Kids Crafts: Felt

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If you have a creative child around, there are many great craft supplies to keep them busy, and keep you worry-free. Keep the right supplies on hand, and crafting with your kid can be fun and help you build memories that can last well into their lives.

Felt Rainbow Busy Bag - Play Create Explore

Felt Rainbow Busy BagPlay Create Explore

Felt is a must-have for any crafty child. It’s durable, glue-able, sew-able, and it can even temporarily stick to itself like Velcro! Create sewing cards with felt shapes and a hole punch, make a puzzle, and felt shapes make the easy busy bags and quiet books.

No Sew Tooth Fairy Pillow at ThinkCrafts.com

No Sew Tooth Fairy PillowThink Crafts

If your child is old enough to use a glue gun, help them make this no sew pillow. This one is perfect for stashing freshly lost teeth, but you can always customize the shape to fit your child’s décor taste. Younger kids can have fun creating their own pillows with fabric paint or markers, and you can put the pillow together for them.

More Felt Crafts…

Giant Felt Board - Fun at Home With Kids

Giant Felt Board Fun at Home with Kids

Don’t know what to put on your child’s blank wall? Create a giant felt board with felt shapes and letters! Keep the kids busy with giant felt dolls to dress up or scenes to create.

Recycled Cars and Tube People - The Chocolate Muffin Tree

Recycled Cars and Tube PeopleThe Chocolate Muffin Tree

Use felt scraps and recycled materials to make these fun cars and people for endless imaginary play. Children will love playing with toys that they created!

Hopscotch Mat by a Girl and a Glue Gun - The Idea Room

Hopscotch Mat by a Girl and a Glue Gun The Idea Room

Stuck inside on a rainy day? Create this portable hopscotch mat from felt to give the kids some exercise and burn off some extra energy. It could also make a fun rug for a playroom!

For information on the types and shapes of felt and even how to make your own, visit the Felt Buying Guide.

For more ideas for crafting with kids, check out more Kids Crafts Posts.

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