Cardboard letters covered in yarn
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Cardboard letters covered in yarn

Cardboard letters can be used for a variety of crafts and decorating ideas. They can be displayed as an alphabet, used to spell out a name, or put a saying on a wall. I am inspired by the book Raising a Creative Kid to start a weekly series of very simple crafts (Classic Kids Crafts) that we can do with our kids.

Turn an old fruit box into a filing box with this Cardboard Desktop Hanging File. Crafts from recycled materials are always a great ideas when you're looking to save.

cardboard letters covered in yarn

Cardboard letters covered in yarn

If you're looking for easy kids crafts, look no further than this Adorable Cardboard Tube Giraffe. Recycle your cardboard tubes from your toilet paper and Scott. You need a tube of any size made from VERY thick, strong cardboard or soft plastic. An ordinary toilet roll is too thin and won’t work. Apart from that you just. This was a super easy and fun project to create decorative yarn letters. I think I am going to put them on the head table right in front of me and fiance. Step one.

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Box Crafts for Kids: Ideas for Arts & Crafts Activities using shoe, check boxes, oatmeal, and pizza boxes Projects for Children, Teens, and Preschoolers 18 ways to make decorative letters that are easy and creative. Use burlap, wine corks, crochet, cardboard, paper, moss, washi tape, sticks, fabric, paint & Yarn y. Y is always tricky but this craft does double duty not only reinforcing the letter y, but also as a active fine motor skills lacing toy!

  • Thanks for all your sweet comments on my Valentine’s Day Mantel! I’m back today to share my tutorial for the LOVE yarn letters I created. I had never tried.

Hands On As We Grow. Hands on kids activities for hands on moms. Focusing on kids activities perfect for toddlers and preschoolers. Quick note: If you would like the instant download of this chunky wool blanket pattern, click here or on the photo below. You will receive the free pattern directly.


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