Make Candy Cane Mice – A Kid’s Christmas Craft
If you’re looking for a fun little Christmas holiday craft for your toddler or preschooler, these candy cane mice are really easy and cute!
My Little C (she’s 3 going on 4 in January) made these today and they were quick. She picked out the colours of felt that each mouse needed to be, I cut out the pieces and did the gluing (but if you had regular white glue, a child could easily do that part too) and then she inserted the candy cane.
She gave them all names and played with them for a while – I believe the purple one is “Desmerella”.
You can find the printable pattern and instructions on Martha Stewart’s website here.
Bonus? You can use them as Christmas tree ornaments.
I was hoping for a happy, perfect picture of Little C holding a DIY candy cane mouse as she smiled with Sparkly Holiday Eyes, but she was extra tired and grouchy this afternoon and so was I.
We had “quiet time” with the Disney Junior channel instead for an hour.
And that, my mommy friends, is a Good Thing. (See what I did there?)