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!
A nursery is the first room for your child, they will spend a lot of time there, and it should look safe, functional and cute. Today I want to share some ideas to make any kindergarten cooler: This round-up is dedicated to DIY kindergarten artwork. There are printouts that all require some editing, but you won't regret it - they look really original. Check out the DIYs below and choose yours!
Give your kids room a bright rainbow color with this fun rainbow weave. It's not hard to do and a good project to use up waste yarn if you have it. Sitting on a soft, fluffy cloud with cascading raindrops made of felt, the rainbow brings texture and softness to a nursery, nursery, or play room. I've never met a kid who doesn't love a rainbow, so this wall hanging would make a beautiful handmade gift.
These canvases are pretty simple and easy to make. They are made of burlap and colorful buttons, one piece is in a word, the second is a flower applique, they are perfect for a girl's room. If you have a boy, just swap the flowers for something else.
You don't have to be a tree keeper to love this tutorial, although it's a great Earth Day craft! Turn up this DIY button art project for a playroom or baby's nursery with this free template. This tutorial is so simple that your kids can create their own versions alongside you when they're old enough to use glue with a little precision. Alternatively, you can make button drawings of any simple shape you can find by printing them and drawing the silhouette on your wood.
If you spend anytime in craft stores you know there is no shortage of inexpensive wooden letters in all sizes and styles these days. When you combine these letters with small wooden blocks - voila - you get letterpress printing blocks. The following tutorial has all of the details you need to create your own letterpress art. Since your dimensions will vary depending on the letters you choose, you will need to figure out how your own “puzzle” of printing blocks will fit together. Honestly, that's part of the fun! Such a decoration will definitely help your child learn the alphabet - isn't it amazing?
This piece of art is for those who are ready to paint a little, and of course it would suit a coastal or ocean-inspired nursery. Follow the directions and attach some mother-of-pearl buttons to the end to make the squid cooler.
Wall decorations always give a room a nice finish. They are very cute to use to decorate a nursery or a nursery. This rainbow cloud is made of wire and can be used in two different ways: as a wall decoration or as a mobile phone when you hang it from the ceiling.
Have you ever completed a paper project only to find you have lots of pretty scraps that you just can't throw away? If you want to make art for your own little one, get out all of these spare papers and follow them! This crescent moon wall art is an amazing decoration for any kid's room.
This little bird canvas group on the wall looks super cute and will suit both a boy's and a girl's nursery. The birdies are made of fabric and a button eye. And are attached to small 6-inch canvases. The project is very quick and chic - you will only spend 20 minutes creating it.
This project is very doable even for a novice craftsperson. It's also very cheap. All you need is a little bit of time and some colorful felt. This large 3D felt flower is a beautiful decoration for any girl's nursery and can be made during your child's nap.