CUTE DIY IDEAS FOR CHILDREN

In this awesome tutorial video for kids, you can find a lot of awesome tips and tricks for your free time! If you like crafting, there’ definitely something special for you. And if you watch this video up to the end, you will find some cool tips and tricks for toddlers.

There are many insanely cool jewelry ideas in this video. You can make amazing pieces of stylish jewelry using ribbons and pearls (or any beads that you like). You can make awesome wooden bracelets using wooden spatulas. Another cool idea is growing DIY crystals and making jewelry with crystals. This is incredibly beautiful and you can also make an unforgettable gift to someone who likes fancy handmade jewelry.

If you like cooking and pasta, there are many pasta hacks for you. My favorite idea is rolling lasagna dough really thin and then putting parsley leaves between thin layers of dough in order to make amazing and surprising raviolli!

Watch this video up to the end and see how many cool things you can do with pasta! You can dye it with different colors (using ziplock bags for that) and make adorable pictures and even boxes and figurines of dry pasta. Another cool idea for toddlers is pasta threading activity. You can learn how to count doing that activity and it also helps to develop fine motor skills.

TIMESTAMPS:

01:08 – Growing crystals at home
01:49 – Jewelry organizer
05:38 – Beautiful ravioli
09:53 – Chupa Chups tricks
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