Yarn is a great material for any type of craft, from crocheting to sewing. Also, there are many other crafts that do not require these techniques. We’ve already shared some cool yarn works for this spring, and today I want to give you some crafts for kids – not just for this season, anytime!
Make these cute pompom cupcakes for your kids to play with – they’re sure to fit in any toy kitchen! Decorated with rhinestones, they look just fantastic!
These DIY dip stitches are perfect for a cold afternoon inside. These are great for young children developing motor skills and fun for older children who love to be creative with colors and shapes. By using these small wooden boards, they can be completely reused throughout the winter.
The inspiration for this doll craft came from the handicraft stick dolls. Painting pens are larger than a craft pen (or popsicle), so they are easier to use for small hands, and because they are wider than a craft pen, you can use swatches of fabric in addition to yarn to decorate them.
Crochet teething rings are a perfect gift for all mothers and their children, and you can easily make them if you know how to crochet. Read this tutorial to find out all the details!
Who can resist cute pompoms? They are so easy to make and are great for all kinds of fun craft projects. In this post, the author will show you how to make a pompom cellphone that will look adorable in a kid’s room, kid’s room or teenage room.
This project is so simple yet so adorable that it depicts the technique of knitting fingers. They can form a family of squids, large, medium and small. That’s the great thing about that you can vary them easily and make them small or large.
Do you have a starry-eyed kid who is seriously obsessed with space? Feed their excitement with the power of planetary pompons! In this step-by-step project, the author shows you how to make a solar system mobile with pompoms so you can add a pop of color to the child’s room that is out of this world. This is a fun and easy project for novice crafters, and it’s also an educational craft to do with your kids. Study images of the solar system online together and talk about what colors and sizes each planet should be.
Have you tried weaving with the kids? Circle weaving differs from loom weaving in that you need an odd number of “spokes”. The strings still look beautiful and the kids were very proud of their work. Here is a tutorial on how to do that.
Easter isn’t that far away and it’s high time to make something cute for it! What about pompom chicks? You can rock them for Spring and Easter, for different types of decor, and of course, to let your kids play with them.
More yarn lining for an imaginative game! The ice cream set contains six different flavors of pompom ice cream (two of each color), two felt cones, an ice cream scoop, two ice cream cups and a practical container that can be used to store everything and that doubles as an ice box.
These cute butterflies can be made by children themselves! If your child loves them, it’s high time to let them play with these yarn cuties!
Many of us have tablets and iPads today, and watching videos or reading content on your tablet isn't always comfortable when you can't hold it more or less vertically. Make or buy a stand to hold the piece and comfortably watch cooking videos in the kitchen, watch your favorite shows, and read books if it's an e-reader. Let's look at some easy DIY ideas.
Wood and plywood
This simple and elegant tablet stand is made from a piece of plywood and is very convenient to use. It doesn't take long to make, all you need is some sandpaper and a handsaw. You can also add a finish if you want - a stain or color of your choice. So easy and so fast!
This stand is made from Douglas fir, looks stylish and chic, and fits many tablets, phones and e-readers. Make one quick and easy and add a chic dark stain for a classy feel, and voila! The size is yours, it's quite big here, you can go for a little piece.
This piece is exactly for those who love to see something while doing kitchen chores: the stand is made from a wooden cutting board. Attach some wooden wedges to the cutting board to hold your tablet. The board should be slightly larger than the device. Read some details to make one for your kitchen and enjoy!
This creative stand consists of a whole combination of different woods: cherry, maple and purple heart. They were cut from a set of cutting boards and then glued together to create that chic striped look. Such a tablet does not take up much space and lies flat on the table. It's pretty creative and cool. Find out in detail how to do it.
Make a small and comfortable stand out of a piece of wood - so easy and so fast! Take a small piece of wood, drill holes suitable for the tablet, and then color or paint it as you like. The article also works well on a phone, e-reader and much more!
Get some wood to make this chic tablet stand with some metal holders! This stand was made in a few minutes and secured with metal screws. It is painted white, although you can go for any color or stain you like. The piece is a bit rustic and fun, make one to keep your table comfortable!
Go modern chic with some linden tree! Make sure your basswood is thick enough for your tablet to be safe and do some crafting. Find out how to attach these pieces of linden tree and then color them to make a tablet stand out. Color it dark to make the stand look laconic and modern chic and enjoy!
A modern collapsible tablet stand can be turned into a chic and cool one if you hack it a little. The piece is renovated with gold glitter paint and patterned paper, not very difficult! Read how to disassemble the piece and then reassemble it and brush it up for fun. The resulting piece looks a bit glamorous and rather retro.
Do you want some fun? Make this bold and cute cardboard squirrel stand! You will need a lot of cardboard to cut out lots of squirrels that you will be gluing together. The tablet is placed on the back and tail of the animal. The piece is unfinished, although you might add a face and other things or paint it in some way, or you can give it to your kids to get creative.
Do you need a quick and easy tablet stand? Make something out of cardboard! The type of cardboard with 2 corrugated layers is enough for this project. The whole project is about cutting and gluing a piece of cardboard and you will be doing it very quickly. Enjoy!
Do you need functionality? Make a tablet case and stand in one (or it can be used for an e-reader). The item is made of cardboard and covered with fabric with a floral print. However, you can use any substance you want. The good thing is that your tablet is 100% safe in this cover and stand. Have fun with one!
This tablet or reading stand will add a moody and fun touch to your room as it looks like a fun striped and colorful pillow. This is a small beanbag that is filled with polyfil so that it can hold your tablet comfortably. Keep in mind that children or pets may drop these as the holder is not 100% safe.
A quilt-weight fabric was used to make this cover and holder for a tablet or e-reader. It won't keep the piece very vertical, it will be more horizontal, but I totally like it, especially for reading, and the gadget is held with an oversized button - not very secure but still cute and quick to make. Get inspired!
Here is another super colorful and funny beanbag for iPad or tablet. The piece consists of very colorful printed fabric and is decorated with a small bow, the filling is polyfill. Check out how to create one to add a bit of fun to your space for fun.