Let’s see… your kid gets to play with Lego, and you have a great, useful present. These DIY Lego keychains are a no-brainer!
These gorgeous block-printed napkins would be a wonderful project to do with your kids. They’re elegant but simple enough for little hands to accomplish.
I always think plants make a wonderful holiday gift, seeing as we’re in the depths of dark winter, and a little greenery puts a smile on everyone’s face. These kid-friendly terrariums fit the bill perfectly: your kids will love picking out the succulents, digging in the sand, and choosing figurines. Your friends will love the end result.
While the tutorial for a DIY Sharpie mug was made by an adult, it would be an awesome project for a kid! Get a bunch of different colored Sharpies and let them have at it!
My son loves (loves!) collecting pine cones when we go on walks. We have a gorgeous collection and theseDIY framed pine cones are a lovely way to show them off. How excited would he be if he got to collect every pine cone he saw for an assembly line of them?? This project couldn’t be easier and looks great.
Birds need food even more in the winter! You and your kids can make a huge pile of birdseed cakes; they can be used first as ornaments or holiday decoration, and then to feed hungry birds.
Your kids will have as much fun making these oatmeal soap balls as your friends will using them! I love the addition of oatmeal and herbs to make them a little more luxurious.
If you have a little one too young to help make some of these other projects, this is for you! This sweet baby-paint ornament will light up anyone’s tree.
This Kokedama String Garden is another great project that lets your kid get a little bit messy while making something beautiful.