Printable Crafts for Kids

Printable Craft Pack - Are you looking for activities do with your kids that won't cost an arm and a leg? This craft pack is full of great ideas that you can print on your computer for your kids to color and assemble. They will LOVE this!

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I received a copy of this Printable Craft Pack to review on my blog. However, I would have bought this craft pack anyway, because I am a huge fan of it! I think you’re going to love it too.


One of the best things about being a blogger is “meeting” other bloggers who are an inspiration to me, whether it is through a Facebook group, a guest post opportunity, or a sweet email. I had the privilege of meeting Ellen from Create in the Chaos through a Facebook group we’re both part of, and she recently wrote a great guest post about making a letter-writing kit here on Little Girl Designs.

When I learned she was releasing a pack of printable crafts for kids, I was so excited. As you might have guessed by my site’s name, I tend to create cutesy, girly things. Try as I might, I am not very good at drawing rocket ships and space aliens. This wouldn’t be a problem except I have three nephews, and I struggle to make things for them each year.

Ellen graciously sent me a copy of her Printable Craft Pack this week, and I was immediately hooked. Robot door signs, a rocket ship, a castle, and a treasure box were some of the projects that caught my eye. These are going to be so much fun to make with my kiddo in the coming days. There’s an entire article on Create in the Chaos that details every single craft (with pictures) on her site, so be sure to check that out.

I think you’ll really love this pack (and no, I’m not being paid to say that!). Just in case you’re on the fence, here are some reasons why you should consider buying it.

Three Reasons Why You Need This Pack of Printable Crafts for Kids

1. The supplies for these crafts are super cheap. All of the crafts can be printed in black and white on your computer and assembled with the use of scissors and glue. Your kids will have fun coloring the printables in with crayons and even more fun playing with their creations.

2. This is one of the first craft packs I’ve ever seen that is boy-friendly. I don’t know what it is, but it is really difficult to find crafts that will appeal to boys these days. I stood at Target for an hour walking up and down the art supplies aisle just last week and was so sad about this. The girls get portable art kits, bracelet making supplies, and mini-scrapbook albums. The boys? They get construction paper, I guess.

3. This craft pack is very affordable. This 39 page craft pack with 20 different printables is only $5.00. If you’re trying to think of something to do at Grandma’s or during hot summer afternoons, this is a great option.

Have you ever used a printable craft pack before? They’re fun!

I hope you have a wonderful {and creative} weekend!

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