10 Fun + Functional Back To School CraftsLiz Stanley
Back to school shopping can get expensive and is not usually very creative. Well, here is your solution! Get your craft on with these fun and functional back to school tutorials. Give your kiddo’s old shoes a make over, make some unique and fashionable tees, or make a little something to celebrate school being in session. There is a craft for everyone, so check them out!
Crayon Art 1 of 10Make this awesome and unique piece of art by melting your kiddo's crayons.
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Personalize Their Lockers 2 of 10For the older kids, it's all about representing who they are. Make them some personalized locker accessories. They'll love them!
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Update Old Shoes 3 of 10I am definitely doing this! Why buy new shoes when you can update some old ones?
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Striped Notebook 4 of 10Make their plain notebooks a little more stylish. How about stripes?
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Accessories 5 of 10The little ladies will no doubt be wanting some accessories for the new school year. Make some!
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To Celebrate 6 of 10Have a little celebration with a few fellow moms who might be rejoicing about the school season.
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Lunch Bag 7 of 10A home made lunch bag! Make it their favorite color, embroider their initials, the possibilities are endless!
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Chalkboard Lunch Box Lid 8 of 10Such a sweet idea! Make the inside of their lunch tin a chalkboard for daily love notes.
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Book Covers 9 of 10I don't know a single student who doesn't doodle. Make these paper covers and let them go to work!
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Unique Shirts 10 of 10I love making unique freezer paper shirts. Kids love them and they are so affordable!
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