15 Easy Crafts to do with Kids
Looking for something easy yet fun to do with the kiddos? Don’t want to spend a lot of money on craft supplies? I’ve got you covered! There are so many FABULOUS craft projects you can do with items you have around the house!
And, if you need to buy a few things, it shouldn’t break the bank. Check out these fabulously frugal ideas:
DIY Princess Wand – We’re having a princess party for my daughter’s birthday and, though I was planning on buying wands for the girls from the Dollar Tree, this DIY wand is SO much cuter!
Candy Bracelets – Want to make fun and healthy candy bracelets? Check out this idea!
Paint Chip Bookmarks – The next time you go to a store that sells paint (Lowe’s, Home Depot, Walmart), grab a couple of paint chips and use them to make bookmarks! Just cut out fun shapes, punch a hole in the top and tie a ribbon!
Handprint Flower Bag – This handprint flower bag is SO cute, and this would make an awesome gift for grandparents! Have more than one kid? Write their names under their handprints!
Paper Plate Apple – This is fun and easy craft using a paper plate and some construction paper! I’m betting the kids would have a good time with this one!
Paper Clip Bookmarks – Here’s another super easy bookmark craft!
Embellished Letter – I love having my daughter’s name or initial in her room, so I might just have to make this one! How cute is it?? And, you can use anything to embellish it!
Button Tree – How fun does this button tree look? Let the kids pick out their own buttons and go crazy with it!
Balloon Bee – What kid doesn’t like balloons?? Turn one into a super cute bee!
Egg Carton Caterpillar – Have an old egg carton lying around? Turn it into a caterpillar!
Pet Rock – You can’t be a kid without having a pet rock, right? This simple craft uses an item you can find lying around outside!
The Hungry, Hungry Caterpillar – Have you read The Hungry, Hungry Caterpillar to your child? Make your own using clothes pins!
Handprint Fire – This is a great craft to add to your collection with fall approaching – use your kids’ handprints to make a fire!
Paper Plate Jellyfish – Want another paper plate craft? I’ve got one for ya – cut one in half to make a jellyfish!
Picture Frame – My daughter LOVES pictures, so this craft is right up her alley! If your children are the same, you can help them make their own picture frames!