For people who are supporting adults who may be ageing or who have a disability, here are some Christmas crafts for people of all abilities. These ideas will help with your program planning so that everyone can have the opportunity to be creative this holiday season.
This idea is budget friendly and can be used on a canvas as a picture as well as a card.
Recycled fabric strips or ribbon could make an environmentally friendly option for this project. Collecting sticks from a park or garden add an extra shared experience for this project.
Although this project was written with children in mind, it could also be a suitable craft for people of all ages and abilities. Adapt it to suit the participants in your program.
Here’s a project that could be decorated with what you have on hand in your craft supplies.
Buy some hessian from a craft shop or recycle some old fabric for this craft project.
Go to the park to collect pine cones or buy them at a craft store and then paint and decorate them with cheap or on-hand craft supplies.
Pick up some cheap string from your local discount or hardware store for these Christmas ornaments and decorate as you choose.
So that’s it… 10 Christmas Craft Activities for adults of all abilities. We hope you find one or two ideas of interest for your program or group and can adapt these Christmas crafts for all abilities to suit.
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