Summer is the best season to enjoy and play outside. It brings lots of happiness with long summer break holidays and kids waste their time playing games on phone but Now we are here with amazing summer crafts ideas for kids, so kids this summer let’s be creative and innovative and make a different type of crafts to utilize your time in some productive way. Be ready with your craft material and enjoy making these joyful crafts with your friends.
Summer Crafts Ideas For Kids
Ever want to make a birdhouse? So this time make one for birds and make it most beautiful.
Birdhouses are fun, kids aged 7 to 12 can easily make this birdhouse. For making this you need some newspapers, cardboard, designing paper, glue, and scissors. Try to make it and provide shelters to innocent birds.
Use the waste bottle caps in making adorable bugs.
Want to use your wasteful bottle caps in something creative? Then just follow this craft idea because by just doing two or three steps you can Easily make bugs out of it. For making this all you need is waste bottle caps, googly eyes, a plastic printed sheet, and glue.
Make pretty butterfly craft!
Now make butterfly scenery with the help of clay, it is easy and joyful to make. For making this you have to take clay of different colors and make them in a butterfly shape then take light green color clay and shape them in grass form after that stick them on the sheet and make detailings for more attractiveness.
Diy: Backyard Flower Garland
Embellish your room decoration with this beautiful Backyard flower garland.
Backyard flower garland is an amazing and beautiful idea also it is very convenient to make. For making this you need to assemble some Cupcake liners, led small lights, and scissors. Try to make them and enjoy them to the fullest.
DIY Cupcake Paper Flower Pencils
Gift DIY cupcake paper flower pencils to your close ones.
Now make your handmade flowers and impress your friends with your creativity. For making this you don’t need many things, all you need is Cupcake paper, scissors, a push pin or straight pin, and glue. So today try something new and make this fun-loving craft.
Dream catcher craft
Make your dreams magical with this amazing dream catcher.
Make a dream catcher see beautiful dreams and also this attractive dream catcher perfectly suits your room decoration. All you need to make this is some different colors of yarn, cardboard to make them in ring form, pin to make a hole on cardboard, decorating ornaments for making dream catcher more pretty and that’s it!
Egg carton whale craft for kids
Don’t throw Egg cartons and use them to make amazing whale craft.
Whales are scary but our craft makes whale looks so adorable that you all love to make them. You can easily make them without facing any difficulty, for making them you need to gather things like Light blue paint, Paintbrush, Light Blue cardstock paper, Blue pipe cleaner, Googly eyes, Black marker, Tacky glue, Scissors, Craft knife.
Paper plate flower craft for kids
Make your easy-peasy flower!
This flower craft combines a useful skill with a pleasurable activity. The petals for these vividly colored flowers are made using scissor practice. Scissor practice improves fine motor skills, which are important for good pencil grip and handwriting.
Your kid will love these DIY fans when they need some air in hot summer.
Make a super cool fan to keep you cool during hot summer. Grab some popsicles and drill a hole in the end. Use 5 popsicles per fan that will fit your brads. Make a fan form and trace it. Make sure the bottom arch isn’t too far down into the sticks, or the bulky paper will make it difficult to close. Spread the sticks out on the back and glue them in place. They’re so adorable now… But if you want them to fold up, you’ll have to go stick by stick and make folds as you go.
Colorful Jellyfish Craft
Cut your tissue paper into square pieces to begin. If you want to make your jellyfish creation more vibrant, choose a few different colors. Turn your paper bowl upside down and cover the bottom and sides with school glue. Place the tissue paper squares all over your bowl, totally covering the bottom and sides. You may need to add a little more adhesive to any remaining tissue paper corners. Allow for thorough drying of your glue.
Have an adult with you. Make a small hole in the center of the paper bowl using your scissors. Push your white string through the hole, knot it at the end, and tape it inside the bowl. Remove the curly present bow’s adhesive backing and stick it to the interior of the bowl. You’ll want to place it such that it hangs down from the bowl’s center. Glue on googly eyes to complete your adorable and colorful jellyfish creation.
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Mini mason jar tea light candle holders
Create this beautiful Mini mason jar tea light candle holder.
These jars will match your summer vibes and embellish your room decoration. For making this only you need these things- Baby food jars, Decorative 12 gauge wire, Glitter Paint, Martha Stewart Crafts Cherry Blossom Trim Punch
Butterfly Dolly Craft
Butterflies and crafting together are just wow!!
