Decorate for your next party with these beautiful ruffled ice cream cones. They are surprisingly easy to make and even […]
Styrofoam ball crafts
Styrofoam balls are fun to use in craft projects. You can paint them, push pipe cleaners into them, glue eyes and felt to them, turn them into robots, the list goes on. We have plenty of styrofoam ball crafts and ideas the kids will love!
It’s that lovable mad scientist assistant, Beaker! What Muppet fan doesn’t have a soft spot for this cute little guy?
Made from brightly colored paper plates, these cheery frogs are ready for a game of catch! A fun craft that […]
Turn a styrofoam ball and random sequins into a sparkly princess scepter that’s lots of fun! It’s the perfect accessory […]
Looking for a rainy day projects or perhaps in need of puppets for an impromptu play? These whimsical finger puppets […]
Make an adorable octopus using pipe cleaners and Styrofoam balls! A fun craft for the kids, great for a classroom […]
Great for Father’s Day or for that sporty kid in your life!
Use bubble wrap and cardboard to create these adorable crocodiles. This craft is so much fun and uses materials you […]
This Cardboard Tube Jellyfish couldn’t be cuter! It’s a great craft to teach your kids about recycling and lots of […]
Create darling mice using styrofoam balls and felt. They couldn’t be cuter!
Craft an easy garland chick that has lots of personality. This fun chick can sit on your Easter table or […]
Fuzzy baby chicks popping up just in time for Easter! Little fingers will have fun scrunching up paper and sticking […]
Who wouldn’t welcome these friendly bugs into their yard? Crafted on garden gloves, kids can slip them on and buzz […]
Kids of all ages can make a sweet candy topiary with little help from an adult. Perfect for party decorations.
Pique your child’s interest in science and planets with this easy preschool planet craft. Have fun and make the whole […]
Glow in the dark paint makes these planets out of this world! Great craft for science projects or for any […]
This adorable dog is made from a recycled tissue box, some cardboard tubes and scrapbook paper. You could use construction […]
Use styrofoam and paint and a few other supplies to make this super cute froggie.
This baseball picture frame is an easy gift idea kids can make for Father’s Day or to give to a […]
Repurpose a plastic water bottle to make a cute springtime chick. Dress up your Water Bottle Chick with buttons, bows, and […]
Use mismatched socks to create a rainbow of no-sew Sock Bunnies. Display them on your Easter table, or give them […]
Make this sweet and cuddly snowman from chenille yarn and Styrofoam balls. A Valentine’s Day sock becomes the snowman’s stocking cap!
This glittery starburst ornaments is easy enough for kids to make, and chic enough for adults to enjoy! The easy […]
This adorable ornament is made from fuzzy socks and a styrofoam ball. This sweet Christmas craft is fun for adults […]
Create a unique Christmas ornament with a styrofoam ball and matches. Adults should supervise children when using matches.
This Magazine Christmas Angel craft is made from two magazines. It’s a classic recycling project and makes a great centerpiece.
Build a glittering, no-melt snowman ornament for your Christmas tree, and decorate him with buttons and chenille stems. Make extras […]
Kids will go batty for these adorable styrofoam bats. You only need a few simple supplies: cardstock, paint, wood dowels […]
Be the hit of the classroom party, Scout troop, or other Halloween gathering with a cute and colorful Cupcake Bouquet. […]
Use super-soft minky fabric to create these cuddly, no-sew pumpkins. It’s easy to tuck the minky into the foam ball – […]