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.
Jute twine is a very inexpensive supply that adds a little more texture and interest to any craft that normally uses string. Its natural shabby look has made it a very popular craft supply lately, so why not let kids get in on the fun? Here are some great ways to incorporate jute twin into your craft projects.
This bee skep craft uses recycled materials and some jute twine to create a cute decoration for your child’s room. It’s a fun way to teach about bees and their hives and get the kids thinking about spring during dreary summer months.
Twine Hot Air Balloons – Tattling to the Teacher
This craft is super fun from start to finish. It has everything, mess making, popping balloons, and an absolutely adorable result. Use colorful twine or yarn to create your own hot air balloons!
Rainbow Wind Chimes – Happy Hooligans
Natural jute twine adds a little nature back to these colorful wind chimes. This craft is easy for any child to participate in, and it adds a really unique decoration to your yard come summer.
Rope Flower Frame – A Prudent Life
A homemade picture frame makes a wonderful DIY gift for grandparents and parents. The natural look of jute twine makes it very easy for a child of any age to dress up a frame, and makes a great base to embellish with whatever fits the receiver’s personality.
Intertwined Hearts – We Know Stuff
Can you believe Valentine’s Day is just around the corner? This is a great craft to help decorate for the upcoming holiday and get a little messy along the way. Dye your jute twine to get a really rustic red for your hearts.
For more ideas for crafting with kids, check out more Kids Crafts Posts.