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8 Fun And Easy DIY Crafts To Try With Your Kids

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These fun DIY crafts can keep your kids engaged for hours. These hands-on activities are easy to follow and they are a great way for parents to spend time with their children.





1. Rock Monster Magnets


Colorful magnets made from pebbles can really brighten up your kitchen appliances. Use moderate-sized river rocks or beach stones — 3 to 5 cm in diameter should be a good size. Any bigger and you’ll need stronger magnets. Select the smoothest stones with light colors as they will be easier to paint on.

2. Cupcake Paper Flowers


Cupcake liners are used for making these pretty and colorful flowers. Preschoolers have lots of fun sprinkling glitter in the midst of flower layers. Do the project on a paper plate and hang the finished project proudly on your fridge door.

3. Flower Fairy Wooden Peg Dolls


These make very cute gifts for kids. Its quite an easy DIY doll project as it does not require any sewing. The beautiful flower fairy dolls are made with wooden pegs covered in felt and embellished with buttons, sequins, etc.

4. Paper Giraffes


Easy to make, but still really pretty, these paper giraffes require very few items to create. All you need are yellow paper, brown paper, scissors, a black pen, and some glue.

5. Paper Plate Tropical Fish


Plain, stripes, polka dots — the possibilities are endless. These cute fish plates are a great way to let your child’s creativity loose. You can hang them on the walls of your child’s bedroom. If you want to hang them from the ceiling, remember to decorate both sides of the plate.

6. Mini Animals Canvas Project


Plastic animals are cut in half and covered in acylic paint for this impressive and playful DIY craft project.

7. DIY Play Castle


Make your own gorgeous play castle with toilet paper rolls and shoe boxes of different sizes.

8. Spring Flowers Window Art


Window art is a great way to brighten up your child’s day and your house. If you don’t have a large window, try them out on a blank wall or even the refrigerator surface.

via lifehack

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