Free Crafts Kids, Art that Kids will Love

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10. Decorate T-shirts

You only need a white T-shirt and textile markers.

Tip: extra option is theme related readymade ironing patterns

You can see, we used them too.

painting T-shirts
Textile pencils
painting T-shirts
High five
painting T-shirts
T-shirt painting

9. Holiday dairy

dairy
Holiday Dairy
dairy
Holiday Dairy

 

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To write down all your adventures. To paste all your pictures and everything you want to keep as a memento You need cardboard, wrap paper, some ribbon and fill it up with drawing paper attached to each other with a few clamps. Put it inside with double-sided tape, also used to stick the wrapping paper on the cardboard.

8. School drawing holder

School drawing holder
School drawing holder

You probably can imagen how much school drawing went by over the years. At first my own 6 through nursery school, and now my babysitting children. That brought me to this idea, a school drawing holder. Cardboard, with WCrol with felt glued around it. Before gluing the felt, we have sewn buttons on it for decoration. At least, the children learned how to sew a button!

7. Spacious Painting, real Kids Art

WCrol and egg tray

Spacious painting WC rolls
Space toilet rolls
Spacious painting WC rolls
The start spacious painting

 

 

 

 

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Paint the egg tray and then cut the rolls in different sizes, and paint them too. Put them together with a glue gun. Attach a ribbon, and finished!

Spacious painting WC rolls
Spacious painting

 

You read it faster than it was made, this takes a few hours.

6. Real kids art

Kids art
Kids art idea
Kids art
Real art

masking tape, empty tealight holders, tin wire,  black, and silverpoint, and an idea! The bottom left is an old CD.

Real kids craft art

Art and Crafting Ideas at Low Cost that Kids will Love

5. Pampering the Birds

For this you need the lower half of a milk carton, attach on the 4 corners thin wire. Let the kids stringing peanuts and tie them together with a loop on top, so you can hang it in a tree.

Make some holes in the milk carton and stick a few twigs and leaves in it for decoration. Fill up the carton with seeds.

treat for birds
For the birds
treat for birds
treat for birds

 

 

 

4. Pop-up-poP

This idea is from a 6-year-old, he came up with it! I want to make a surprise puppet, but I don’t know how. Can you please help me? Sometimes kids put you in the middle of your creative “think tank”,  they just expect you to come up with an idea!

For this, you need a  bottom removed pet bottle, a stick, an old stocking and some cloth and tread.

Bind the stocking on the stick, fill the head with anything, put the stick through the pet bottle and the stocking around it, that the base.

pop up pop
pop-up-pop

Give her a nice dress, some hair, and a face!

3. Bow & Arrow

This creative crafting idea is from one of the children,  he wanted to make an arrow and bow. So we went together into the garden and cut some suitable branches. Searched a few fethers and a row and made his wish come thru.

bow and arrow
arrow and bow

But that wasn’t enough, he needed a socket too. Luckily we found an empty Pringle bus, and with a few ajustments, he could go off to hunt.

2. Paper Treasure Box

Today we are gone make a paper box, I drew the pattern of the box on my computer and the children gave me their favorite pictures for the surfaces. After we printed them out, we glued the pattern on heavy cardboard. Then cut it out and fold it into a box.

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Kubus with favorite pictures

1. Color with wool

Double-sided tape is so handy when you are crafting.

In this case, we used it to color with wool. Print a picture, tape it with double-sided tape and stick the little pieces of wool on it.

This  cool drawing idea has a remarkable effect.

coloring with jern
Coloring with jern

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46 thoughts on “Free Crafts Kids, Art that Kids will Love”

  1. Wow. Can’t believe how MANY ideas you have here. This could keep kids busy for YEARS!

    I still have hanging on our bedroom walls the “greatest hits” of our kids art through the years. As the years go by I actually see more in them than I did at first. Little geniuses!

    Number 6 looks cool. Did your kids do that??

    1. Thank you, yes my son made #6 when he was 9 years of age, I have here a couple of real artists in my daycare. You may want to bookmark this page, for when the grandchildren invade your home 😉

      Thank you for your nice comment, Loes

  2. I love this site. The layout is quirky and fun, the colors are happy and it is so full of great ideas for kids. I would like to link it to my site familieshavefun, which is about things families can do together.
    My gran daughter is coming to stay soon so I will be checking up thisiskidsart regularly for the 3 months she is here.
    Thank you Loes for all the work and creative ideas.

    1. Thank you, Judy, very nice to hear that:) And I welcome you to link to my website, I ♥ it:) You may even use one of my banners for it
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      Have some great creative days with your granddaughter, Judy
      Kind regards, Loes

  3. Hi Loes! I love your site. So professional and colorful. So many great ideas to engage children. What would you say is your most popular item?

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