Allow the youngster to paint watercolor doilies and lay them aside to dry. Cut a pipe cleaner in half and attach it to a clothespin for the antennas, then a craft gem to the clothespin for the butterfly’s face once it’s dry. Fold the doily in half and then again in half. The second fold was created just below the halfway point so that more of the doily’s edge could be seen. Once the glue is dry, attach the wings to the back of the clothespin, and the butterfly is ready to be hung or played with.
Paper Bag Mermaid Craft
If you have a mermaid fan in your house like me, this paper bag mermaid craft will make them very happy!
Remove about 2 inches of the white paper bag’s top. Use your peach paint to decorate the front of your paper bag. Allow for complete drying. Cut out two hearts for the seashell bra while your paper bag is drying. Alternatively, you might cut out a conventional seashell form. You’ll also need to cut several strips from your shiny green textured cardstock paper for hair and a mermaid tail.
Finish your mermaid by gluing all of the components, including the tail, hearts, googly eyes, and hair, to your paper bag. Then, on your paper bag mermaid craft, draw a smile.
Spring is on its way! It’s time to brighten up the insides with some springtime crafts, whether your yard is already blooming or you’re still waiting for the snow to melt. Yay!
Start with cutting a circle from yellow paper. To make five petals, cut little triangles around the circular. My petals were free-hand, but my girls preferred to sketch them out first before cutting. Cut wavy edges to add a little more detail to your flowers. Roll a pencil along each petal to curl them up a little more. For your background, use colorful paper and create or paste a stem for your daffodil.
Glue the petals to the backdrop paper as well. Now it’s time to concentrate on the daffodil’s fun 3-D center. Using yellow or orange construction paper, cut a rectangle. Our pieces were around 4 inches tall and 6 to 8 inches long. Slits should be cut along the longer length of your rectangle, leaving one end uncut. Roll the paper around the block, leaving the uncut end dangling. Apply a dab of adhesive to keep it in place. Apply a small amount of adhesive to the last section before folding it.
Apply a sufficient amount of glue to the bottom of the flower center and press it down in the middle of the petals with the block.
Pinecone pineapple craft
Decorate your fruit basket with amazing pinecone pineapple craft.
This pinecone pineapple craft is very easy to make and looks real when you place it on your fruit basket. Kids of age group 8 to 12 love making these types of crafts. This craft idea is good to try in the summer break and show your creativity to your art and craft teacher.
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Caterpillar pin craft
Beautify your simple clothespins into a beautiful caterpillar look.
Just by using a few props and following simple steps, you can turn your boring clothespins into caterpillar pins. For making this all you need is some pins, pom pom, googly eyes, and glue. Let’s make something new and innovative and enjoy it.
Paper Popsicle Craft
It’s the middle of summer, and it’s so sweet. When popsicles are regularly substituted for meals, ants swarm your counters, vying for a taste of the sticky melting honey. Let’s create some giant paper popsicles.
To make giant paper popsicles you will need colored paper, glue, scissor, and popsicle sticks. Just cut the paper in the shape of popsicles and decorate them. Now you will just need to paste these popsicle-shaped papers on popsicle sticks and your giant paper popsicle is ready.
Recycled Water Bottle Garden Art
With a few basic items, you and your children can repurpose unused water bottles into lovely yard art.
Refillable water bottles are almost used to drink water from, you occasionally find yourself with a leftover disposable one on your hand. Now turn your leftover bottles into a pretty yard with a few supplies like water bottles, colors, and scissors.
Reuse your flower pot on decoration work!
Make your old and outdated flower pot attractive by adding some flowers crafts to it. For making this you need some cardboard and yarn for flowers, a flower pot, and some grasses, glue, and scissors.
Swirl Twirl Ladybugs
Children will enjoy watching ladybugs twist and swirl or simply hanging them from their bedroom ceiling.
This adorable kid’s craft would make a great ladybug decoration for a birthday party, a BBQ, or simply to brighten up your child’s room or playroom. They’re a lot of fun to watch, and with so many various hues, they offer a beautiful splash of color to any setting or occasion!
Wooden Spoon Dragonfly Craft
Kids will be delighted to get outside and view all of their favorite insects in nature after making this simple wooden spoon dragonfly activity.
Begin by using your turquoise paint to paint the back of your wooden spoon. Allow it to air dry. Cut two long wings from your wax paper for your dragonfly craft while your paint is drying. Attach the googly eyes to the turquoise buttons with glue. Instead of buttons, pom-poms could be used. Glue your wax paper wings in a criss-cross pattern onto your spoon. Then glue your googly eyes and buttons to your dragonfly creation.
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