Girls will delight in designing their own Pretty As a Princess Miniature Purses. These quick to make purses are customizable and can be used as a decoration for your daughter’s room, as a lunchbox surprise, or even as a birthday party favor.
Craft a fun set of pom-poms and megaphone in the Dressed to Cheer Dress Up Craft. Make your own craft from colored cardstock, cardboard, tissue paper or ribbon, and a stapler. Once complete, pretend to be a cheerleader or bring them along to the next parade or football game.
Your little knight in shining armor will love making his own sword. Perfect to help them save a fair maiden! Just follow our really simple instructions to make this real looking (but safe) sword craft.
Howdy, Cowboy! Get ready to chase some robbers while wearing the Wild West Cowboy Vest! Crafted from a large grocery bag, scissors, and markers, this simple-to-make craft is appropriate for children of all ages. Once complete, grab a pair of cowboy boots and a cowboy hat and go searching for robbers!
Dress up like a pilgrim with this hat. What was it like to be a pilgrim? Making this paper Thanksgiving pilgrim hat will get kids into the holiday spirit and allow them to pretend to be a pilgrim.
Try out crazy hair colors, different lengths of hair, and even some wacky mustaches after creating the Beauty Salon Hair and Mustache Fun Craft. This fun craft uses paper plates, colored cardstock, yarn, bamboo skewers, markers, scissors, and glue. Once complete, set up shop and offer to do someone’s hair!
Make binoculars out of a couple paper rolls and some basic craft supplies. Kids will love using this as a prop when playing as well. This makes a great dress up craft or adventure craft!
Program your youngster to do his or her chores after completing the Robot Dress Up Craft! Make your own robot outfit from a paper bag, crayons or markers, colored cardstock, scissors, and glue. Once complete, children will have a blast speaking and moving like robots!
Use your child’s handprint to make a Moose Dress Up Headband. Craft your own set of antlers from brown cardstock, a large grocery bag, stapler, glue, and markers. This simple and easy craft is perfect for very young children, story time, or even a nature program!
Brighten up your dress up trunk with the Flower Power Dress Up Mask. Make your own mask from a paper plate, crayons, elastic string, and colored cardstock. Once complete, put on your mask and dress in all green to become a beautiful flower!
Craft a simple paper bonnet from cardstock, ribbon, scissors, a ruler, and markers in the Beautiful Bonnet Dress Up Craft. Then, pretend to be a maiden or peasant in the olden days. A perfect craft for children of all ages, especially during Thanksgiving when children are learning about the Pilgrims!
Youngsters will love pretending to be Picasso or Monet with the Artist’s Palette Dress Up Craft. Made from cardboard, scissors, and paint, this fun palette is the perfect addition to any dress up trunk. Once complete, children can add the fun ideas suggested to their costume and host their own art show!
This pasta necklace is a great wearable craft for Thanksgiving. Dye your own pasta Thanksgiving colors and then thread the noodles onto a necklace. Kids will love this great Thanksgiving craft made with a fun new material. We’ve included a few tips so that even a young preschooler can make this fun craft.
Bring out your child’s creative side with this customizable mask. Children can create a mask fit for royalty, a bandit, or for some other imaginative creature. Make believe has never been so fun!
Provide hours of make-believe fun for your young one. Allow children of all ages to craft a princess, wizard, and adventurer hat from simple, household materials. Afterwards, children will love donning these hats and becoming a young adventurer, wizard, and princess!
Hair wraps are the latest trend this summer. They keep you cool, keep the hair out of your face, and can be matched to any outfit. This craft is perfect for the beginning seamstress, allowing for practice threading a needle and creating a line of straight stitches.