Stuck at home with kids who need something productive to do? Check out these quarantine-friendly crafts that I have compiled without having to take a trip to the store!
Posts Tagged: kids crafts
We were thrilled to have crafts arrive right at our doorstep from Craftzee Crafts!
Summer is for playing outdoors – except when it is pouring or wickedly hot! When the weather has you stuck indoors and your kiddos repeating, “I’m bored!” like a broken record, then pull out some supplies and have a slime free craft day!
7 a.m. (in a loud “whisper”): “MOM! Is it time for cookie camp yet?” Repeat at 8 a.m., 9 a.m., and so on! Needless to say, my daughter was excited for her first cookie camp at Delicious Designs Cookies. I registered her for the two-hour drop-off experience and immediately she began the countdown and rubbing it… Read more »
Tissue Paper Flowers are simple and easy to do with the kids and perfect for Mother’s Day. What you need:Tissue paper of varying colorsGreen pipe cleanersTwigsVase What you do: Â Â Cut the tissue paper down to a desired size. Rectangles that are 5-by-7 inches make for perfect tiny flowers. Stack several sheets of the… Read more »
Leave one out for the Easter Bunny! This is an easy, fun way to turn the ordinary rice treats we all know and love into something seasonal and cute. What you need:1 package of marshmallows (the colored ones make a more festive treat)6 cups of rice Cereal (any brand will do)3 tablespoons of butterWax paperCooking… Read more »
The Easter bunny doesn’t always have to leave candy eggs around the house. Sometimes he finds a fancy egg to help decorate his living room. Here’s a great craft to create your very own delicate eggs to adorn your home for Easter. What you need:Large EggsBig BowlLong Needle with a wide opening for ribbonThin RibbonPaint… Read more »
That silly leprechaun left his hat at my house and I wanted to share it with you. You can see, it is bigger than you would think … for a creature of his size. Â You can make one for yourself, too. This fun little craft is sure to get some giggles out of your… Read more »
Get ready for St. Patrick’s Day because it is coming up! By Thursday, March 17, you will have clovers all around with this easy-to-do craft with the kiddos. Â What you need: Construction paper Green tissue paper Glue Safety scissors Crayon What you do: Draw out a clover on your construction paper and cut it… Read more »
Looking for a simple art project to do this weekend? Here’s something that is easy to do and turns out different every time. Make your own ink blots … although, in this case, paint blots. What you need:Construction PaperKids Poster Paints – at least two different colorsNewspaper What you do: Â Lay out a layer… Read more »