Kids love Perry the Platypus, so they can make really awesome Perry from a toilet paper roll. For this craft you’ll need toilet paper rolls, cardstock, markers, paint, glue and paint brush. First paint your toilet paper roll. You can paint only one coat of the blue paint and let dry about 20 minutes. While the toilet paper rolls are drying, trace out Perry’s bill and add your bill to paper roll. Just add some paste to the back and press the bill on the toilet paper roll. Now you can start to draw out eyes and trace out them. You can fold the paper over so that you’ll have two of the same shapes. The rest of the tutorial is here.
Crafts that let your kid practice some skills or learn something are the best! Thanks to today’s DIY that we’re sharing, your kid can enjoy color matching game, work on fine-motor skills and even create a rainbow flower garden. Sounds fun, right? You only need four supplies for this: felt in rainbow colors, wooden clothespins, craft glue and scissors. Begin with cutting a strip of green felt for each clothespin to match the size of the wide, flat side. Then cut a felt leaf for each flower clip using the template. You can find it and also read the next steps of the tutorial at hellobee.com. Enjoy!
We are sure that pirate theme is absolutely loved by all kids! So they will be excited about making these cool pirate boats with you. For this project you will need 3 corks per boat, 2 elastic bands, a toothpick, some paper or craft foam and string (optional). Place your elastic around the three corks — try and get 3 corks that are roughly the same width. Decide on what sort of sails you want. You can keep them plain or add pirate details. Now pierce your sail with the toothpick and add a wimple if you wish. Poke your toothpick onto your cork boat base. It’s time to play!
With the warmer months approaching the desire to surround ourselves with fresh and bright colors is getting stronger. The graphic designer behind the brand Two Little Ducklings decided to upgrade the room of her little girl, who has recently turned three, and add a bit more fun to the space. I think her room turned out to be one of the wonderful examples of neutral color rooms with bright accents and incredible patterns here and there. The space is really welcoming, fresh and fantastic for a little lady. There’re tons of incredible details here from a watermelon garland to cloud hangers and gladly she’s got the list of shops where she got them. Enjoy the photos below and visit ministyleblog.com for more!
It’s fun to craft with your kids, but sometimes it’s hard to come up with an idea you know they’ll love. That’s why we share lots of different DIYs just to get you inspired on spending more time with your children, enjoying some creative activity. How about making monster jaws today? All of the supplies you probably have at home, which makes the project incredibly easy to make. Here’s what you need: cardboard (use cereal boxes), brads, some type of adhesive and some way to poke holes through your cardboard. Read the step-by-step instruction on how to do this monster at itsalwaysautumn.com and enjoy! Have fun!
Have you ever seen a more original belt than this one? So if your kids love animals, they’ll find this accessory very funny and awesome! You’ll need a printable template, light cotton fabric, felt, fabric paint or markers, paint brush, scissors, water soluble marker, sewing machine, needle, thread, knitting needle or wood stick, pins and polyfill stuffing. Download, print and cut out templates. Cut a rectangle from fabric. Using your marker, trace the snake head onto one end, then keep tracing the body down your strip of fabric, leaving the last 6 inches or so for the tail. From there, simple make your body shape narrower and narrower until the lines meet and the tail is formed. Then cut out the back head piece from the template and trace it onto the same fabric. The rest of the tutorial is here.
Here are the best kids room design ideas that we were covering on Kidsomania during April 2015. If you’ve missed them than don’t hesitate to check them out.
|Serene And Stylish Sweet Pink Baby Girl Nursery|
|21 Trendy And Cute Heart Nursery Decor Ideas|
Here are the best DIY projects to make them for your kids or with them that we were covering on Kidsomania during April 2015. If you’ve missed them than don’t hesitate to check them out.
|Fun DIY Milk Carton Birdhouse Village|
|Lovely DIY Cardboard Polka Dot Tulips To Make|
We continue to share beautiful and stylish nurseries from around the world with you. So today we found an absolutely gentle and cute room and you’ll be totally inspired with these décor ideas. You’ll see a lot of white color (room isn’t so big, so this color is perfect for it) and Scandinavian décor elements, find a lamp in the shape of a star and a cute mobile. You need to review funny and adorable pictures on the walls of nursery and lovely teddy bear on the floor. Sometimes you don’t need too much money or decorations to make your kids’ room cozy and nice, sometimes you just need good décor ideas and a strong wish to create a beautiful place for your baby. And owners of this nursery proved it!
Planning a shared room for two kids shouldn’t be a challenge, it should be fun! At least that’s what it was for designers behind the brand Pebble Design, when creating this beautiful space for two girls, age of 5 and 8. They knew they had to figure out a concept that can be satisfying for both and decided on Stick Girls. They specified the room with stickers on the walls, which are also designed as snapshots from girls’ lives. The result you see yourself: a very light, cheerful and cute room that can serve for years. Take a closer look to all of the photos and maybe you’ll adore the concept so much, you’d love to recreate it!