I’ve got some fun and creative Christmas gift wrapping ideas for kids. They’re a great way to personalise presents and make them really special. I’ve been working with Sellotape this week to wrap presents for children at the Honeypot Children’s Charity and it’s been great fun coming up with unique and fun ideas to make their Christmas gifts really special.
Look how cute these fabulous printable reindeer antlers are. Children can have great fun colouring and wearing them this Christmas time.
Squeak, squeak, let’s go batty making bats! In our garden we’ve been enjoying watching the bats dart about now the evenings are earlier. In true Kids Craft Room style we had to get crafty making some bats of our own. This 3D paper plate bat craft makes a great mobile for hanging in a kid’s bedroom and is fun for Halloween too.
Here’s a fun, fun, fun Monster Craft for your little monster! Your kids will love blow painting their own unique and characterful monster to stick on a greeting card, display on the wall or even turn into a puppet to play with.
I adore the simplicity of this cute and cheeky Halloween Bat handprint craft for kids. They are great for Halloween party decorations, greeting cards or even as a bat toy for kids to play with.
We sure do love getting arty with leaves! So many wonderful shapes, colours and textures to observe. This week we’ve been having a lovely time creating bold Charcoal Leaf Pictures. Charcoal is a super medium for kids to explore and the end results are just gorgeous.
I just adore tissue paper, it’s so bright, colourful and versatile – an absolute “must have” for the kids art and craft supplies. To bring you over to the LOVE of tissue paper too I’ve put together 16 of the very best tissue paper crafts for kids that will have them exploring and experimenting with this wonderful cheap resource in a multitude of ways. Which tissue paper project will you choose first?
Are you feeling like getting down to the groove? Today I’m showing you how to make colorful pom poms! You’ll adore how super quick and easy they are to make and the kids will have a blast shaking them, running with them, spinning with them and dancing with them! Pom poms are such a fantastic resource for inspiring creativity and self expression and developing gross motor skills too.