“Welcome to Easy Crafts Hunt!” ~ Captain Craftbeard
The hunt for easy crafts is over. We have assembled an easy to navigate website and collected a treasure of fun and easy crafts. Look for crafts to do on popular and obscure holidays. Discover crafts for everyday craft time for crafters of all ages.
Popular Every Day Crafts
There are over a hundred fun and easy crafts to find on this site. Here are five of our most popular crafts.
Holiday Crafts This Month: April
April offers a variety of fun holidays that are the perfect inspiration for craft time. April 14 is National Dolphin Day. Easter is April 16 this year. Make Easter egg crafts and other crafts for the holiday. Earth Day is April 22 and the perfect opportunity to make your own recycling box. St. George’s Day is April 23. It is the perfect day for a knight, dragon, or castle craft. Finally, April 24 is Pigs-in-a-Blanket Day so why not make a paper craft of some pigs with a blanket to sleep under.
Holiday Crafts Last Month: March
March holds a lot of fun holidays that are perfect for craft time. The entire month can be dedicated to dolphins since March is Dolphin Awareness Month. One-hundred and forty-five years ago Yellowstone became the first national park, so at the beginning of the month you can celebrate with paper craft of Old Faithful. March 12 is plant a flower day. In the event that it is too cold outside to plant a real flower, you can make this paper color wheel flower craft instead. March 14 is Learn about Butterflies Day. This educational day is a great excuse to learn some fun facts about these beautiful bugs and a paper craft of a butterfly is a great way to celebrate the day too. St. Patrick’s Day is March 17 and there is no shortage of crafts to do. You can start with a leprechaun made from a toilet paper roll and then make him a pot of gold, also made from a toilet paper roll. Next, you can make a paper rainbow or yarn rainbow to put his pot of gold at the end of. Finally, you can make the flag of Ireland out of a popsicle stick, cardboard, and construction paper. As the month wraps up you can celebrate International Earth Day on March 20. Consider making a recycle bin out of an old box, paper bags, and construction paper.
Popular Craft Categories
Some of the best crafts to do are ones that take construction paper, a little bit of cutting, and a dab of glue here and there. They are simple enough that every crafter of any age can do them with little to no help. There is no limit to how unique and creative craft time can be with them. You can make paper crafts that help you with your colors. Any animal can be created when you have a little imagination and the right colors of construction paper. You can even make your favorite characters from a movie or TV show. You can make a scene with a race car, airplane, or train speeding by. With paper crafts, you can make anything out of this world and even the world itself. The possibilities are endless.
When it comes to craft supplies one thing that you can always turn into something fun is a toilet paper roll or paper towel roll. With over a dozen different toilet paper roll and paper towel roll crafts on this site, there is a great deal of fun and easy crafts to make using these useful items. You can make a dragon to breathe fire and a knight to find him. Turning a toilet paper roll into a character is easy and especially fun when you make characters for Star Wars. You can make all sorts of vehicles including a train, airplane, and pickup truck. When you find yourself with quite a few toilet paper rolls you can make a log cabin craft to use them up. You can even turn a paper towel roll, or better yet the sturdy cardboard rolls that you find left over from your plastic wrap or tin foil, and turn them into a lightsaber.
There are dozens of crafts on this site so it was difficult to highlight them all. Some of the fun types of crafts on here are ones you can make with empty baby food jars. You can make a variety of different picture frames to feature your favorite photos. There are several instrument crafts that help a child express themselves as well as working on learning where to put their fingers when they play. If you are looking to make a big craft you can build a racetrack or a castle. If you are looking to make a small craft you can make a flag craft with a popsicle stick and construction paper. You can even make a pirate craft, that’s Captain Craftbeard’s favorite category. Make something for your doll or action figure. Finally, make something for your play kitchen or do a cooking activity that is easy, fun, and delicious.