Are you looking for craft activities to enjoy with your little ones? Well, you’ve come to the right place. My love for craft activates started since my adolescence, and there’s no stopping it.
My room is filled with custom DIY projects, so suffice to say that I can help you pick some great craft hobbies. But don’t worry! I won’t overwhelm you with 50+ craft ideas.
I’ll start with five simple ones to get you started. So, without any further ado, let’s get started!
Coloring isn’t just for kids. It’s a simple activity that helps you escape from the daily tension of life.You can either buy a coloring book from a store or print your favorite coloring pages from the internet.
It allows you to unplug from the online world and promotes creation over-consumption, which is necessary for today’s busy lifestyle.
Jewelry making can be a high activity, especially if you have a daughter. All you need is beads, claps, elastic cord, wires, and a few other things to get started.
You can create beautiful bracelets, necklaces, and a variety of cute jewelry in a matter of minutes. It’s a fun activity that’s also great for your mental health. There are many jewelry making sets available in market with different beautiful beads shape as well.
DIY Photo Frames/ Albums
Do you take a lot of pictures with your kids? Why keep it in your phone’s gallery? Print your favorite pictures and put them in your beautiful DIY photo albums.
You can find many easy custom frame making ideas online (read: Pinterest) that are simple and fun. Do you know that you can even make a frame with popsicle sticks? Fascinating, right?
Not only these frames are inexpensive to make, but they also look a lot better than plain, store-bought frames. As they are fully customized as per your choice. You can match it with the color of your wall, your table, or shelf that suits and blends completely with your room decor.
Knitting may seem like a tedious activity, but you’d be surprised to find out how fun and exciting hobby it actually is. It requires coordinated and repetitive hand movements, which sharpens your brain and keeps the negative thoughts at bay. Also, you’d be able to knit beautiful apparel for your kids as well.
Once you develop an interest in knitting, then you can always make something beautiful and creative every time.
If you try knitting and don’t find it your cup of cake, you don’t need to carry yarn (pun intended) because you can always create origamis.
It’s a paper art made using the ancient Japanese paper folding technique that you can perfect in a few weeks. Just get an origami paper, and YouTube is your friend. Start with easy designs like a cat and gradually move to advanced ones like lion and dragon. It’s a great time pass not only for you but for kids as well.
So these were the simple ideas which you can try with your little one at home. And honestly speaking, they also won’t cost you much. I just love to do DIYs with my little one. It’s an amazing way that helps your child to boost up his/ her creativity and skills.
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