Craft projects know no boundaries! At least at our house they don’t. Inspiration for craft projects comes from all rooms in the house, from the kitchen to the bathroom. Displaying a project you or your child made in every room of your home creates a creative environment and is always a great conversation starter. This week’s roundup features projects your children can make to keep every room in your home as crafty as possible.
Have some fruit that’s about ready to hit the compost bin? Turn it into paintbrushes! Making Home Base shows how to turn plain flour sack towels into colorful tea towels for the kitchen.
Get your home ready for the upcoming harvest season by creating a trio of fall-themed frames. Display them front and center by your front door to greet friends and family. This idea is from Homemade Ginger.
While Tonya Staab originally created these owl decorations with a Harry Potter party theme in mind, your children can also whip up these paper creatures for fall decorations all over your home.
These ice pop koozies by Average But Inspired don’t require any sewing, so have your kids help you make a big stack so you can enjoy these treats, mess-free, any time of year – both inside the house and out.