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We've picked the best kids craft ideas from Pinterest, so prepare the papier mache and start collecting toilet rolls now!
Have a ball creating and photographing your own funny spectacles, click here for directions.
Create a cheap canvas artwork using up old broken crayons, see the full tutorial here.
It's amazing how a bit of paint and glitter can transform toilet paper rolls into these awesome superhero cuffs.
A super fun way to create your own wrapping paper, click here for the tutorial.
Create your own underwater aquarium using paper plates great for an animal habitat research project, check out how to here.
Sky rockets in flight with this homemade jet pack your little one will love - here's how to make your own.
Toilet rolls, paddle pop sticks and bottle tops never looked so good together. Click here for details on how to make this puppet.
Teach them the art of folding with this free origami download. Get it here.
Create several flower balls to make mobiles and garlands, see more details here.
Recycle large cardboard boxes into an aircraft fit for your little aviator. Instructions here.
Create your own stage for impromptu finger puppet shows, here's how.
Turn a cereal box and toilet paper roll into a fierce fighter plane, get the instructions here.
Use odd bits and bobs to create a hanging mobile, get the instructions here.
Bring the Super Mario Brothers to your garden. Make it here
When your littlies have outgrown their building blocks, upcycle them into cool robot characters. Get the how-to here.
Create your own magic in a jar - check out this easy http://pinterest.com/pin/36169603227943282/http://pinterest.com/pin/36169603227943282/
No falling leaves just bright buttons. Make it here
Encourage their musical talents with an upcycled cereal box guitar - click here to make your own.
Release their inner Monet with this fun DIY landscape painting.
A safe way for kids to carry their own lantern - bookmark this one for Halloween!
Create your own mini circus with this quick tent idea from Bloesom Kids
Go retro with this oldschool viewfinder, make it here.
A fun weekend project to teach them about colour - build your own kaleidoscope here.
Keep them amused with these easy cardboard finger puppets made with scrap paper and textas via Martha Stewart.
Trying to get kids to eat all of their packed lunch is almost an impossible task.