Arts and Crafts for Kids

Arts and Crafts for Kids

Arts and Crafts for Kids

Looking for some arts and crafts for kids for the next rainy day? This craft for kids is so much fun to create and can be done right at home. Weather your child is into finger painting or using a brush we have a great craft for kids for your child�s next Picasso. This will not only keep it safe, it will be a wonderful way to present it as a gift.

Arts and Crafts for Kids

Arts and Crafts for Kids

Take an empty paper towel tube. Have your child decorate it anyway they desire. Once again, use craft supplies from around the house. When she has completed her work of art, roll it up and place it safely in the newly designed carrying case. Now it can be transported without worry of ruining the art work. This makes a great gift for a grandparent, aunt or uncle. They are getting a work of art all rolled up in its own gift wrap!

Another use for that paper towel tube is a rainmaker. You may also decorate the outside. Cover one end of the tube with waxed paper and secure it with a rubber band. Drop dried beans or split peas into the tube. Secure the other end as you did the first. Take toothpicks and punch them into the tube at different locations. When your child turns the tube upside down it will have a great rain sound.

Visit www.treasureboxkids.com where you will find adorable girls and boys outfit for the next kids arts and crafts project.

Arts and Crafts for Kids

Children’s Craft

Children’s Craft…

Kids Foam Crafts: Fun with foam

Doing simple kids foam crafts with your child is so much fun and easy to do. One fun children’s craft idea is to make a foam pencil holder. This craft is not only fun to make but can also be presented to someone as a kids gift. Visit Treasure Box Kids blog each week to discover new ideas on how to make that special craft for kids as well as other children’s craft ideas.

Children's Craft

Children's Craft

Craft foam is usually very inexpensive and durable. If you take one sheet it can be rolled to make a pencil holder. Once you have rolled the foam and securely glued it to make a neat seam you can decorate it anyway that you like. To make it even more fun for your child, take them to the craft store with you and have them pick out the accessories to be put on the pencil holder. Or you can use things from home, buttons are always a nice accent and you can be very creative with them.

You can also purchase foam that is in different shapes or you can cut out designs such as animal designs or character designs. If you dip the foam into paint you can create a wonderful textured Picasso. Your kids will love it. For extra fun replace the paint with some home made jello pudding. The kids can �sample� their art work as they create it.

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