Monday, July 15, 2013

Ultimate Kids Crafts Round Up: 50 Crafts to Make with Kids

I've been crafting longer than I've been a mom. And even though my son loves crafts, sometimes I am at a loss as to what to make with him. Luckily there are lots of talented bloggers out there sharing their great ideas! Here are 50 of the best crafts to make with kids from around the internet. Enjoy!

Cardboard Fairy Wings from Secret Agent Jospehine
Recycled Egg Carton Caterpillars from Creative Green Living
Painted Hand Puppets from B-Inspired Mama
Recycled Box Doll Apartment on Creative Green Living
Knight Shield from Seven Thirty Three
Recycled Egg Carton Aliens & Monsters from Creative Green Living
Crepe Paper Jellyfish from Homework
Tissue Paper Butterflies from Spoonful
Painted Pasta Creatures from Kaboose

Bird Feeders from Re-Purposed Cans on Creative Green Living
Ladybug Bug Jar from Creative Green Living
Easy Wind Chime from Lovin Our Chaos
Painted Birdhouses from Creative Green Living
Painted Flower Pots from Mama Smiles
Tin Can Windchimes from Creative Green Living
Family Rock Garden from Lovin Our Chaos
Recycled Tin Can Creatures on Creative Green Living
Twig Trellis for Fairy Gardens or Climbing Plants from Homework
Recycled Glowstick Lanterns from Creative Green Living

Fingerprint Magnets from B-Inspired Mama
Pinecone Rose Bouquet from Creative Green Living
Painted Trinket Box from Diary of a Mad Crafter
Child Artwork Vase from Every Day is an Occasion
Butterfly Magnets from Mom Endeavors
Recycled Candle Plates on Creative Green Living
Dotted Cloth Napkins from Making Lemonade
Monogrammed Keychains from Spoonful
Painted Rock Photo Holder from I Love Painted Rocks

Painted Mini Skateboard from Dollar Store Mom
Fuzzy Animals from Homework
Paper Kite from Mom’s Crafty Space
Free Clothes for Paper Dolls from Magazines from Homework
Shoebox Guitar from Real Simple
No-Sew Sock Animal Elephant on Dollar Store Crafts
Milk Carton Sailboat from Real Simple

Easy Rhinestone Headbands on Creative Green Living
Painted Wood Bangles from Pear Mama
Shrink Film Cufflinks from Creative Green Living
Summer Straw & Bead Necklace on Creative Green Living
Glow in the Dark Salt Dough Beads from Craftulate
Pixie Dust Necklaces from Creative Green Living
Compass Necklace on Dollar Store Crafts

Abstract Watercolor from My Very Educated Mother
Silly Sensory Ball Painting from B-Inspired Mama
Baking Soda and Vinegar Painting from Rainy Day Mum
Watercolor Leafprint Art from Homework
Child Name Banners from Creative with Kids
Pulled String Painting from Inspiration Laboratories
Rolling Pumpkin Painting from Putti’s World
Salt and Chalk Art from My Kids Make
Colorful Cotton Swab Collage from B-Inspired Mama

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  1. Awesome round up Carissa! This post will sure help me on those days I need something to do with the kids! Pinned!

  2. Thanks for featuring my child artwork vase!! So Sweet!! Pinning this awesome round up! Smiles, Jill

  3. Thanks for featuring my child artwork vase!! So Sweet!! Pinning this awesome round up! Smiles, Jill


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