The most awaited time of the year for your munchkin is no doubt the summer holidays when the days are warm and languid and simply perfect for a DIY project. And as a mother, it is the perfect opportunity for you to bond with your kids and make some of the most beautiful memory of your lives. Well, there are several creative activities that you can enjoy with your kids such as joining a cooking or painting class. But, if you want your homely setting where you can simply relax and have the gala time with your bubbas, you should go for paper crafts. There are several DIY paper craft projects that are not only easy to make, but also enhance the creativity of your kids. Moreover, they would give the walls of your kitchen a nice, homely touch that almost everybody loves. So, let’s start with some of the most fun-filled craft ideas for kids.
4th October is World Animal Day. And what better activity for world animal day than writing persuasive letters that show the importance of animals in our amazing world. And to make this day even more fun we have a DIY animal envelopes tutorial for you, so you can send your letters in style! This is the perfect activity to improve your child’s letter writing skills and best of all it even makes writing fun! For more ideas on fun writing activities, check out our post on top 10 writing activities that make writing fun!
There’s nothing better than a DIY notebook. Or maybe there is? How about a DIY mini notebook made from paper! Kids love to carry miniature things around. Whether these are toys or pieces of leftover food. To get kids writing on the go, why not create these super easy mini notebooks. Not only are they super small (perfect for any coat or trouser pocket), but they are practical too!
There’s only a few days left until Christmas! While everyone else is busy down at the Christmas card aisle at WHSmith or Asda. Why not spend your time creating your own pop-up Christmas card! Creating you own Christmas card is more meaningful and more fun than going out a buying one of the shelf. You can even include your own message and decorative finishes to suit the person you’re giving it to! You can even get the kids involved, improving their creativity and getting them to think about the person they are giving the card to. Follow this tutorial to create your own festive pop-up Christmas tree card!
It’s that time of the year again where creatures from the darkest depths of the world come out to play! Even creatures made out of paper, that help you remember which page you were on in your favourite book. In this tutorial I will show you how to make a black cat paper bookmark. But you can use these instructions to create any horrific creature you like, such as a vampire or Frankenstein. These Halloween paper bookmarks are the perfect treat for a friend and best of all they only take 5 minutes to make.