5 Wool Crafts for Kids

by Katrina - The Organised Housewife

Need some at home school holiday activity ideas to keep your children entertained these school holidays. Check out these some wool craft ideas for kids. 

The school holidays are just around the corner and for those of you who are at home and need some kid’s boredom busters, I have some cute wool craft ideas which will brighten up their day – and keep them busy for a while! Hang your kids’ creations up on the walls at home for a pop of colour, perfect to welcome in the springtime!

1. WOOL MONSTERS

These colourful wool monsters are so cute and will suit all personalities! Easy to make, these wool monsters are perfect for an afternoon of DIY fun.

Go to Inspiration Made Simple for instructions

2. TWIG FRAME

This beautiful twig frame is a great activity for the tween or teenage age group. The result is beautiful, and they can hang it up in their bedroom to add a pop of colour or make it as a gift for someone. 

Go to childhood 101 for instructions

3. Gradient Rainbow Wool Hoop Wall Art

You can pay top if you buy something like this so have a go at making it! Perfect for any age group, this rainbow wool hoop wall art is easy to make and is so cute. Perfect for springtime!

Go to One Savvy Mom for instructions

4. Pom pom hedgehog 

Who doesn’t love a cute little hedgehog? Unlike real ones, these rainbow pom pom hedgehogs are soft and fluffy! 

Go to The Craft Train for instructions

5. Rainbow Macrame Wall Hanging

Rainbows brighten up everyone’s day whether you’re a kid or a grown up. This colourful rainbow macrame wall hanging is easy to make and beautiful to look at. 

Go to The Craft Patch for instructions

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