! This would be just perfect for keeping the kids occupied on Christmas eve, then go out to look for Santa!

  8. oh wow, Such a fun and cute idea. I love how creative you are doing this. My kids would love this for sure.

  9. You know I’ve been saving some toilet paper rolls! This is the perfect thing to do with them! I’ll have to give it a try myself.

  10. This is the cutest craft and I will definitely be trying this with twins I babysit. I am about to pin it right now. Thanks

  11. How cute are those Santa binoculars! We’ve got to make these and now I have a use for the TP holders that I can been hanging onto just in case for my little ones Christmas crafts 🙂

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