The Love Bug will definitely bite your kids when they try out these creative creature crafts. Whether at home or in the classroom, have them follow the simple instructions from these great blogs and warm fuzzies are sure to follow.
These adorable heart-shaped animals from Michelle at Crafty Morning are the perfect way to get your little one involved in arts and crafts. Each design is simple to make and doesn’t take much time. Kids will have so much fun that they’ll want to try them all!
This is the perfect craft for kids that like to get a little messy. Using just a few ingredients, including bird seed, kids will have the opportunity to mix, shape and bake their very own bird feeders from Lisa at Wine and Glue. If you’re feeling in the holiday spirit, it’s time to break out the heart-shaped cookie cutter.
Perhaps one of the cutest crafts for kids, this adorable love bug from Mellisa at Mom Luck is one kids will enjoy creating. You don’t need a lot to get started and the instructions are really easy to follow. Much like the candy kiss ring, these love bugs also make great gifts to give away at school.
When it comes to animals, especially the fictional ones, kids simply can’t get enough. Let them explore their creativity with this fun colorful unicorn craft from Michelle at Crafty Morning, using paper, paint, and just a pinch of glitter. Don’t forget to include a few hearts to show he’s in the holiday spirit!
Michelle also brings man’s best friend to life with this fun heart dog. You’ll only need a few things to get started on this fun project, such as pom poms and craft paper. Kids will enjoy piecing together their new furry friend.
These love bugs, from Maggy at Red Ted Art, are silly and fun to make at any age! Kids can bring little creatures to life by painting their bodies, giving them googly eyes and pasting on pipe cleaner arms and legs. They’ll have fun showing off their new friend at home and at school.
These stringy love monsters from Eighteen25 are sure to be a favorite, and it’s not hard to see why. This adorable craft is guaranteed to have your kids having fun in no time. To get started you’ll need yarn, pipe cleaners, Dixie Cups and googly eyes.
These adorable butterflies from Donella at Glue Sticks and Gumdrops don’t take long to make and are very simple to piece together. Kids can decorate the wings any way they’d like and then let them “fly” all over the house. Best of all, you only need a handful of items to get started.
Many kids still give and receive cards while in school, so it’s the perfect time to make this adorable monster box from Mariah at Giggles Galore. Kids can give monsters their own unique personality with different colors and designs. To get started, you’ll need an empty box, googly eyes, pipe cleaners and more.