Summer is that time of there year when the grass is green, camping trips are at an all-time high and the days are filled with kid-friendly activities. 

While we love all these outdoorsy activities during the long and hot summer days, there are a few other ways to keep your kids occupied and entertained at home, indoors. 

So get out the old and new art supply bins and have the kids put their DIY skills to use with one of these 6 easy to do summer crafts. 

Accordion Paper Flowers

Cute, simple & perfect for your little ones. These accordion paper flowers are so simple to make and are perfect for your little ones to hang in their room.
You will need:
  • construction paper/craft paper (in different colours)
  • scissors
  • stick glue/ double-sided tape
Link to template
You can check out the process here

Paper Plate Lady Bugs

All you need is colourful paint, paper plates, some felt and our all-time favourite googly eyes to make these cute & adorable paper plate ladybugs.

You can check out the process here

Toilet Paper Roll Bees

If recycling and repurposing is your thing then this toilet paper roll bees is the perfect craft for you.

You will need:
  • Toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls cut in half
  • Pink paint
  • Black marker
  • Cardstock – white, black and yellow
  • Small googly eyes
  • Black pipe cleaner
  • Small black pom poms
You can check out the process here

Craft Stick Octopus

You know what they say when the weather gets hot, it’s time to hop on head under into the sea! This octopus craft is your little under the sea escape. 

You can check out the process here

DIY Suncatcher

Our colourful & fun DIY activity is where you can create your very own personalised sun-catcher using rainbow coloured tissue. It's an easy to make, mess-free craft and a perfect indoor activity. Comes in an all-inclusive kit so you don’t need to head out in the hot sun hunting for supplies!

You can shop our DIY Suncatchers here

Paper Plate Llamas

I mean, this is a llamazing craft - it’s so simple & so creative. It’s perfect for your tot to explore their creative skills!

You can check out the process here