Welcome to: Childrens Crafts
I bet you haven’t given this blowing bubble activity any thought as a child party activity? I’m not talking about little kids blowing little bubbles from those little containers – no, I’m talking about blowing HUGE bubbles. I bet you didn’t even know that it was possible?
Yes, your bigger kids and their friends can have a lot of fun with this blowing bubble activity and what’s more, it’s inexpensive too…especially if you know how to make the right bubble solution and tools. I’ll give you a few recipes to try out and also a couple of tool ideas.
Did you know you can do more than just eat peanuts? For a different kind of summertime activity, think outside the shell and have fun with this creative craft. Here’s everything you’ll need to make beautiful butterflies.
With summer coming many of us see ladybugs everywhere. Why not create some special ladybugs you can keep on the porch or even inside in some special places?
Making Memories on a Budget
What childhood memories do you hold dear? For me, it was all the times “life happened”. The little things like playing outside, riding my bike, playing at the park, swimming in the lakes, laughing with friends. None of those moments cost a cent, yet they are some of my most treasured memories.
Making memories on a budget is very easy to do.
Using an inexpensive garden glove, colored felt and pom poms you can create wonderful handpuppets that can make any storybook come alive for children of all ages!
(ARA) – As Mother Nature treats our senses to an abundance of summer blooms, why not follow suit with these adorable flower cupcakes? They are fun and easy to make — even the youngest member of the family can pitch in.
Kids love magic tricks and special effects because they surprise and delight with the unexpected. Here’s a collection of easy yet impressive special effects to try at your next kids party.
To a large extent the holidays have come to be more about materialism than the original values of peace, harmony, and faith.
Making your own wrapping paper is a fun activity that children or adults can do. With some creativity you can create gift wrap that is unique and different – everyone will know the gift is from you!
Crafting with young children really isn’t about creating something in particular. Most young children don’t have the foresight to see what a project is going to be.
This is a great family craft because everyone can do it. Small children will have fun with it because often they are learning how to set the table, how to help out at mealtime.