2 Best Art And Craft Ideas For Teens And Tweens

Introduction:

 I have gathered some art and craft ideas for your kids. All these art and craft ideas are simple and budget-friendly. 

Idea # 1: ( Yarn craft )

Letter wrapped with yarn:

Supplies:

  • Cardboard sheet
  • Scissors
  • Colorful yarn
  • Masking tape
  • Plate ( It is optional. You will use a plate to stick the tape on it to help your kids )
  • Pom Pom

Steps:

  • Draw the first letter of your kid’s name on cardboard and cut it using scissors.
  • Take a yarn, cut a strip ( A long strip ), and tape it with masking or washi tape on the back.
  • Then, wrap and wrap the yarn. After you finish, tape the end with masking or washi tape to the back.
  • Keep doing the same steps until the letter is attached to the yarn.
Idea # 2: ( Paper bag )

Paper bag stars:

Supplies:

  • Paper bags ( 7 – 12 )
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Hole punch
  • A string

Steps:

  • Start with the flat side of your paper bag. Facing upside and should open from the top. Apply glue in an upside-down ” T ” shape.
  • Put another paper bag on the top. Covering upside and should also open from the top.
  • Press it to make sure the glue is stuck. Repeat the process until all your paper bags are stuck with each other.
  • Let the glue dry.
  • Cut the top end of your glued bags into a point. ( Cut all the bags at once ).
  • The bags you are using should be open to confirm that the ends are attached, and if you want So, you can include additional bags.
  • Cutting small triangles or other shapes into the sides of bags can be formed to create unique designs if desired.
  • Once you have cut the bag as you want, apply more glue to one side. Then, open the bags and hold the sides together for a minute to allow the glue to dry.
  • Create a hole in the bag, pass the string through it, and make a tight knot.
I hope you like these two ideas!!

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