Gingerbread Friend Craft

Christmas is less than two weeks away! Soon, many schools will be going on break. If you are looking for a fun Christmas craft to do with your little ones, this gingerbread friend encourages creativity and can be made with materials you already have laying around your home!

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Materials Used

This craft is open ended and you can use any materials you’d like. This is what we used.

  • Brown Construction Paper
  • Pink Construction Paper
  • Gems and Other Decorations
  • Googly Eyes
  • Glue
  • Scissors

I started by cutting out a gingerbread person shape from a large piece of brown construction paper. If your child can use scissors, you can just draw the shape and let them do the cutting! After that was cut out, I cut various shapes and patterns out of the pink paper.

Next, I helped my daughter put glue on the gingerbread shape and then let her glue things on where she wanted them.

This craft can be done in any way your child wants. We kept ours simple, but you could give it clothing or even hair!

Book Suggestions

Little ones often learn best when books are paired with a craft or activity! Here are some suggestions for this craft.

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7 responses to “Gingerbread Friend Craft”

  1. what a lovely idea! A couple of friends are visiting this week with their kids so I am definitely doing this with my little guests!

  2. wow this is an amazing idea

  3. So fun! WE made some gingerbread friend crafts recently and Liam loved it!

  4. I love the little flower decorations on your gingerbread person! It’s such a cute craft.

    1. My daughter loves hair accessories, so every person like think she makes gets some.

  5. So my 4 year old and I just watched a gingerbread house competition and he loved it. This is such a great way to experience our own gingerbread building!

  6. How cute is this! I’ve been looking for ideas to create with the kids during winter break. I’ll add this to my list.

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