Kids Crafts

Whether you need birthday-party activities or just something to do on a rainy day, we have endless kids craft ideas. From painted sneakers, colorful bracelets or necklaces, to seashell wind chimes, some painted rock animals, a leaf alphabet collage, or a row of eggshell flowerpots. We also have kid art projects for every holiday and season.

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Chicken Costume
Why did the chicken cross the road? To go trick-or-treating, of course. This funny costume is made from two tickly feather boas, ordinary kitchen gloves, tights, and a pilot's cap that's crowned with a felt comb. Under the plumage, two leotards are stuffed with batting for extra plumpness.
Friendship Bracelets
It’s the same technique practiced by summer campers everywhere. But when fashioned in sophisticated colors and luxurious strings and yarns with metallic accents, these knotted bracelets become great adult accessories.
32 Seashell Crafts That Evoke the Beauty of Summer
There are so many ways to put your oceanside finds to good use.
Witch's Broomstick Favors
On Halloween night, give your little trick-or-treaters a proper send-off with broomstick favors filled with candy. They'll cackle with delight.
Popsicle Stick House
Made by gluing together Popsicle sticks, this post-ice-pop house is the perfect craft for kids to make.
Backpack with Iron-on Patches
This craft is as easy as kids picking out adhesive patches and mom finishing the job with an iron. Plus, when you buy this colorful bag, another one full of supplies is donated to a student in need.
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Octopus Costume
It's an eight-legged cutie from the deep blue sea. Outfitted with a belt of soft tentacles and a beanie hat of googly-looking eyes, he makes for an ultra-huggable sea creature.
Fluffy Slime
Slime requires an "activating" ingredient to transform it from a gluey, goopy mixture to a malleable solid. In lieu of a laundry booster, the secret activator in this slime recipe is saline solution, which can be found at your local pharmacy.

Paper Fortune Teller

A single sheet of paper and a few origami folds are all you need in order to spend hours of fun finding out what luck you have in store.