DIY yarn wrapped nativity Christmas decorations diy yarn kids crafts
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!