A great way to keep them busy and encourage creativity, especially on those cold winter or raining spring days when they are stuck inside and saying “I’m bored…theres nothing to do”.  A great book to have around if you have kids of your own, or if your like us, just nieces and nephews who come to visit.

Perfect for crafty parents who are eager to get their kids excited about DIY, ProjectKid is everything you could want in a craft book: 100(!) stylish, inventive projects; step-by-step photographs; tips for the novice crafter; easy-to-follow instructions; and a fresh, modern look. What really sets these projects apart are the unexpected, ingenious ways Kingloff uses everyday objects and materials. (Did you ever think a body-wash bottle would make a perfect rocket ship?) And these are projects for things kids want to make―and keep―from a juice-box owl to a pirate ship to a curio cabinet for displaying all of their treasures, plus games, jewelry, and more. Also included in the book are basic crafting lessons (such as pom-pom making and weaving) to help children of all ages build a DIY arsenal, a handy guide to must-have tools and materials, and a source directory.

Other Crafting Books We Like

Martha Stewart’s Favorite Crafts for Kids: 175 Projects for Kids of All Ages to Create, Build, Design, Explore, and Share

Crafting with Kids: Creative Fun for Children Aged 3-10

The Paper Playhouse: Awesome Art Projects for Kids Using Paper, Boxes, and Books

Paper Pets: 10 Pets to Pop Out and Play With!

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