Emoji Crafts for Kids

Coasters, hair clips and more emoji crafts to make at home with your kids this week.

Emojis aren’t new to our everyday conversations, but there are more options than ever! From your classic smile to devilish grins, emojis help us add some silliness into our days. They can even try and sum up what we’re saying with just one icon, too. Brands like Chevy have used emojis for advertising campaigns and even the MTV Video Music Awards have put the images to work. No matter how you use them, chances are you’ve already used one today. For the emoji lovers in your house, this week’s roundup is dedicated to all-things emoji.

Emoji Perler Bead Coasters

No need to translate this post from The Craft Swedes – it’s very easy to understand! A basic Perler Bead form and colorful beads are what you’ll need to make these emoji coasters.

DIY Emoticon Hair Clips

Give your hair the emoji treatment with this project from eHow. Small pieces of felt are added to simple barrettes to create these charming accessories.

Emoji Mason Jars

Put those emojis to work organizing your child’s craft supplies! Our Messy Table upcycles empty mason jars into cheery desk accessories.

Mini Emoji Pinatas

These DIY pinatas from I Spy DIY are so cute you may not want to break them. But if there’s good candy inside, no emoji pinata is safe!


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