Feather crafts are trending! We’ve shared 5 of our favorite craft activities: quill feathers, dreamcatchers, watercolor, ornaments, plus DIY designs for your journal or canvas.
White Quill Feathers
We have these white feathers in two sizes, small duck quill feathers and the longer quill feathers. We colored them with Crayola markers, then brushed them with water to blend the color onto the feathers. Let it dry, then you can add some details with fine point markers. You can also add sticky gems. You can also make gold dipped feathers and use them to create a DIY dream catcher mobile like the one above from Honest to Nod. Continue reading →
In this tutorial, we share how to use our Kraft Artist Trading Cards to make Party Animals! This is a super creative way to turn chipboard into a fun and entertaining work of art. You can choose to use your own pet, or any favorite animal you have.
Party Animal Tutorial
Below is the step by step tutorial on how to make a Party Animal. We used a rabbit as an example, perfect for Easter coming up in April! You can personalize this craft any way you’d like.
As we head into 2018, we thought we could share with you our top craft blog posts from 2017 to ignite your creativity moving into the new year. From holiday DIY round ups to fun t-shirt making activities, we’re sure you will want to add at least one of these to your crafting list in 2018!
Here are the Top 10 Most Popular DIY Craft Blog Posts of 2017!
Kids can make a doily santa decoration using a few simple craft materials! Use this as a fun group craft project or a one-on-one activity. To make this craft even easier, we have created a Free Printable Downloadwith each shape. Place the color construction paper you need behind each shape and cut along the lines.
Recommended Ages: 4-7
1. Cut our your pieces
Cut a circle out of oak tag paper for the face.
Cut 3 small circles, for the nose and 2 rosy cheeks using red and pink construction paper.
Cut 2 wavy shapes out of white construction paper for the mustache.
Cut a hat out of red construction paper.
Tip: Pre-cut the pieces for young kids and lay them out in piles on a table for easy access.
2. Glue the pieces
Glue two wiggly eyes, nose, cheeks, and mustache to the face (large circle)
Glue the face to the center of the doily
Glue the hat to the back of the doily (this should overlap)
Glue the cotton ball to the end of the hat
3. Get creative!
Kids can add eyebrows, draw silly eyes instead of using wiggly eyes, add more cotton balls for a beard, glitter or gems to the hat, and any other fun craft materials they’d like.
Now you can hang Santa up!
Add a magnet to the back to hang it on the refrigerator
Hole punch the top of the hat to hang it from a string for a cute decoration
Glue Santa to a piece of paper for a background, then write Merry Christmas or use foam letters to spell it out!
Have kids write a letter to Santa after the craft activity to add to the holiday fun!