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Just because you are stuck inside, doesn’t mean you can’t create some amazing things with your kids! I have pulled together some amazing projects that use scraps and bits and pieces you probably already have laying around your house. So what are you waiting for, grab your scrap basic (fabric and iron on) and let’s get crafting!
This Whale Quiet Activity from The Country Chic Cottage is a great way to use up some of those little color scraps!
These tiny little felt playsets are the PERFECT ways to use up bits of felt you have laying around. All of these just require felt and glue. Find the fishing set here.
This cute little stove and pans is the perfect way to make breakfast in bed. Find the kitchen set instructions here.
Have a little tea party with this sweet felt set! Find the tea set instructions here.
The Cricut project that keeps on giving, this little sewing kit is perfect to fill with things you have around your craft room.
Finger puppets are fun to make and lead to hours of imaginative play! They are also great for using scraps! Find the Jungle Finger Puppets here.
Use just felt and hot glue to make Little Red Riding Hood Finger puppets Here.
This darling little Yeti plushy from Ameroonie Designs is the perfect excuse to pull that furry fabric from your fabric stash.
Do you have a pair of socks and some white heat transfer? Then you can whip up this fun project from Over the Big Moon.
Get your cray on with this fun and easy craft with SOMEDAY I’LL LEARN
Bring a little sunshine into your house with these DIY Rainbow Bookends from Giggles Galore.
Step up your shoe game while you are stuck inside with these DIY VSCO Girl shoes from Frog Prince Paperie.
Need another shoe idea? Try this DIY Lip Print From Biana Dottin.
Raid your fabric stash to make these Bunny Ear Headbands from Ginger Snap Crafts
Get a little bit more organized during isolation with this Sock Matching Hack from Sustain My Craft Habit.
Make a mini leather journal with this tutorial from Doodle Craft.
Customize stuffed animals with this Birth Announcement Stuffed Animal from Tastefully Frugal.
What will you use this time to make?
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