- 4 Crazy Kings shows how to make Easy Toilet Paper Tube Stamps. Materials used: toilet paper tubes and paint. Haven’t got paint? See the post for some substitution ideas.
- Make a nature collage using a lint roller as described at the Frugal Family Fun Blog. You can even turn your collage into a placemat! Materials used: a sticky lint roller and plants from your neighborhood.
- Make your own foam bath toys as seen at Pink and Green Mama. Materials used: craft foam (and scissors).
- Looking for outdoor water play ideas? Try this aluminum foil river from Filth Wizardry. Materials used: aluminum foil.
MaryAnne lives is a craft loving educator, musician, photographer, and writer who lives in Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children.
4 thoughts on “Blog Favorites: Crafts requiring minimal materials”
I'm definitely going to try the aluminium foil river. Sunnyboy is going to love that :)
Wow! Thanks so much for the link! The clover collage was one of Emily's favorite projects this Summer. I love the other links you have here. It's always great to have a list of crafts that don't require a lot of "stuff" to make!
The foam bath toys are pretty cool… anything to make bath time more enjoyable works for me.
Good morning! Thanks for the link! :-) Love the other blogs you mentioned. Isn't it amazing what Filthy Wizardry creates?! I am always in awe. Of course Valerie at Family FFB always has the best ideas!
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