I’m peeling glue off my fingers and washing paint out of a certain someone’s (curly blonde) hair, so I’d call the Kids Craft Camp a resounding success. I realized as I was crafting (and also from your great comments) that you don’t have to be a child to enjoy these kids craft ideas. While they were geared for kiddos, they are just as fun for your inner child– I mean really, spouncing is proven to reduce stress! *
*not a real fact.
Hopefully you gathered a few ideas you can use with the little loves in your life, or even make for yourself. Many of these are suitable gift ideas that your kids will love to create, so keep them in mind when the holidays come around… which is way sooner than I care to think about, actually.
Here’s a round-up of all the projects from Kids Craft Camp week– but I don’t want to hog the spotlight. Be sure to link up your great ideas at the end of this post so we can all browse and share, ‘k?
Each title is linked to the tutorial and additional photos, just click on it:
Use a craft store wooden letter and cover it with alternating patterns of washi tape. Use the letters as inexpensive wall decor, to label baskets, or as a door sign. Easy, fun, with an outstanding result!
Now, your turn! Feel free to link up any kids craft ideas past or present. The guidelines are as follows:
1. Please link back to this post, so Google doesn’t get cranky. A simple text link to Making Lemonade is totally fine.
2. Visit a few other links so we can all share the comment love!
3. As always, link up your actual post and not just your homepage– we’re here to see kids crafts and as lovely as your blog is, we don’t want to have to search for them. 😉