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back school kids crafts

The school year is almost on and for some kids it has started, so it’s high time to make some things that can be useful while studying or creating. We’ve already told you about some gifts for your children’s back-to-school teachers, and today we’re going to see what you can do for your children.

Back-to-school crafts for kids should be bold, colorful, and eye-catching to inspire your kids to learn and create. So let’s look at some bold and fun DIYs that they might need.

This pencil and pen pouch is made from transfer paper and washi tape. All you have to do is create your design and then print it on iron-on transfer paper. After cooling down, peel off the paper slowly and give this cool pouch to your child.

Apples symbolize fall and the begging of the school year, so make this cool pencil holder. Attach white and red vinyl to the holder and cut out and attach the seeds.

A wooden pineapple can be turned into a desk organizer. Paint the compartments with craft paints and foam brushes, let them dry, and give them to your kids. You will love organizing everything with the pineapple.

You can make exercise books in the shape of bold apples. Cut out cardboard circles, shape them like apples, and then put some paper in them. Add leaves to the apples and voila!

Decorating a notebook is easy when you have stickers. Just take a ready made notebook or make your own and then decorate it with fun and colorful stickers.

This simple pencil bag is made from a standard plastic bag and vinyl letters. You can cut and append all vinyl words and phrases, choose your own and enjoy.

Make drawing more creative and fun with these erasers. Here is the main supply Sculpey Clay Kit Amazing Eraser Clay, assorted shapes and a baking sheet.

Simple notebooks can be turned into cool and creative ones. Use decorative paper, mod pods, and glitter letters to create notebooks for different subjects.

Make a super fun pen holder that looks like an alligator. Take a wooden pen holder, decorate it with paint to make it look like an alligator, then glue wooden beads for the eyes.

If you are good at sewing, then for the money you can sew an apple zipper pouch for lunch. Make this little piece and use some money to attach it to the backpack.

Take simple pencil cases and use stencils, glitter, and mod podge to make them super bold and fun. Depending on your stencils, you can create almost any word or picture.

If your child uses a memo board frequently, they may need pins to post pictures and notes. Take flathead pins and sculpey clay and make fun gummy bear pins.

Make sure to thoroughly clean and pat dry the jelly cup after you eat. Place a washi tape, a shaped peach eraser, a sharpener, a mini colored pencil, another eraser, a paper clip, 2 rubber bands, staples and a mini sheet of stickers. This will be a first aid kit for back to school.

Snowmen are a symbol of Christmas, even if you don't have snow in their place, they are still very traditional. Include them in your Christmas decorations to make them very Christmassy! We've already shared some snowman decorating ideas and today I'm going to be more specific and show you some ornaments. Invite your kids to do them with you as most of them are very easy and kid friendly.

This marshmallow snowman ornament is so much fun! The only problem we had when they were being made is my toddler kept trying to reach him from the tree to get the marshmallows in, ha! I had to give him a few extra as a little reward on the side. The best thing is if you want to make more than one, you can make different colors for the earmuffs. You can also apply various decorations such as a large pompom to the ear part of the sleeves.

This is a fun and easy DIY snowman Christmas ornament to make using clay from the craft store. This is an ornament that kids will love to make. This project would make a great gift especially for the grandparents, so fun and so moody!

Get some wood discs and make these amazing ornaments! Just cut a few slices and paint snowman faces on them or let your kids do the work. If you have an extra firewood and miter saw, you can produce a full set of these in less than half an hour!

These snowmen are super cute and easy and are mostly made with supplies that home improvement DIYers already had in the house. The main supply consists of wooden blocks. They are a basis for painting snowman faces. Invite your kids to get the job done by painting! The craft itself is pretty simple and will make a nice gift idea for teachers for Christmas.

Vintage ornaments are beautiful and charming and help create the fairytale Christmas atmosphere. This snowman ornament is right: it consists of a styrofoam ball and a few colors. I love the long-dimensional nose that makes up all of the ornament and gives it a vintage look. Get inspiration to create some of these amazing snowmen to add sophistication to your tree.

If you are looking for some easy Christmas crafts for kids, you will love this Christmas Popsicle Craft. Kids will love choosing which ornament they can make. From snowman to Santa Claus - this will be a great success for Christmas! And the best part is that you can hang them on the Christmas tree when you're done. Or you can give them away as a Christmas present or place them on gifts as decorations. Grab some popsicles and you can make so many different Christmas crafts with them! Don't let the ideas stop here - you can make a reindeer, Santa hat, and elf too!

More snowmen for Christmas! Not only can your kids make them, you can also make cool DIY decorations yourself. These cute ornaments look very natural and bold, they are really beautiful and modern, and these scarves and hats make them even more cozy. Let yourself be inspired and make something!

I don't get anything more fun than doing a DIY project and sipping a glass of wine, and this DIY wine cork snowman ornament combines both! All you need to make this super cute DIY wine cork snowman is a few wine corks and most of the other things you probably already have at home. Make with the kids or gather your girlfriends and have a girls' night making ornaments!

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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