School holidays end, so this is the last post about craft for children this summer. Thank you for your response, both on the blog and on Facebook; I hope you have enjoyed as much as my daughter and I did 🙂 And though going back to school, there is still a time to enjoy creating, so on Deshilachado you will find every week an idea for the weekend.
Embroidering is fun and creative and not dangerous at all if using child-friendly materials: felt, blunt yarn needles… Joel, from Made by Joel, tells us about the experience with his daughter on a post that moved me just seeing such a happy and proud of her creation girl.
proposes us to make stamps with paper rolls. Thousand shapes can be created!
Matches, yarn, clean shells and the simple explanation of Hada de Papel. That’s the only thing that children need to make these butterflies.
Though this Crafted‘s tutorial is not meant for children, I think it’s a perfect activity for them. They have to wrap a cardboard roll with string to make a pencil pot and paint later a portion of the string.
A great idea from Màma Recicla, a mikado made with small sticks and wool.