Good Housekeeping Is Hosting Free Craft Classes for Kids on Facebook

Good Housekeeping Is Hosting Free Craft Classes for Kids on Facebook

Craftsmanship is our strong point, so leave the talented team behind the best covers, house stories and DIY ideas from Good Housekeeping you and your children how to make crafts worthy of Pinterest. Join our stylists, designers and DIY enthusiasts every Wednesday and Friday at 3 p.m. IS on the Good Housekeeping Facebook page while we present a fun idea after the next one.

All of our crafts will include items that you already have at home or that you can easily grab.

Think clothespins, nail polish, rubber bands and rolls of toilet paper. And don’t worry if you can’t join us in real-time, our videos will be recorded in our timeline and in our videos section, so you can create with us when you’re ready.

Good Housekeeping Is Hosting Free Craft Classes for Kids on
Good Housekeeping Is Hosting Free Craft Classes for Kids on

 

Friday 3/27: Printing of DIY blocks

Make anything a stamp! Use found objects to create printed illustrations, linens or wrapping paper with visual style director Elisabeth Engelhart.

What you will need:

* Cardboard, paper or fabric for printing

* Corks, sponges, jar lids, paper towel tubes, bubble wrap, bottle caps, buttons, rubber bands, etc. to transform into a buffer

* Painting or ink pad

* Optional: craft glue or hot glue

SEE THE TUTORIAL HERE

2

Wednesday 4/1: Clothespin painting

Use clothespins and options found to make child-friendly brushes with associate art director Laura Formisano.

What you will need:

* Paper

* Clothespins

* Sponge, leaves, cotton ball, feathers, bubble wrap, etc. to turn into a brush

* To paint

SEE THE TUTORIAL HERE

3

Friday 4/3: Muffin Cup Flowers

Make a beautiful flower arrangement using cupcake and muffin tins with Elisabeth.

What you will need:

* Cupcake or muffin molds, coffee filters or tissue paper

* Pipe cleaners, straws or twigs

* Craft glue or stapler

* The scissors

SEE THE TUTORIAL HERE

4

Wednesday 4/8: crafting toilet rolls

Turn your toilet paper and paper towel rolls into something fun and magical with design director Mariana Tuma.

What you will need:

* Toilet paper and rolls of paper towels

* The scissors

* Tape or glue

* To paint

SEE THE TUTORIAL HERE

5

Friday 4/10: Yarn Chicks

Join the style director, Lori Bergamotto, who will teach you how to make the sweetest (and easiest!) Easter craft: A wool chick!

What you will need:

* Yellow wire (or any color you have)

* Googly eyes (or black and white construction paper)

* Glue

* Orange felt, craft foam or construction paper

* A thread needle with a jumbo eye (optional)

SEE THE TUTORIAL HERE

6

Wednesday 4/15: Marbled nail polish

Learn how to use nail polish and a bowl of water to marble everyday objects like cups and glasses with craft and accessory stylist Alex Mata.

What you will need:

* Nail polish

* Water

* Toothpick or craft stick

* White coffee cups (or any other ceramic or glass you want!)

* Plastic container that you don’t mind putting on nail polish

* Remover

SEE THE TUTORIAL HERE

7

Friday 4/17: Embroidery cards

More than ever, now is the perfect time to send a card to someone you love. Join senior video producer Tessa Donolli as she shows you how to create your own!

What you will need:

* Paper

* Needle

* Wire

SEE THE TUTORIAL HERE

8

Wednesday 22/04: Paper Mache Globe

To celebrate Earth Day, Mariana will show us how to create a papier-mâché globe! This job is not only fun, it is also educational.

What you will need:

*Flour

*The water

* Mixing bowl

*Spoon

*Paper

*To paint

*Brush

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Friday 4/25: Face Planters

Give personality to your plants by giving your planters adorable faces. Elisabeth will teach us how to easily transform ceramic, plastic, terracotta and even jars.

What you will need:

* Plant pots (or box)

*To paint

*Cardboard

* Cardstock

* Pearls or buttons

* Pipe cleaners

*Glue

* Googly eyes

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