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10 Blue Themed Crafts for Kids
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10 Blue Themed Crafts for Kids

Difficulty Beginner
Budget < £10
Time < 1 hour

The colour blue is all around us in the natural world, and can be considered a calming colour, serene and cool. Here's a suggested list of 10 blue themed kids crafts to help you add a little more of the colour into your life!

10 Blue Themed Crafts for Kids

1. Blue Embroidered Felt Crown

Create a set of dress up crowns using felt and embroidery threads. The soft felt makes a perfect practice fabric to get little hands sewing, with supervision! Finish off with a sewing machine to create a sturdy crown that will last for years to come.

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2. Air Dry Clay Fossils

Let’s imagine! Follow this simple step-by-step tutorial by The Poncy Pantry and learn how to create these fun and easy clay dinosaur fossils. Arrange your own fossil hunt for the children. They will love pretending to be little paleontologists, making the fossils and digging for them around the garden.

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3. Polar Paper Plates

Create these cute polar animals to keep cool as we head to sunnier climbs by following the step-by-step instructions for each animal on Handmade Charlotte. We think these quick crafts are so cute and the perfect decoration to stick on the fridge!

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4. Blue Medieval Castle

Build your very own turreted medieval castle and paint in the brightest colours imaginable! Use cardboard tubes and boxes for a fun recycled craft project, and the perfect way to prompt conversations about castles, their inhabitants and their defenders.

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5. Personalised Puzzle

Create a personalised puzzle for your little ones to enjoy using a few simple materials! In lieu of a blank puzzle, why not search online for a template or draw your own? You could break up the image into simple shapes instead of interlocking pieces.

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6. Doodle Cakes

Who says doodling is only for paper? These silly little cakes are so fun to decorate and a great way for kids to get creative in the kitchen while learning how to use a piping bag. Use cupcakes as the base here to eliminate the pressure of decorating an entire cake – just let loose and have fun doodling with frosting!

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7. Best Friends Box

Create a gift for your friend that they will treasure for years by making a beautiful best friends box to celebrate your favourite moments together! Fill with trinkets, drawings, letters and photographs.

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8. Giant Cardboard Donuts

Let the craft box loose on some giant cardboard circles and craft some gloriously bright donuts to celebrate fiesta season! Sure to while away a couple of hours in the afternoon.

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9. Pipe Cleaner Dreamcatchers

Dreamcatchers are a beautiful decoration to hang in the bedroom, and so easy to make using a few components available online and in store at Hobbycraft! Follow this easy tutorial by Little Button Diaries to find out the process of creating a customisable dream catcher with tassels and beads.

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10. Rocket Pack

Not every rocket pack doubles up as a rucksack. With two compartments, this one is perfect for storing space both gadgets AND snacks! Another fun recycling craft to get stuck into.

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