When I think of kids’ activities and crafts, I always consider what I have at home to use.
As much as you want to keep your kids busy with fun crafts, you don’t want to break the bank with additional supplies and materials.
I was looking through some of last Christmas’ photos (yes, it’s the time of the year when I start pre-planning for Christmas in my head) and I came across the cookies I made for the kids.
I mean, don’t they just look amazing?
Wouldn’t you know it, cookie cutters can be a little versatile! Not just limited to baking but can be used for activities!
I’ve been lacking the last while with doing any crafts with the kids; with the school schedules and more mess at home with everyone being there – crafts and activities have been the last priority on the list. Each week the thought passed through my head, and each week it just slipped by.
Not that my kids have any problems with
getting up to mischief keeping themselves busy. It’s still fun to do something outside of the usual, and have fun!
Fun drawing with cookie cutter stencils.Tweet
WHAT YOU NEED:
- Blank paper
- Cookie cutters
There are no instructions needed for this activity. Draw shapes using as many cookie cutters as you want to!
This is also a great activity for those rainy days heading our way.