20 Best Craft Kits for Kids in 2020
Sometimes children just need a blank sheet of paper and some art materials to get their creativity flowing. In other cases, they need some inspiration to get started. When you need your next masterpiece in the fridge, it’s time to bring out some cool craft kits for kids – one of our favorites Children’s activities to keep them busy for hours.
These children’s art kits may come in a box, but they don’t suppress their artistic intuitions – it’s not about coloring within the lines. Boys and girls, toddlers and teenagers can find something that stimulates their imaginations. The kits give them the materials to get started, but the rest is up to the artists themselves: some give you 2D work to hang (or even frame) while others help you do something that is meant to decorate their rooms, because kids love to personalize their own spaces. Get ready to break out and create markers, glue, string, stickers, tissue paper, stamps and even stones. (And, parents, we’re feeling your problems, so we tried to find kits that weren’t too messy.) When everything is done, you can have your own day in the open studio at home and have an art show of new ones , incredible works.
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Mess-Free Baby Shark Coloring Pages
Draw your own comic book
The pages of this book are blank comic boards so artists can develop their own superheroes and tell their own stories. There are also departmental divisions if several legends are to be started at the same time.
Glitter Dots keychain
There is something soothing about using Crayola’s glitter dots – they are rolled up as glittering balls and you can spread them on your artwork wherever you want. (Bonus for parents: no mess! The glitter is self-contained in its own adhesive sphere.) With this glitter dot set children can apply the dots on three different adorable key chains.
Adorable Nature Scratch Art Kit
Paint and decorate wooden vehicles
This kit is part of the craft and part of the art project as children have to assemble the wooden train and monster truck before they can paint them. And if the kids really like to paint on wood, there are DIY butterfly magnets, also.
You don’t have to dye or glue these mosaics – instead, everything is done with peel-and-stick stickers. The stickers are even small pictures, so that the mosaic cereal bowl, for example, really looks like there are cereal pieces in it.
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Rock painting kit
You go for a nature walk and collect a few treasures – what then? This kit helps children transform interesting stones into ladybugs, butterflies, bees and other fun shapes. And if you can’t find good specimens near you, you can use nine stones.
My tissue art
Tiny artists will be impressed by their own skills after tackling these art projects. You don’t even have to master a glue stick – the cardboard shapes are already sticky, and children just have to clench the tissue paper and put it in the right sections. This one set does six crafts.
String art pictures
It’s like connecting the dots, just using acrylic yarn instead of pencil. After lacing up the animal shapes, kids can add foam stickers and glitter to complete their creatures.
What child doesn’t want this dino to look down on them from a shelf? This kit comes with the T-Rex and all of the colors, glitter, pipe cleaners, and sequins needed to make it unique.
Paper mache unicorn
Or if your kids don’t like dinosaurs, there is also a unicorn set that gives a portion of enchantment to every bedroom. (You can also paint a wooden unicorn instead of paper mache.)
Crayola Sprinkle Art Shaker
Named one of Good housekeeping‘s Hot toy from 2019With this Crayola set, children can make art with glitter and sparkle – without making a mess. The loose glitter is collected in tubes so that it can be used again.
Emoji window art
Children can create a work of art that also serves as room decoration. The set includes markers and an explanation of the color by number if you need a little guide on how to do the emojis just right.
Stamp-a-Scene Farm stamp set
With this 20-piece stamp set, which comes with your own ink, it’s easy to keep a day on the farm. It also comes with five crayons so kids can add any other details they need.
Stained glass made easy
Pssst – it’s actually not stained glass, just translucent stickers! However, if you hang it in a window (the suction cup is included) you won’t be able to tell the difference.
Inspiration Art Case
If you just want to load them up with supplies and let your imagination run wild, Crayola’s Inspiration Art Case is all you need. It comes with 140 pieces, including markers, crayons and crayons.
Create your own picture books
This project turns children into authors and Illustrators. The hardcover book contains blank and lined pages so your children can record their stories. Stickers, colored pencils as well as alphabet and number sheets round off the pictures perfectly.
Dead collage by color
If you have a toddler in your hand, this is a very simple collage project for children over 18 months. It comes with three sticky boards in primary colors, as well as buttons, feathers, shapes, stickers and other matching doo-dads. All your child has to do is push her where she wants it to be.
Arts and crafts library
Sometimes it’s best to give them craft supplies and have them do it … whatever, and this case contains enough to keep you going for a while, including pipe cleaners, sticks, felt, beads, googly eyes, sequins, and Jewels, among others. For the younger there is also the My first library for arts and crafts.
Luminous wire item no.
For the elderly, this project uses EL wire to create a shining piece of spatial art. You can use the five included templates or create your own designs. It’s from Kiwi Co.that also offers Subscription boxes of art and DIY projects.
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