Start your kids on crafting with Mod Podge early so they can learn all the wonders of this classic adhesive and get creative! It’s non-toxic so kids and adults alike can enjoy these fun crafts!
Day or Night Tissue Paper Decorated Jar
This is a classic craft that’s perfect for all ages. I remember making something like this as a girl scout at a cabin in the mountains and I loved mine!
We’re right in the middle of winter with only spring to look forward to. Lots of kids start to get a little cabin fever when it’s too cold for them to go out and play. Lots of kids also love penguins, so it only makes sense to entertain them by making some penguin friends to get them through the winter!
Soda Bottle Penguin
Not only is this penguin adorable, but it also reuses plastic bottles which can help keep the real penguins’ ocean homes safe. Make a whole Waddle of penguins! (Can you believe that’s actually what you call a group of them?)
One of the best parts of Christmas for any kid and family is the chance to decorate the tree and relive the memories that each ornament brings. Homemade ornaments are some of the most fun to look back on. Here are some fun DIY ornament ideas for kids of any age.
Sparkly Sweet Lollipops
Make some fun and sparkly lollipops in each child’s favorite color. These are very quick and adorable ornaments for kids of all ages. Paint the year on each one before you cover it in glitter to make it even more personal!
I think everyone can agree that the 2 most fun holidays to decorate for are Christmas and Halloween. Christmas is magical and beautiful, but Halloween is so much fun. I don’t think there’s a kid out there that doesn’t love it when the cobwebs and talking skeletons come out. Why not get them involved in making the decorations too? Here are some fun decorations kids of all ages can create.
Foam Batty Bats
Make a garland of colorful and spooky bats. Kids can decorate with markers, stickers, googly eyes, whatever you can find to make them extra scary!
Whether you love it, or hate it, candy corn is a staple for the fall season. Instead of filling up with sugar, why not craft with candy corn inspiration instead. Here are some easy kids’ craft projects for kids of all ages.
Pom Pom Candy Corn
Make a fun table decoration for a Halloween get-together in no time with fun pom poms and some styrofoam. Older kids can use a glue gun for a sturdier decoration, but regular white glue will likely last you through the season.
I always get so excited when I find a rainbow. There’s just something about all those pretty colors right after a downpour. Here are some fun ways for you and your kiddos to bring rainbows inside so you can enjoy them whenever you want!
This is one of those awesome crafts where you probably have all the supplies already at home! Fun, easy enough your your littlest ones, and even a chance to learn about mixing colors- this project has it all.
Fairies are kind of a big deal. I heard a story once about Fairy Specialists needing to be contacted while a road was being built in Iceland because it would have interfered with a fairy home. No joke. Plus they make the perfect fantasy world to keep your kiddos occupied for hours! So I’ve put together a couple of fun, fairy-themed crafts. Enjoy!
Flower Pot Mushroom House
How cute is this little gnome home? I know, I know, this isn’t a fairy craft, but gnomes need a place to rest their heads too. Plus, this would look adorable in your garden and you know it.