Here are some of our favourite Kids’ easy DIY projects.
Kids’ DIY projects create slime it’s fun!Slime is so appealing and fun, but some days you might be bored with school and looking for something fun to do after school. It’s really an easy peasy fun craft as well. Here are some of the best DIY slime recipes to make awesome slimy wonders. How do we make slime? Well, you need borax and glue, there are lots of options you can choose from, depending on how creative you want to get and what you might have on hand at home. There are so many DIY ideas on how to make slime Apparently, a contact solution that makes a great substitution for Borax. Who knew? Glittery, gooey homemade slime is the perfect craft project for teens and kids, but even adults will enjoy making these cool concoctions. Slime is a sticky, gooey, and fun activity that combines playtime with science exploration. So, we have here a list of the best science slime recipes we have handpicked from the internet to share with you. They are really easy, cool craft activities you can do with your kids whenever you are bored or whenever you are getting ready for a family playdate. Get out your borax, glitter and food colouring and get ready to make some slime! These DIY slime recipes are sure to make fun of your weekend crafting endeavours and are easy DIY projects. If you are looking for some summer projects to make with or without your parents, or perhaps you are a Mom looking for fun things to make with kids…these super slime recipes and tutorials are for you.
How to make Candle Slime
You can make slime out of candles? Yes, you can and it is so good! Candle Slime is an idea that my daughter told me about and loves and it is an easy type of slime that will impress your friends and you can add it to your collection, but be careful while making it so you don’t burn yourself. When you make this type of slime with an adult’s help, it’s safer.
What’s great about Candle Slime is the smell and texture. Use a scented candle that is coloured. Now my slime smells like Christmas! The texture is very smooth and fluffy, it reminds me of butter slime but even better. And because the candle already has colour, you don’t need to add food colouring.
This candle’s slime holds its texture for a few days you can store it in glass jars to keep fresh for longer.
Here is the easy DIY project recipe for Candle Slime
- 1 candle
- 1 container of glue 4 FL OZ you can even buy at your local dollar store
- 1 tsp of borax powder, dissolved inside 1 cup of warm water.
Information to make candle slime
- Add 1 tsp of borax to one cup of warm water and watch to and make sure it is well combined.
- Place your candle into a glass jar. You can have your parents or guardian microwave to melt it.Or I find for better results to put in a double broiler but keep in glass jars so it doesn’t mess up your parent’s pots!
- Once your candle has melted then put in your glue and stir it right away. Keep it on the burner until it is completely combined bit by bit with the melted candle wax.
- next your borax mixture into the rest of the candle mixture and mix with a spoon I usually use my small wooden spoon. Then the borax until you find the slime forms.
- Keep your slime in some jars at home in a cool room. You will love this unique, great, easy-to-make slime it’s even great for beginners.
Slimes are a great sensory activity for kids. There are many slime recipes out there. Here are some of my kid's favourite slime recipes.
Our Favorite Craft Easy DIY Projects
Are you in search of some DIY ideas? Here are some great easy DIY projects ideas that you can craft with your kids and use for decor around the house. Get in there and be creative. These fun and easy DIY projects will delight and entertain the kiddie crafters of all ages. Get crafting with DIY crafts and pom-poms. From slime to handmade jewelry to science projects painting, there’s a DIY for everyone.
Sensory activities play an important role in the cognitive development of children. Crafting can serve more of a purpose than simply nurturing your child’s creativity.
What are you doing to spend quality time together as a family? You will find some of our awesome craft ideas will keep you crafting together as a family all season long. Crafting is always a great way to have something that the whole family can enjoy and when the whole family is creating a unique easy DIY project that’s a good sign when even the beginners impress the adults!
Kids Wall Art for home decor
We use acrylic paint in most of our projects at home. I have found that it can be pretty inexpensive for parents when you can go pick it up at the dollar or craft store. There are so many color combinations that you can find these days.
A beautiful piece of art for a view gallery for some nice decor in your hallways or bedrooms. Your kids will love this colorful, creative, acrylic art project. It will brighten up any room. Here are easy-to-understand instructions.
Even easier at-home DIY ideas
While you’re outside this spring here are some ideas, take a field trip and find some grass, leaves. Watch for stems and flowers as well. And while you’re at it, see if you can find the ingredients for DIY natural paint. You can attach the leaves and stems and flowers together at the end of a clothespin and make paintbrushes. Make both crafts in one afternoon and have the pictures painted with what you have found and make your own wrapping paper—perfect to use year-round for birthday parties or the holidays like Christmas. You will love this great kids’ craft and it makes for more beautiful decor around your home, especially under the tree at Christmas time.
Instructions for homemade stickers
Kid-designed stickers are DIY projects for kids.
To make your own stickers at home, choose images from something from a magazine or print something off of the internet or take a picture of your BFFs just watch their eyes light up when they receive one of these great stickers.
Information on how-to here
- Put packing tape on parchment paper
- then put your cutout on top of the parchment paper tape
- then put another layer of packing tape on top then cut out making sure you still have tape around the outside of the sticker.
Here we will show you how to make your own stickers at home. Now, this is some great decor for a Birthday gift or inside a greeting card.
Bring your digital adventures to life with real-world craft projects inspired by the world of Minecraft® and other pixelated games. Kids and families can use this imaginative book to create instantly recognizable toys, jewelry, wearables, and accessories, based on one of the most popular video games of all time. The blocky pixelated graphics of video games are perfect for so many different kinds of crafts. This book helps children to expand their imaginations and develop their creativity as they acquire creative hobbies that will last a lifetime. Choly Knight shows how to make quick and easy versions of popular characters and game elements, using only a few basic craft supplies. Inside this book she offers 15 fun step-by-step projects for perler beads, duct tape, paper crafting, painting, sewing, and crocheting.
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