AUG 26

Catch ‘Em All! Pokemon inspired crafts for kids.

Everyone wants to get out there and catch all their favourite Pokemon, so why not create your own to keep and display at home.

Our Pokemon inspired crafts are great way to keep the kids entertained, they would look great hanging in a kid’s room or as a celebration decoration for the Pokemon fan in your life, or even as a Christmas tree decoration!

Why not have a Pokemon themed party? These craft ideas are a great way to entertain the kids and a perfect party bag favour!

Find our Pokemon craft stencil here, four different Pokemon faces for kids to cut out and use to create these crafts and many others.

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Fun DIY Letter Craft Ideas for All Occasions.

Letter Box is a collection of crafts devoted to A, B, C. Our letters are available in many sizes from 40mm to 205mm so they are perfect for your every crafting idea. Whether you use paper mache, MDF or wood, they look amazing decorated and can make a fabulous unique gift or addition to your celebration decor.

You can use acrylic paint, decopatch, glitter and more to make your letters look fabulous! There are so many crafts you can make, click on the images for inspiration and let your imagination go wild! We’re always adding to our letter craft inspiration and ideas, so check Letter Box regularly to see our latest creations.

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AUG 12

DIY Tissue Paper Pom Poms

Add some fun decorations to your party celebrations with these easy to make tissue paper pom poms.

Paper pom poms are quite easy to craft, although the technique may need a little practice, but the results can be stunning. You can craft them in any colour, don’t be afraid to experiment, or even adapt them to suit a theme. Add embellishments, like self adhesive jewels for a bit of glamour or mix up all the colours and sizes for a great visual effect.

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AUG 11

Creative Silk and Foam Clay Kids Crafts

Foam and silk clay is a great modelling medium for kids to enjoy and engage with. Perfect for getting the kids involved in modelling.

Foam Clay contains small polystyrene beads, which makes the texture simple and decorative to use for covering all sorts of items. The process is simple – roll small balls of Foam Clay, press them firmly onto the item and spread evenly with your fingers and leave to dry. When dry it has a firm and hard surface.

Silk Clay is self-hardening, pliable, soft and lightweight, but retains its soft and rubber-like texture when dry, also easy to use by kids. Silk clay can be used to cover items or used on it’s own as a Madeline clay. (more…)

AUG 09

6 Fun Space and Science Crafts for Kids

Engage the kids with our latest craft ideas page, Science and Space: Inspiration for Kids. Ideas perfect for a family craft day or as an educational tool introducing or expanding interest in Outer Space and Science. Kids can explore space through creating their own solar system mobile or look at how the Moon travels around the Earth by crafting a 3D Earth and Moon model.

Inspire older kids to make and name their own planet using their imagination, with our ‘Create Your Own Glass Planet’ craft. Younger kids can join in, they’re sure to enjoy using buttons to make their own solar system, learning the names of the planets as they create. (more…)

JUL 28

Kids Mask Crafts for 2016 Rio Olympic Games

Summer 2016 sees the Olympic games arrive in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. People all over the world will join in the celebration of sport, featuring 207 participating nations taking part in the 28 official Olympic sports. The opening ceremony will be held on 5th August and is expected to be a vision of colour, celebrating Rio’s rich culture and famous carnival reputation.

Although Carnival is celebrated throughout Brazil and other Catholic countries, Rio de Janeiro has long been regarded as the Carnival capital of the world. Rio Carnival is a wild (more…)

Make an Origami Crane String for Weddings and Events

Origami is a popular papercraft. The magic of turning a simple piece of paper into a creature or object by simply folding is magical for Origami makers around the world.

The word Origami is derived from two Japanese words – Ori (folded) and Kami (paper). Origami (originally Orikata meaning folded shape) is an ancient art, recognisable back to the time of the Samurai who gave each other gifts known as noshi.  Paper was folded with a strip of fish inside, this was then considered to be a good luck token. (more…)

JUN 23

10 Baby Shower Craft Ideas for Adults

Have you been tasked with planning a Baby Shower? Whether for yourself or for a friend or family member? After a few research sessions, you may feel like you’re being swamped by a world of pre-made Baby Shower products and seemingly un-achievable Pinterest craft ideas.

Don’t worry! You can add a crafty touch to the event the easy way, with our collection of cute Baby Shower projects that are easily achievable no matter what your previous crafting experience. (more…)

JUN 15

6 Out of This World Kids Space Craft Ideas – Perfect for Father’s Day

Get creative with the kids this Father’s Day and help them show their appreciation for a Dad that’s Out of This World  with these space themed projects. Our latest kids craft idea concept is perfect for older kids to make and younger kids to make with help.

From fun and messy letter decorating crafts to colourful bauble photo frame gifts to make; these bespoke craft ideas are sure to raise a smile with Dad this Father’s Day. (more…)

JUN 08

6 Doctor Who Themed Crafts for Father’s Day

Your Dad. He’s the man that would travel through time and space for you to make sure you’re happy. So try Time-Travelling for Father’s Day and say thank you with one of our bespoke Doctor Who themed craft ideas for adults.

Based on quirky 1980s Doctor Who, Peter Davidson, this retro craft concept features iconic Tardis gift boxes and a cracker for the Father’s Day dinner table that the Doctor himself would love. Don’t forget our colourful Doctor Who inspired Father’s Day card and hand painted retro wooden letter decorations. (more…)