Use ink to capture the beauty of a bat flyout. Bats are such interesting and helpful creatures.
Statue of Liberty at Sunset Painting
See just how easy it is to paint the Statue of Liberty at sunset. This patriotic craft is great for […]
Kids Crafts for Special Days in June
June is right around the corner… which means lots of special crafting opportunities for kids AND time off from school […]
Egg Carton Very Hungry Caterpillar
Turn an egg carton into Eric Carle’s beloved Very Hungry Caterpillar! This easy craft uses plastic wrap for a unique […]
Cat Painted Rock
Paint a quintet of cats on a rock. Half the fun is deciding on their personalities!
Hot Air Balloon Scene
Try stamping and coloring over acrylic paint to make a pretty hot air balloon scene. It’s a fun way to […]
Standing Felt American Goldfinch
This adorable felt goldfinch stands on its own! This no-sew project is great for fans of backyard birds, as well […]
Learn how easy it is to paint a bouquet of roses. Try crayons and watercolors with younger children, and encourage […]
California Wood Slice Ornament
Wood burning can be safe and easy! Try this wood slice ornament project and see. You can feature California, or […]
Kids Crafts for Special Days in May
Crafting in May May is here… which means tons of special crafting opportunities for kids! Whether you’re looking for ideas […]
Pirate Treasure Chest
This pirate treasure chest is made from recycled items and decorated with printables. Fill it with all sorts of goodies […]
Monarch Caterpillar Craft
Don’t just do a butterfly craft- make the caterpillar form too! This easy monarch caterpillar project helps kids learn about […]
Freeze candies into homemade lemonade popsicles for a treat that kids (and adults!) will love! Try a variety of candies. […]
Mother’s Day Crafts and Recipes
Nothing warms a mother’s heart like a homemade gift on Mother’s Day. Here at Fun Family Crafts, you’ll find over 350 […]
A Tin of Money Gift
Anyone would love to receive this fun tin of money! It makes a wonderful gift for birthdays, graduations, and other […]
Paper Plate Mouse
Turn a paper plate and colorful paper into a cute mouse. This easy craft is a great accompaniment to ‘If […]
Shark Name Art
Use your name to create some awesome shark art! These are great to make in a group setting. Because everyone […]
Paper Plate Nest of Birds
This cute nest of baby birds started with a paper plate and some cotton balls. It is perfect for springtime, […]
Hatching Chick Card
This cute card features a hatching chick – perfect for Easter or a birthday! It’s easy to make and your […]
Washington Monument Cherry Blossoms Craft
Washington DC is famous for its beautiful cherry blossoms. Make this patriotic springtime craft that features the blossoms and the […]
Easter Egg Doodles
Easter eggs look gorgeous covered in doodles! You can doodle on construction paper or do your doodling on real eggs.
Whimsical Painted Dragonflies
Create whimsical dragonflies using acrylic paint, colored pencils, and a paint pen. Follow the simple steps, or use your own […]
California State Symbols Printable Memory Game
Learn all about California’s state symbols with this printable memory game. Just print, cut, and play!
Woven Easter Basket
Weaving is a very simple skill that can be made much more complicated by using thinner strips, alternating patterns, multiple […]
Kids Crafts for Special Days in April
Crafting in April April is a wonderful month for crafting. Whether you’re looking for April Fool’s Day ideas, Earth Day […]
Bubble Wrap Rain Boots Craft
This craft starts with a fun bubble wrap sensory experience kids will love. Add some simple shapes to create […]
Baseball Glove Cupcakes
Any baseball fan would love these amazing cupcakes! They’re easy to make and perfect for a sports-themed party, a team […]
Paper Seder Plate
Use a paper plate to make a simple craft about the traditional foods of Passover. It’s an easy way to […]
April Fool’s Day “Egg” Breakfast
The kids will love this delicious egg breakfast… except it’s not an egg! They’ll enjoy this healthy and harmless breakfast […]
Ten Plagues on Plates for Passover
Use paper plates to retell the story of the Ten Plagues. This is a wonderful activity to do for the […]
Construction Paper Sandwich
This construction paper sandwich looks (almost) good enough to eat! Learn the tricks to add dimension and realism to the […]
Egg Carton Whale
Make a darling egg carton whale with just a few simple supplies. It’s so easy to do!
