DIY Kids’ Craft Party

DIY Kids’ Craft Party

Put a new spin on your child’s party with a craft space that entertains all ages.


It can be difficult finding activities for your kids’ parties. Sure, a piñata might suffice once or twice, but it only takes a good whack before you’re on to the next thing. So, the next time you find yourself planning a party without any ideas, why not make up a station for some kid-friendly crafts at special stations? These ideas will let your kids explore the wonderful world of crafting. Not only will they get to have some hands-on fun but cleanup is also a breeze!

Activities
Organize two or three fun activities to get the kids’ creative juices flowing. Start with a simple idea for introducing them to the idea. And then propose a more complex idea, which will keep them busy and entertained for a long time.

Place buckets of water and soap next to the table, so that the children can wash their hands. Do not forget the towels.

Custom Hairclips
These unique crafts will let children explore their creativity while also adding a special item to their wardrobe.

You’ll Need:

  • Hair clips
  • Colorful ribbons
  • Glitter glue
  • Scissors
  • Glue
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Decide how you will decorate the clips and put everything you need in front of you. Glue the ribbons onto the clips, decorate the clips with glitter glue and let them dry.

Windmill
For the boys, try making this pinwheel.

You’ll Need:

  • Thick Paper
  • Ruler
  • Pencil and eraser
  • Scissors
  • Pins
  • Glue
  • Dowel
  • Cubic Zirconia (an inexpensive craft “gem” that looks like a diamond)

Instructions
1. Cut paper the in the shape of a square.
2. Place the paper on a flat surface and draw a line in pencil between two opposite corners. Repeat for the remaining two corners.
3. Cut along the lines from each corner up to about 1-inch from the center.
4. Fold the four corners into the center and attach the ends with the help of the pin and dowel.
5. Hide the pin by gluing cubic zirconia or gem-like stone on it.

Tip: Add color effects and graphics by painting the sheet or use shape effects, cutting it into flames for a hot-rod decal style pinwheel, for example.

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