The school year has already started and we need a lot of ideas to make crafts with our kids or little students.
Easy Peasy and Fun it’s a lovely site full of crats ideas for kids, as his name says, they are easy-peasy and fun to make. We have searched his String Art projects fors kid and we have found these 4 lovely crafts.
As you already know, to make it, we just need a wooden boards, nails (or thumbtacks), a hammer and threads (nylon, cottonr or wool)
Here they are!
BOAT STRING ART
LADYBUG STRING ART
STAR STRING ART
FLOWER STRING ART
Wow, this Arrows String Art made by ThreadTherapy1 is really awesone. A nice piece of craft to decorate a hipster house or cafe and it’s listed on Etsy!
HelloKids-us show us in this video a great way to make a Geometric String Art, even to make with kids. Look how they use clothespin in order to not to get damage in the fingers when you hammer the nail.
At the same thime they are having a great time making a craft, they learn geometry and maths. Just a perfect work to make with kids!
We have already seen that making String Art projets it’s a great, easy and cheap way to decorate your home, cafe, shop but also your wedding.
If you want to have something special over the table, you can make these table number String Arts in a kidn of geometric style. It’s perfect for vintage and crafty wedding. Do you like it?
I hope you enjoy it.
If you want to see the full tutorial step by step, we recommend us to visit the following link: Simply Being Mommy – DIY Halloween String Art
In this case, ¡Hoy no hay cole! (No school today!) show us how to make a cloud and rain String Art in a very easy way.
Enjoy it, have a great weekend!
WE LOVE DANDELIONS! That’s a fact! So today we have chosen this wonderful Flying Dandelion String Art to make by our own and decorate ou living room. Let’s go!
Source: Cajun Mama
Peace Sign String Art is an easy craft to make with kids. Don’t you think so?
Remember that it’s a good idea decorate their rooms with teheir own handmade projects. They will be proud of them!
Source: The String Art Co