Easy Homemade Crafts Anyone Can Do
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A nice craft project is a proven boredom killer. There’s nothing like producing something with your own hands – especially from the comfort of your own couch. We’ve gathered some of our favorite easy craft projects that are kid-friendly, budget-friendly, and many of them use items you probably already have around the house.
Coloring Pages to Print
Everyone enjoys coloring. You can get these free, printable coloring card templates from the Crafty Lumberjacks, who created these for a virtual craft night party. Send them to friends and family as an interactive gift, but you’ll want to save a few copies for yourself.
String Art with a Blue Monogram
String art was popular in the 1970s, but there’s a new graphic version that’s making a comeback. In just a few simple steps, you can create your own modern monogrammed string art.
Make Marbled Votives with Nail Polish
This quick and easy technique will have you wanting to marble everything! Make these bright candleholders with a few drops of nail paint and water, just in time for your summer celebrations.
Castle Made with Paper Towel Rolls
Recycle your paper towel rolls to construct this simple, colorful castle that your kids will enjoy. here is how to use paper towel rolls for kid’s crafts?
Felt Vegetable Garden
Make a felt veggie garden for kids by cutting felt into shapes of vegetables; kids can learn while having fun.
Paint Swatches in Frames
If you have a large collection of leftover paint swatches from a prior makeover, turn them into a framed work of art!
Keychains with Food Plushies
Make these charming keychains out of scrap felt and a quick stitching technique. It is very easy to make these beautiful felt keychains. It looks really good, too
DIY Stamped Block Print Napkins
Make easy stamps out of everyday materials, then make your own custom-stamped towels and napkins.
Clay Trays with Patterns
Roll out bakeable clay and create a pattern with common household materials such as a pencil eraser or a piece of lace. Fill with jewelry, keys, or other household things after baking.
Dahlias Decoration DIY
Make a giant paper imitation of this lovely late-summer flower with scrapbook paper, cardboard circles, scissors, and double-sided tape, which you probably already have on hand.
Hand-Painted Bracelets in Bright Colors
These fashionable bracelets are simple to make and will make everyone happy. Kids may be creative with these projects, which include anything from fingerprints to polka dots and stripes.
Vases with Confetti Dots
What do you need to spruce up an old vase? An hour, opaque glass paint, and a toothpick.
Wipe the surface of the vase with alcohol. Start dotting the bottom of the vase with the flat end of the toothpick dipped in paint. Allow 10 minutes for drying.
Repeat the previous procedures with a dab of your second color on the paper plate. Allow 10 minutes for drying before moving on to the next color. Repeat the technique with the remaining colors until you achieve the desired effect.
Crepe Paper Flowers
Crepe paper is simple to work with and produces lifelike flowers that are ideal for gift toppers or arranging in a vase. Make three kinds: peonies, daisies, and tulips.
Envelope Made from Recycled Wrapping Paper
Don’t toss away your bits of wrapping paper. Instead, use them to make these simple paper envelopes. Draw whatever you wish and create your own envelopes.
Jar Fillers with Perler Beads
Boredom can be alleviated with these inventive, kid-friendly Perler bead jar fillers. Kids love colorful beads.
Simple Pencil Pinwheel
Kids may make these delightful, homemade paper pinwheels with a little help from an adult to bring a burst of color to playtime.
Desk Accessories with Personalization
Make a matching desk accessory set out of various containers such as Mason jars, vases, and tin cans to keep all of your desk needs tidy and within reach.
Newspaper Seedling Pots
For the price of a few packets of seed, you may grow dozens or even hundreds of new plants to fill your yard and garden with excellent flavors and vibrant colors. You also don’t have to pay for seed trays or planting pots. Grab a few sections of newspaper from the recycling bin and in just a few minutes, you can transform them into great seed starting pots.
Ombre Artwork That Is Simple
This eye-catching artwork seen in HGTV Magazine can be recreated by even inexperienced painters. Simply select your favorite gradient colors and brush them onto a canvas!
Seed-Starting using Cardboard Tubes
For a low-cost start, try reusing used toilet paper or paper towel tubes. Gayla Trail, the HGTV contributor and garden expert, suggests planting temperamental plants that don’t transplant well, such as beans, sunflowers, and dill, in old cardboard tubes.