If you are like us, you have probably played all the games, read all the books and have watched a lot of what is on Disney+.
Yesterday I pulled out some crafts for my boys and thought how much a round-up post of crafts was needed. There are so many fun, clever and simple crafts out there that you can do from things you already have at home.
Here are a few of our favorites from the great world of Pinterest.
Thumbprint Art //
We love any sort of art project with our kiddos and this is such a fun and easy one. Simply get paint or ink. Imprint your child’s thumbprint on a sheet of paper and then have them use their imagination to create little creatures with a pen. Original post HERE
3 Ingredient Air Clay //
3-ingredient air clay. So many options with this craft and we love how they turned the stars into a garland. There was a time my boys were obsessed with clay and would make little stop motion videos. I love that this has only three ingredients and uses items you most likely have at home already! How cute would a little bunny garland be for Easter? Find instructions HERE
Painted Plastic Eggs //
We see a lot of Easter egg crafts but I never thought about painting and decorating the plastic eggs I have collected over the years. How cute are these? Instructions can be found HERE
Whip cream Marble Eggs //
This is one I haven’t tried and really want to. Marbling Easter eggs with whip cream! Say what? So so fun! Have you tried this? Instructions can be found HERE
Bubble Art //
Art with bubbles! Such a fun project to do with your kiddos and super simple. I love how each artwork is different. I am thinking of doing this project in colors we are using to decorate our home and framing them. I often like to rotate my art at home so this would be fun! Instructions can be found HERE
Paper Crown //
How cute is this simple paper plate
Clothespin People //
This craft is way too cute and would be something the kiddos could play with for hours. It would require more of a hands-on (mama, you will have to do a lot of the work) but the end result is adorable. The House That Lars built turned their clothespin people into ornaments (so cute) but you could easily skip a few steps and make a little village of play people for your kiddos. Instructions can be found here. These would be adorable with a paper bag village – see more here. This one may require more items in order to complete but it would provide hours
Other Ideas //
Tin can telephone – This was one of my favorite things to make as a child because it was so simple. Here is a great tutorial
Order Supplies Online and Pick-up //
If your planning on getting any of these items for drive-up pick up here is a list of supplies :
Thumb Print Art: White paper, ink pad and black marker
Air Dry Clay: For the clay you need, baking Soda, cornstarch and cookie cutter. To make a garland you need, twine or wire.
Painted Plastic E
Whipped Cream Marbled E
Bubble Art: Bubble mix, bubble wands (usually comes with the bubble mix), food coloring, and paper.
Paper Plate Crown: Paper plate, scissors, glue, colorful paper, glitter and anything else you want to use to decorate your crown.
Clothespin People: Old fashion clothes pins, acrylic paint, fabric, paintbrushes, hot glue gun and glue sticks, scissors, wooden bead for hair buns (optional)