Wearable Crafts

February 12th, 2013 posted by Family Corner Staff

Top : Family : Kids : Kids Crafts : Wearable

  • Cardboard Tube Bracelet for a Princess Little girls love to play dress up. Moms love to recycle. This is a win/win project for both! Make a fun jewel encrusted bracelet from recycled materials and your little princess will love it.
  • Decorated Visors for Kids These visors are perfect for the upcoming warm weather. And we have plenty of ideas to snazz them up!
  • Earth Day Visor Before heading out to clean up the yard or neighborhood in honor of Earth Day, have your kids make one of these fun sun visors! They are a great way to show their participation, not to mention keeping the sun out of their eyes while they make the world a better place!
  • Easy Tie Dye for Kids Watch your child’s face light up when you remove that first rubber band from your tie dyed t-shirt. It is truly amazing the designs that one can create with so few tools. Try these super easy tie dyes for kids and see what ours were raving about!
  • Easy Visors & Shades Sun protection is very important, every parent knows that. While kids don’t worry about such things, they will have a blast making their very own sun protection with these fun sunglasses and visors.
  • Extreme Embellished Purse Girls will love this purse! A great way to show young girls some basic sewing skills and help them create something of their very own.
  • Fall Leaves Shirt This adorable shirt can be made for either a boy or a girl. So colorful and vibrant they are definitely going to love it! Go even further and add their name for a personalized touch. Make one today!
  • Flower Power Tank Top Kids love to paint, and creating a special shirt to wear is a great way to express their creativity. Make this adorable flower power tank top with your kids, they’ll be sure to show it off to their friends!
  • Football Star Shirt Is your child a budding football star? Maybe you have big football fans in your family? This shirt is an ideal gift and a really fun project for game day. Whether a fan or a player, your kids will love it!
  • Fun & Funky Tote Bag Has your daughter outgrown her ribbons and lace and has long since ditched the princess decorations in her bedroom? Make this fun and funky tote bag for her sleepovers, dance class accessories, or even homework!
  • Hair Flair – Begin with plain barrettes, headbands and ponytail holders. With some imagination and glue you can turn these items from boring to adorable for any little girl in your life! Perfect for back to school.
  • Hair Scrunchies A great craft to do with girls of any age. After all, all girls like hair scrunchies, even Moms! Make a bunch of these for heading back to school, going to gymnastics, or just hanging out!
  • Hiking Necklace Make your next hike a safe — and fun — adventure! Put together this fun hiking necklace with all the essentials. Hang it around your neck and you are ready to go! Perfect for camping or scouts!
  • Jean Leg Purse Making cut-off shorts out of an old pair of jeans? Save the legs to make a trendy purse. Anna from Kings Park, NY made this purse with some help from her mom and grandma.
  • Ladybug Hat Kids love ladybugs, and ladybug crafts are so fun to make! This adorable hat is super easy and can be put together very quickly. Make it in the morning, let it dry, and you can start wearing it in the afternoon!
  • Lip Gloss Necklace Keep you lip gloss or chap stick handy with this decorative holder made from craft foam. Your little girl with love this adorable necklace and she’ll be the envy of her friends!
  • Make a Yo Yo Bracelet This is a great project for adults or teen girls. Yo-yo’s aren’t just for your grandma anymore! Turn these sweet little gathered fabric circles into a pretty bracelet for yourself or to give to a friend. Choose a fabric color that suits your personality and pull out your sewing needle.
  • Patriotic Flip Flops Summer is here and that means ditching the tennis shoes for sandals and flip flops. Make some fun and crafty flip flops to celebrate the Fourth of July. Wear them to the parade and everyone will want to know where you got them!
  • Patriotic Water Bracelets Water bracelets are easy to make and fun to wear. Put these patriotic water bracelets together for the 4th of July or just anytime! Wear them to the July 4th parade and display your craft talent with pride.
  • Personalized Necklace Mix together a handful of lettered crafts beads and some jewelry cord, and your kids can put together this personalized necklace all their own. Easy and fun to make, they may not want to stop at just one!
  • Snowman Sweatshirt – Here’s a great winter project that the kids can show off at school, to their friends, or anywhere they go! Wearable art is always fun, but this shirt will preserve great memories for everyone.
  • Spray Painted T-shirts What? Spray paint on t-shirts? That’s right! Kids can get as creative as they like with as many colors as they like, while at the same time magically making words or pictures appear under the paint. Try it today!
  • Stars & Stripe Shirt – Get dressed up for the 4th of July in this easy to make Stars and Stripes Shirt. Kids will love helping with this project!
  • Turquoise Potato Beads Did you know you can make beads for necklaces and bracelets out of potatoes? We were pretty surprised to hear about it, so we decided to try it for ourselves. The result is really quite lovely and truly unique.
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