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Easy DIYs That Your Kids Will Go Nuts Over

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image source: babble

Around here, we love to craft! We are obsessed with it, it’s literally part of our job … we know, we’re lucky! Here is a list of some of our favorite (and easy) DIYs that we hope you’ll make too!

1. Caterpillar Clips

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image source: robin clement

This craft is so simple the kids can do it all on their own. All they need are clothespins, pom poms, googly eyes, and glue. These fun caterpillars would make adorable decor or snack clips.

2. Eggshell Garden

Image Source: Robin Clement
Image Source: Robin Clement

Don’t throw eggshells away! Instead, make these cute planters. Crack the tops with the end of a butter knife, remove the yolks (reserving them for a yummy breakfast), place dirt inside, then plant mini succulents.

3. Tsum Tsum Mickey Ears

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Image Source: Robin Clement

Get crafty with these one-of-a-kind Mickey ears. You’ll be the coolest person at the Disney Parks. (via Babble)

4.  Detangling Doll Hair

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Image Source: Robin Clement

Surprise, surprise. Your kid gets a brand new doll and it’s a mess in less than 10 minutes. Use our simple doll detangling hack to create a fabulous hair day. (via Babble)

5. Sulley Wreath

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This wreath sure would be a surprise for the little monster in your life. All you need is tulle, foam, paint, scissors, and glue! (via Babble)

6.  Copper Pipe Planter

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image source: robin clement

Next time you’re at a hardware store pick up a copper pipe cap, but not for your pipes! Use it as a mini planter.

7. Mommy and Me Mickey Ears

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image source: lily glass

Dip-dye some Mickey ears and be the most fashionable mother-daughter duo. (via Babble)

8. Cheese Stick Snowmen

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Image Source: Mercedes Santana

Dress up a cheese stick for a little added fun on those frosty days.

9. Holiday Mason Jars

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Image Source: Mercedes Santana

Santa and Rudolph mason jars make a great hostess or teacher appreciation gift.

10. Toddler Art Pinwheels

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Image Source: Robin Clement

Kids make a lot — A LOT — of art. Repurpose the pieces into fun pinwheels! Simply cut the artwork into a 6-inch square. Then, draw 2-inch diagonal lines from each corner, toward the center of the paper; cut lines. Fold every other corner point towards the middle, taping down each time. With a pushpin, poke a hole through the center, fastening all folded points, and put into the eraser of a pencil or short dowel rod.

11. Tsum Tsum Shadow Box

Tsum Tsum Shadowbox - Disney
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Stack your kid’s favorite Tsum Tsums into a large shadow box, and you have their cutest bedroom decor.

Article Posted 12 months Ago

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