Decorating Christmas Cookies is a great way to have some festive fun in the kitchen with your loved ones. We’ve gathered eight of our favourite easy decorating ideas for you to enjoy at home.
Smarties or M&Ms will be undoubtedly be your best friend as you create these fabulous (and simple!) baubles, reindeer, snowmen, trees and fairy lights designs!
Create these gorgeous bauble cookies with Rolo tops and M&M designs.
More details from Your Cup of Cake here.
Use marshmallows, Smarties and black writing icing to prepare these seriously cute melting snowmen cookie toppers.
More details from Cook. Craft. Love. here.
So simple and yet so effective! We love these fairy light cookies!
More details from Dessert For Two here.
Snowy Christmas Trees
Wonderfully festive! Use a blue background with white tree and sprinkles for a frosty look. Or, use a white background with green tree and colourful sprinkles for a more traditional feel.
More details from The Café Sucre Farine here.
Christmas Pudding Digestives
What a great idea! With a little white icing, some red Smarties or M&Ms and green sugar diamonds, it’s easy to produce these lovely Christmas Pudding biscuits!
These adorable Snowman faces would look great on any festive table!
More details from Betty Crocker here.
How cute are these? To create these really easily, use a chocolate biscuit base and attach the features with edible glue. Alternatively, use chocolate icing or dip cookies in melted chocolate, and attach the toppings before it sets.
More details from Be A Fun Mum here.
Snowflakes, Trees & More Ornaments!
Bringing back the M&Ms / Smarties once again, these wonderfully easy festive designs will be great to recreate in your own home. We love the snowflakes in particular!
More details from It’s Always Autumn here.
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For more activities to enjoy with toddlers and young children, check out our list of activities (including all the free printables!), created together with a qualified paediatric occupational therapist.