13. Confetti Poppers
Nothing says celebration like confetti and these homemade poppers are adorable! These are great for older kids, and require quite a few supplies and time. I’ll let the people at AlphaMom.com give you all the details, so get over there quick so you can get working on these in time for your next holiday!
How cute are these butterflies? They are a great rainy day activity and can be a cute, heartfelt touch to your fridge decorations. You’ll need toilet paper rolls, glue, some twigs and paint.
Head over to TwigandToadstool.blogspot.ca for the complete tutorial!
This is a cute craft for your kids with big imaginations. You’ll just need two toilet paper rolls, colored paper, tape and some ribbon. Tape your rolls together and then layer on strips of paper in whatever order you like, taping them on the underside.
Finish this craft by checking out Craftymorning.com! She has an entire page dedicated just to kids crafts, something that will keep your kids busy all summer long!