We sure do a lot of crafts around our house. My kids are always digging through our supplies to create and make things. If you have crafty kids you know that buying craft supplies can get really expensive. I also hate all the waste I find when they are doing so many crafts. Fortunately, there are so Read More
Inexpensive Preschool Crafts with Household Items
We've found tons of creative projects your little ones can enjoy that won't break the bank! From making Q-tip flowers and coffee filter minifigure parachutes to a button snail or cotton ball art, your kids can have hours of fun with inexpensive household items that you probably already have on hand. Plus, these projects are great ways to upcycle toilet paper rolls, old buttons, and more!
My little ones are constantly wanting to create things and do lots of crafts. Craft supplies can get expensive, but they don't have to be! There are so many crafts that you can make that use inexpensive materials that you already have in your own home. This week I will be sharing crafts that can Read More
If you are already a crafter, you probably have lots of extra buttons laying around. I love the look of colorful buttons and I have a nice collection of vintage buttons that I have picked up at yard sales and estate sales. There are so many fun things you can do with buttons and they look so pretty Read More
If you are anything like my family, you will have tons of toilet paper rolls that you can save for crafts. I actually have an entire tub of paper towel and toilet paper tubes set aside for a craft day! Let's look at some of the great preschool crafts you can make using toilet paper Read More
I am always picking up extra coffee filters at the dollar store because my kids LOVE making crafts with them. I have to admit, they are some of my favorite crafts because they turn out so pretty. Even my older girls enjoy making these! Preschoolers love doing crafts, but sometimes doing Read More