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We all love Pinterest. In fact, we're obsessed! So feed into your obsession with these 100 pins that range from home decor to weddings to holidays, and are all absolutely worthy of your boards.

The top 10 in kids crafts


Crayon art


Photo credit: The 3 R's Blog

Crayons are an everyday commodity in most households, so use them in a fun and simple craft project that's a great gift idea for a teacher or a grandparent. Kids will love constructing their initial out of crayons.


Bird wings


Photo credit: Llevo el Invierno

Every child wants to learn to fly, so give them a little imaginary fun with their very own set of bird wings. Depending on your child's age and ability, this may be a craft that you help them create.


Rock monsters


Photo credit: Coastal Inspired Creations

An inexpensive and fun idea for the kiddos is to craft with something you have in your very own backyard: rocks! Add paint and googly eyes and they've got themselves a few little monsters to play with.


Painting fabric


Photo credit: Young House Love

Tape a sheet to the ground outside, give your child some safe paint, and let them roll with it. In the end, you'll have an awesome sheet for them to snuggle up with or just an awesome DIY backdrop for some cute photos.


Toilet paper craft roundup

Photo credit: No Time for Flash Cards

This roundup of kids crafts using recycled toilet paper rolls is spectacular. Great to pin for rainy days and summer breaks.


I love you this much


Photo credit: Day in My Life

Keep the kids busy by tracing their hands and giving this craft to relatives as a priceless piece of memorabilia.


Glowing slime


Photo credit: Sweet Paul Mag

Allow your kiddos to get messy in a cool way by making and playing with this oozy, gooey green slime.


Paper bag animal puppets


Photo credit: 86 Lemons

Here's another great way to upcycle items around your home: Encourage kids to create their very own paper bag animal puppets. Bonus points for the munchkins who put on a puppet show with their creations.


Sidewalk paint


Photo credit: Hammer & Thread

When the weather is nice, kick the little ones outside to have a blast painting sidewalks with this DIY sidewalk paint.


Finger paint


Photo credit: Hands On as We Grow

Let your toddlers have a heyday creating an edible (but not tasty) mess of handmade colors.

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