If you’re new here then you might not know about my other blog: Along Came Cherry. It’s where I started blogging over three years ago and where I still share all my stories of parenting. I started doing craft posts over there about a year ago, about six months before I started this blog, and was absolutely thrilled when I found out I had made the craft category finals of the BiB’s and the MAD’S.
During the voting stage of the BiB’s the lovely Maggy from Red Ted Art asked me if I would like to guest post on her blog which I happily agreed to, she has so many wonderful crafts on there.
I forgot to let you know at the time but better late than never.
I made a toy laptop out of a shoe box and if you would like to see how I did it then you can find out here – Cardboard Box Crafts: Computer.
And as this was a little while ago the awards ceremony has been and gone, I couldn’t attend as I was at home recovering from an operation but I was over the moon when I found out I had won!
More cardboard crafts for kids…
These cardboard shape necklaces are great fun to make, kids can decorate them in with paint and glitter before wearing them.
These cardboard photo frames are wrapped with yarn and are really bright and colourful.
These cardboard clocks are a great way to teach kids to tell the time.
These Easter Egg glasses are fun to make at Easter.
If your kids are too young for a real glass mirror then why not make a no glass cardboard mirror?
This swimming pool for dolls has been made from an old cardboard box.
And how about making a giant doll’s house?
Or a dolly garland?