California Pride Necklace
Show off your California pride with this easy homemade necklace. Not from California? Switch it out for your state or […]
Footprint art is so much fun and a great way to preserve the size of your child’s foot. Make this […]
Paper Taco Craft
Celebrate Taco Tuesday with this realistic taco craft. Follow it up with the real thing for a fun time together.
Nutter Butter Cleats
Turn cookies and candy into delicious mini cleats! These treats are great fun for a sports-themed party, celebration or event.
Recycled Calendar Shamrock
Don’t throw away last year’s calendar just yet! Use it to make a cool shamrock decoration for St. Patrick’s Day.
Northern Lights Painting
Teach kids all about the captivating dancing waves of light known as the aurora borealis. Then try painting your own […]
Kids Crafts for Special Days in March
Crafting in March March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb, but regardless of the weather, there […]
Letter D Dinosaur
Turn a capital D into a cute dinosaur that kids will love to make. Perfect for “D” Week or a […]
Paint a page of bright strawberries. If you’ve never tried gouache, there’s no better time to check it out.
Fingerprint Noah’s Ark
Create a construction paper ark and decorate it with tons of fingerprint animals… in pairs, of course! Such a fun […]
How to Draw Kawaii Vegetables
Learn how to draw kawaii vegetables that are completely adorable. See if you can think of other veggies to add!
Mardi Gras Name Art
Celebrate Mardi Gras with a name art project. You can make yours as simple or as detailed as you want.
Finger Painting Pineapple
Finger painting isn’t just for toddlers! Older kids will enjoy the challenge of painting a pineapple using nothing but their […]
Styrofoam Ball Crafts for Kids
Styrofoam balls are a crafting staple because there is so much you can do with them! We’ve gathered over 70 […]
Amazing Grace Coloring Page, Inspired by Stained Glass
Celebrate 250 years of the world’s favorite hymn, Amazing Grace, with this coloring page. Color it to look like stained […]
Conversation Heart Valentine Card Holder
These heart-shaped card holders are a great Valentine’s Day project for a family or classroom. Craft foam is a fun […]
Dimensional Beaver Card
This beaver card couldn’t be cuter! It folds up to go in an envelope, then stands on its own for […]
Mardi Gras Mini Float
Use your creativity to turn a miniature cereal box into a float inspired by Mardi Gras. It makes a fun […]
Love You To Pieces Suncatcher Card
Make a cute love card for mom, grandma, or that special valentine. It’s fun and easy enough for a preschooler […]
This cute craft takes just a minute or two to make. Use raw or hardboiled eggs, dyed or plain.
Painting William Morris Tiles
Learn how to paint a flower design by British textile designer William Morris. His images were featured on tapestries and […]
Create an adorable sheep mask for pretend play or as part of a costume. It’s very easy and perfect for […]
With This Hand
Celebrate all the things you do with your hand with this project that combines art with writing (both things you […]
Patterned Thank You Cards
Sending thank-you cards is important. Making them yourself is fun!
Football Mason Jars
Hosting a Super Bowl get-together or a sports-themed party? Serve the drinks in these clever football mason jars.
Conversation Hearts Ninjas Valentines
Turn boxes of conversation heart into ninjas. They make fun and unique valentines to give to friends.
Dotted Leopard Frog
Make a dotted leopard frog in a few basic steps. Once you know the technique, you can apply it to […]
Cat in the Hat Craft
Turn a paper plate and construction paper into an adorable Cat in the Hat. It’s a great way for young […]
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