Ribbon Decoration

Ribbon crafts for kids

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Making beautiful ribbon crafts is not just a crafting expert privilege. Luckily there are so many easy and simple ways to craft beautiful projects including ribbon bows, ribbon flowers and much more, that even toddlers and kids can give it a try. From necklaces to magic wands, there are many ways of involving kids into magical ribbon crafting projects.

  1. Clay ribbon necklace

Clay is a classic material for kid’s crafts and activities. Fun and very pedagogical in many ways, it helps developing motor skills in toddlers and young children. This necklace can be an exciting and fun projects both for parents and for kids.

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(Full tutorial in Momtastic)

  1. Ribbon rainbow

Ribbons, buttons, pompons, glue and a lot of fun! This cool rainbow will transform a regular rainy afternoon into a fun amazing day. Also it can be a neat decoration for bedrooms or playrooms.

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(Full tutorial in Sun Shine Whispers)

  1. Toddler butterfly

Learning and having fun with ribbons is not just for grown up kids. Toddlers can also have a blast while developing skills and making cool ribbon projects. This simple butterfly is just an example of what can be done with young kids and ribbons.

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(Full tutorial in No Time for Flashcards)

  1. Cards and ribbon bookmarks

Ribbon scratch and old post cards can become pretty bookmarks. A nice knot, a bit of creativity for making cool combinations and a crafty mood are just what it takes to try this nice and easy project.

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(Full tutorial in The frugal girls)

  1. Twirling ribbon

Dancing and twirling is more fun if you have a twirling ribbon. It also makes a magical project to do with kids. Add some music and you’ll have even a birthday party activity. Ribbons are that magical.

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(Full tutorial in The frugal girls, too)

Do you have more awesome ideas to try some ribbon projects with toddlers and kids? Share them with us and don’t forget to visit our online boutique at Drency.

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