Santa Binoculars Easy Christmas Craft
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!
Start the spirit of Christmas early with this adorable craft!
What’s Needed to Make Santa’s Binoculars
2 Empty TP Holders
Gold Scrapbook Paper
White Faux Fur
Black Tape (I used Gorilla)
Ribbon or String
Hot Glue Gun
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.
Place both toilet paper holders together and wrap the end with the black tape. This will hold the binoculars in place.
Cut a small square out of the gold paper and glue on to the middle of the black tape.
Wrap the faux fur around the end of the binoculars and cut to size, then glue on.
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!