4 Easy Craft Ideas for a Rainy Day

You are probably bored right now. The kids are all home looking for something to create, there is a limit on craft supplies, and the ability to actually go out and get them. Here are four projects that can be created with items that you most likely already have in the house!

We all are stuck in our homes for probably several more weeks, and I’m sure that if you have kids, they are running out of things to do. I did a search of my house for craft supplies and ran across an unfinished wooden frame. With mosaics in mind, it occurred to me to go to my stash of styrofoam plates. Create this fun to make mosaic frame!

This post also includes more easy Craft Ideas that you can only find on the Sitcom!  So be sure to keep reading for lots of inspiration!

I’m SO excited to be guest posting over at Kenarry: Ideas for the Home today sharing all of the instructions for this project!  You can find the full details, and lots of HOW-TO photos of this Mosaic Frame made with Styrofoam Plates HERE. 

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Make Paper Beads with Cereal Boxes!

The folks in my house love cereal.  It is a favorite for morning, noon and even a Good night snack. With that said, I often have a large amount of cereal boxes in my recycle bin to choose from when it comes to crafting. And why let something cool and colorful go to waste?  So I made paper beads from cereal boxes!  Want to know how?

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Make Art with Beans 

Put together these two cool pieces of wall art that are sure to catch the eye.  Created with things you just might have around the house, these are so fun to put together!   Want to know how?

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Make Pretty Pendants from Cardboard!

This project is not only a lot of fun, but it uses material that you will have around the house and is a great way for the kids to show off their creativity!  Let’s make pretty pendants from cardboard!  Go HERE for the tutorial!

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