At the first station, the boys made Christmas balls by pushing tinsel garland into a clear glass ball. These were so simple and pretty. The above photo shows my little boy pushing his tinsel into his ball.
Here is a photo showing one of the finished balls.
Spreading frosting on a cookie and adding sprinkles was another favorite of both my boys. My littlest boy worked so hard to cover his cookie with frosting AND with sugar and sprinkles.
I have honestly never seen such a sugar-loaded cookie in my life. This photo only shows about a third of what ended up on his cookie. Seriously.
At another station, the boys made angels out of white tube socks filled with beans, fiberfill, and then tied and decorated to look like an angel. They needed a lot of adult help with this craft, but the angels turned out so cute. As shown in the above photo, my little boy really liked playing with the beans that were used to weight down the angels.
This photo shows the two finished angels. I love them so much. I am so happy that we are able to participate in this special event every year, and so grateful for the hard work that Carol puts in to make this possible for the children of our church.