Crafting with paper is an inexpensive way to let creative hands and minds flourish. And it’s a craft supply that almost always all of us tend to have on hand, as it doesn’t take a lot of room to store. What kind of papers do your children love to craft with? Busy patterned paper or sheets of origami paper? From scraps to big sheets, a fresh piece of paper and paint, markers or crayons is sometimes all kids need for hours or content crafting. This week’s roundup features projects that have one thing in common – it’s all about paper!
Celebrate the fall season – as well as a moment in your child’s life – with their handprints. This simple project from Crafty Morning would look great framed; don’t forget to put the date on the back!
You can never have enough strands of garland! This project by Design Mom works for young crafters confident with a sewing machine or a parent-and-child project with your young assistant punching out shapes and you sewing them all together.
If your child loves to spend hours drawing and doodling, have them try their hands at making cheerful cute Japanese-inspired illustrations. This tutorial is from The First Lime.
Have fun crafting while you organize! These free printables from Lil’ Luna are fun to make and useful to keep small closets neat and tidy.