Ok do it’s a bit of a mouthful but this Frankenstein paper bowl craft is perfect for younger kids who want to get on with making something and don’t want to wait for paint to dry! There’s also a couple of sneaky benefits to making this Frankenstein craft this way too, plus of course it’s a lot of fun!
I must admit that I am more than a little bit in love with this sweet Halloween suncatcher craft! I’m always a fan of things that can be made from the contents of our recycling bin and just like our stained glass weather suncatchers these were easy to make and a great way to decorate for Halloween.
Autumn and Fall are all about pumpkins with harvest and Halloween on people’s minds so there’s no better time to think about making some pumpkin crafts for kids. There’s loads of great ideas in this round up to give you a bit of inspiration and help you and the kids to embrace this time of the year and to have fun getting creative!
Black glue is a funny medium to work with but it certainly makes a change from crayons or normal painting! This black glue autumn leaf craft uses black glue and paints to create an effect of the autumn colours mixing together and changing.
We are slightly obsessed with suncatchers in this house. I’ve shared our cute pumpkin suncatchers before but we’ve actually made loads more that *gasp* didn’t make it online just because I thought it might be overkill! I couldn’t help but share these sweet autumn leaf suncatchers though, both my kids loved making them and it was a great way to sit down and chat about the changing seasons with them.