Brighten up your holiday crafting with this free printable Christmas lights template!
We love Christmas and it’s the perfect excuse to get creative with your child. This simple template is perfect for using as a coloring sheet or you can use it for one of our Christmas crafts.
You can print as many copies of this template as you like so if you need a Christmas lights printable for your classroom, Sunday school or preschool we’ve got you covered.
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Christmas Lights Template
December can be a pretty dark time of year so seeing Christmas lights on trees and outside homes is always something that keeps our spirits up, my kids love to walk around the neighborhood seeing them all lit up.
These free printables are perfect for creating some easy crafts. You can make some at home or if you use them at school they’d look great as Christmas decorations on a bulletin board or classroom door with everyone in the group decorating their own Christmas lights.
However you choose to use them I’m sure they’ll look fantastic!
Christmas Lights Craft Ideas
Coloring – Coloring is such a great activity for keeping both kids and parents happy and this printable makes great Christmas lights coloring pages. All you need to do is print out the PDF on to plain white paper, grab some crayons, markers or coloring pencils and get started.
Tissue Paper – Cover each of your lightbulbs in some glue and then stick on colored tissue paper squares. You could choose different colors for each light or have multicolored lights. This would also look good if you colored in the wire between the lights with a black marker.
Pom Poms – We love using pom poms to paint with as a simple way to add some texture to a picture. All you need to do is pour a little bit of paint onto a plate or tray and then dab your pom pom into it then simple dab your pom pom on to your light bulbs to color them in. You could also try using different sizes of pom pom for this.
Fingerprints – No pompoms? No problem. Finger painting is a classic crafts and its a fun way to color these in too.
Torn Paper – If you fancy a change from using scissors then using torn paper to decorate your Christmas light template is a great way to do so. You can use colored paper, scrap paper, construction paper or whatever you can find at home. Just tear it into pieces and then glue it down to color the shapes in.
More Free Printable Christmas Templates
I love Christmas but I know that as well as being the most wonderful time of the year it can also feel like the most expensive time of the year as well.
We have loads of free Christmas printables that you can download including cards, scavenger hunts and gift tags so that you can have a fun festive time with your child without having to spend tons of money.
You’ll also find lots of Christmas themed free templates like these ones that I’m sharing here and in each case you’ll also find some simple craft ideas that you can try out at home, in a preschool, kindergarten or school classroom.
Our free Christmas tree template has a nice basic outline which means that there’s lots of room for art and adding your own decorations.
Our angel template has tow different designs so that you can choose the one that’s best suited to the craft you want to create. We loved using the more basic one to create a handprint angel craft.
Finally our Christmas sticking template is always really popular and kids can add their own name or design to it.
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