The daffodils and snowdrops are out and we’ve started to get some new lambs around here too so I figured it’s the perfect time to share some cute and easy sheep crafts for kids. They’re the perfect way to help kids celebrate the change in season or for kids that are learning about farm animals.
How cute is this doily rabbit craft?! It’s super simple to make and as doilys are really cheap it’s a really inexpensive craft for keeping the kids busy too – perfect for spring or of course this would make a perfect Easter craft for kids.
I’m not someone who asks for a lot for Mothers Day but a lie in and something handmade would always pretty close to the top of my list! I think handmade gifts are a lot nicer than shop bought ones and I know that most kids prefer getting creative to being dragged around a shop as well. Today I’m sharing some Mothers Day crafts for toddlers that will make fantastic gifts and keepsakes as well as Mothers Day cards that toddlers can make, perfect for ensuring a gorgeous handmade day full of lovely presents that will really mean something!
Not going to lie, I am more than a little bit in love with this super sweet doily vase flower craft, it’s super cute right? (Although is it a vase or a bouquet? Either works for me!) It includes doilys which are my new favourite super cheap material and it’s perfect for spring or Mothers Day. And it’s pretty – did I mention that? Ok, let’s get on with how to make this easy flower craft.
I think these dog crafts for kids are almost too cute? I’m very much a dog person rather than a cat person (is it controversial to say that?!) so dog activities for kids always appeal. Of course with it about to become the Chinese Year of The Dog these would make some great Chinese New Year crafts for kids but they’re good fun too for kids that are learning about pets or just as some inspiration for animal crafts.