One of the best ways to connect with your kiddos is to be creative with them and find your inner child when painting and drawing. I have always enjoyed sitting down with my children and students and doodling with them. I love finding ways to connect with children and art does just that! OOLY has such a variety of products and it has been fun to get creative with them! No matter what age you are, finding a way to express your creativity has so many benefits! While there are many benefits of drawing and painting, the ones that impacted me the most are that it made me happier and it reduced stress. Continue reading on to see how my husband and I have created more sophisticated pieces using our children’s art supplies.
Noodle Crafts for kids are easy and fun. Dry pasta, paint, paper & (glitter) paste; becomes a novel way to make art! Using noodles & art supplies that are usually readily available you can create easy afternoon art projects that kids will love. They make great handmade gifts too!
Are you ready to celebrate the summer season? We are too! That is why, we are going to show you how to make not one but two, easy paper crafts for kids that are both colorful and fun to make. First, let’s start with a DIY pinwheel, made from your favorite OOLY supplies.
Students of all ages could use a boost of fun going back to classes. Whether you are at home, in a classroom or a dorm room a bit of encouraging diy school decor goes a long way. That sense of belonging that encompasses learning, independence and self-expression is invaluable. It is the perfect opportunity to sport school colors, mascots and trends. These two diy school décor ideas are simple and adaptable which makes them perfect for crafters of all ages and levels.
Calling all unicorn lovers! Create your own magical unicorn with sparkles, rainbow colors and your favorite craft supplies from OOLY. This sparkly DIY unicorn craft is a great activity to keep little (or big) hands busy and get their creative juices flowing. It also is eco-friendly! I used the cardboard from recycled cereal boxes to make this unicorn.