A quick 5-minute nativity craft for kids that they can hang on the wall. Simply peel and stick the repositional decals onto the pre-cut plaque! This post contains affiliate links.
You might also like our 12 Days of Christmas gift idea for Latter Day Saints and Christians! A container with 12 pieces of candy, each labeled with a QR code to a Christmas video! Looking for a SUPER FUN edible Christmas activity? How about our graham cracker nativity scenes! We make these every Christmas season!
Easy Nativity Wall Hanging Craft for Kids and Teens
These nativity wall hangings are 6″ big. The perfect size to hang on the wall or in the tree. And they were SO easy to make and the girls had a great time adding their stickers. Each wall hanging turned out different. Some had 2 sheep, others had 1, the star was placed in different spots as well as the angels.
Another idea would be to give the kids each a take home kit with a plaque to hang on the wall and a sticker sheet and have them add one sticker each day leading up to Christmas. There are 14 stickers.
Either way, it’s a quick and easy kit for kids and would look so cute on an entryway wall.
How To Assembly Nativity Wall Hangings
You can purchase unfinished wood plaques and nativity vinyl stickers on Oriental Trading. The unfinished wooden plaques come in packages of 12 and the vinyl in packages of 24. The vinyl is marketed for using on mason jars to create nativity luminaries. I wanted something a bit more affordable for 15 girls than mason jars and the wood plaques (12 for $4.99) fit the bill!
We added a strand of bakers twine through the pre-drilled holes and it was complete!
More Christmas DIY Projects for Kids!
My kids love making their own gifts during the holidays. They take such pride and get so excited to have us open our gifts which really brings the holiday spirit. Here are over 25 Christmas crafts and gifts that kids can make and give this holiday season!
These Santa suit gift tags are SO easy to make and the belt is made from a soda bottle tab! A few cuts of paper and a bit of glue is all you need! Don’t have the embellishments? No problem! Draw them on with a marker!
Quite possible our favorite advent calendar and very inexpensive to make, too!