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Are you looking for some new and exciting crafts to do with your kids? Well, look no further! Here are 25 of the best cardboard crafts for kids.
Cardboard is a great material to use for crafting, and it’s perfect for kids. It’s inexpensive, versatile, and durable.
Plus, there are so many different things you can create with it. So get ready to have some fun!
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Cardboard Crafts For Kids
Looking for something fun and cheap to do with the kids? Check out these 25 awesome cardboard crafts! They're all easy to make and perfect for a rainy day. So get your crafting supplies ready and let's get started!
Most little girls love dressing up as a princess. They will love creating this castle trinket box. They will be able to hide their little trinkets in all the different hidden compartments. This is sure to be a favorite craft.
All kids love playing with hot wheel cars. This is such a cute craft to make with them. A garage for all the cars. Made out of cardboard boxes. This is a fun craft to make and a fun toy to play with best of all it won't break the bank.
This is a terrific craft to get involved in on a snow day or a rainy day. The kids will love helping make these doll houses. After the house is created out of cardboard, they can use their imagination to decorate the different rooms.
This is so cool. A play kitchen made out of cardboard. This is a great idea if your space is small, and you can't fit a little kitchen for the kids to play with. These crafts are also great because they don't cost a lot of money and we all know how fast kids grow out of their toys.
Easter is coming up and this craft will be perfect to make with your kids. This will be so much fun to play with hopefully outside if the weather is nice, if not you can still play with this craft inside.
These cardboard pirate ships are so cool. What a great way to get the kids interested in a craft that they can play with afterward. They can use their little lego people on the pirate ship when they are done.
This is such a cute idea. We all have pictures lying around with no picture frame. This is a great way to recycle your cardboard boxes into picture frames. With the kids drawing on them they will be one of a kind.
Summertime is a great time for adventures. This is a great way to kick off the summer with these cardboard fort ideas. Your older kids can help you construct the fort while your little ones can help you paint and decorate it.
Michelle is the founder and creator of Our Crafty Mom, a DIY blog focusing on easy crafts, budget-friendly decorating, and simple recipes. She has two grown children, who inspired her blog name. She has been featured in Country Sampler Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Country Living, and more.