This is going to be a regular weekly feature of crafts for little ones so if you would like to link up then please pop me a message with any craft posts you have on your blog.
This has to be the simplest play dough project ever from Clares Little Tots! All it uses is conditioner and cornflour – WHAT!! Simple – let me know if you give it a go!
I love all things rainbow so this cute glitter rainbow made with a paper plate by the Zing Zing Tree is on our to do list.
Over at Growing Family they have a whole host of ideas for Winter crafts, from nature bunting to winter veg growing! Pop across and see what they have planned!
With Valentines day around the corner how cute are these washi tape suncatchers from Kids Craft Room. So easy to make and I know my kids love messing around with sticky tape so will be in their element!
I am all for getting the kids involved in cleaning so why not set them to work on your windows with this Finger painting foam that works as a cleaner too! BONUS! lol Pop across to the lovely Crafty Kids At Home to see more great ideas for creating with little ones!
Oh my word, how cute are these Thumb print magnets from Messy Little Monster! We are definitely making these this weekend, we may even curl some of them so that they end up as little trinket bowls too!
Kids love critters and how cute are these little garden snakes made with pipe cleaners and beads by the lovely Keep Up With The Jones Family! These would look lovely in the little fairy gardens everyone seems to have now!
Lets face it, we all have celery at the bottom of the fridge that we bought and won’t eat! Why not load up the paint and make some rose wrapping paper or pretty card for Valentines or Mothers Day? Brought to you by Messy Little Monsters!
Another foodie idea comes from Kids Craft Room in the form of Edible Finger Paint! My kids would love this, eating and crafting at the same time – whats not to love!
Finally how about a little pot to keep all your paintbrushes and pens in. Not just any pot though, this is a zebra pot with little ears and googly eyes! This would be adorable instead of a goody bag for birthday parties too! Thank you Citrus Spice for the cute idea!
That’s it for this week, I hope we have inspired you to get crafting with the kids! Let me know if you take part and of course link up your posts in the comments below and I could feature you next week 🙂
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