Kids are always curious about Santa and how exactly he gets to deliver all those gifts in one night. To top it all, the question that pops up often is: How can Santa slip through chimney with his big belly? He must get stuck! Have fun making a stuck Santa hand painting with kids using the printable template we provided in the tutorial below. Plus, see more Santa handprint crafts here!
Stuck Santa Christmas Hand Painting Idea For Kids
- Santa Roof Top Background (Personal & Classroom Use Only, Commercial Use/Modifying PDF Not Allowed)
- red paint
- brown paint
- white paint
- googly eye
Paint the child’s hand red – leaving out the thumb. Make an imprint on the paper with the heel of the hand at the bottom of the chimney and the fingers making a ‘V’ shape.
Paint the child’s hand brown. Make an upside down hand. Use a red finger print for the reindeer’s nose.
Add lots of white fingerprints for the snow on the roof.
To finish the reindeer, add a google eye, a smile and antlers.
Make Santa look like he’s stuck in the chimney, by adding black boots and a belt.
Santa’s Stuck Children’s Book
“This playful picture book answers the age-old question: Just how does Santa shimmy up and down chimneys? Not very easily sometimes! When the rotund fellow with a sweet tooth overdoes it on the snacks, he gets stuck inside a chimney. The reindeer on the roof try pulling him out, to no avail. A dog, a cat, and some kittens try pushing from below, with no luck. It takes a tiny, ingenious mouse to come up with the way to POP! Santa out so that Christmas can go on. Good show—ho, ho, ho!”
This adorable Stuck Santa hand painting is sure to bring a smile to your kids’ faces! Enjoy crafting and telling stories about all different scenarios that could happen to make Santa get stuck. Kids will have blast!
For another cute Santa craft, check out this Pete the Cat footprint craft inspired by the children’s book, Pete Saves Christmas. We would love for you to share your finished stuck Santa hand paintings with us on IG! (tag @artsy_momma amada)