Need some new ideas to try out this weekend, try these button crafts for kids. Buttons are a cheap and easy material that you may already have around the house. If you need a quick craft to keep the kids entertained, I got you covered! These button crafts are super cute and once you are done you can display your kid’s artwork around the house!
Here are the crafts I found:
Flower Button Art
Source: The Best Ideas For Kids
Buttons! We all have them in different sizes and colors scattered in a drawer in granny’s old sewing machine. If you were wondering what to do with them, take a look at this card. Flowers out of buttons, it’s the perfect Mother’s Day present. Show your love to your mom with a handmade card like this one
Thanksgiving Turkey Craft With Buttons
Source: Crafts By Ria
Looking for a Thanksgiving craft your kids can do on their own. Check out this turkey craft with buttons! It’s easy to make and perfect for developing the fine motor skills of toddlers and preschoolers. You can glue the turkey on a canvas and turn it into a handmade masterpiece. You can keep it for yourself or give it as a gift
Button Easter Egg Craft For Kids
Source: Carrie Elle
Are you looking for a fun and easy Easter craft for your kids? Take a look at this button Easter egg craft! It’s easy as a craft can be, which makes it perfect for preschoolers and even toddlers. All you need are buttons of different colors and sizes and glue. It’s that simple!
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Colorful Button Jellyfish Craft For Kids
Source: I Heart Arts n Crafts
Education should be fun, which is why you have to teach your kids through games and crafts. This button jellyfish craft is one of the educational ones. It’s simple and super easy to make. Check it out!
Easy DIY Button Snowman Craft
Source: The Frugal Navy Wife
With Christmas just around the corner, it’s definitely time to think of Christmas crafts. If you have no idea, check out this tutorial. It shows you how to make a snowman out of buttons. It looks incredible and it’s a lot of fun to do with the family!
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Super Easy Rainbow Ribbon Craft for Kids
Source: Sunshine Whispers
Let your kids’ imagination run wild with this rainbow craft. It looks lovely and it’s so fun to make. You need an empty cereal box, pom-poms, satin craft ribbon, buttons, craft flowers, craft jewels in the colors of the rainbow, and a few other basic supplies
DIY Burlap Button Flower Garden Wall Art
Source: Artsy Craftsy Mom
Do your kids love crafting? If so, here’s a super cute button craft they can do. This burlap button canvas craft is made entirely out of buttons glued on a canvas. You can make only one or both projects presented in this tutorial. Just look how cute they look!
DIY Sweet Summer Watermelon Button Craft
Source: A Cultivated Nest
We all love summer! That’s why you need to welcome it properly – with a craft. This watermelon button craft is as cute as it can be, looking almost too real to eat. You can frame it and display it in your living room. Enjoy!
Fourth of July Craft With Buttons
Source: One Simple Party
Do you love button crafts? Awesome, because I have a great craft for you. This star button art is the perfect 4th of July craft. With some blue buttons and a bit of free time, you can show how proud you are of your country
DIY Owl Button Craft For Kids
Source: A Spectacled Owl
Teaching must always be fun if you want your kids to love learning. If you are teaching them about animals, here’s a craft that will come in handy when you talk about the nocturnal ones. This owl button craft is, of course, made entirely out of buttons and looks adorable. Frame it and put it on the shelves in your kids’ bedroom
St. Patrick’s Day Clover Button Art Tutorial
Source: Fleece Fun
Are you celebrating St. Patrick’s Day? Then, you need this clover button craft. You need some stretched canvas, green buttons, tiny beads, scrap paper, and a few other basic supplies. Frame it and place it on the shelf in your living room as a decoration
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Button Globe Craft For Kids
Source: Happiness is Homemade
Is your kid learning about planet Earth? It’s one of the most beautiful planets in the galaxy. And, here’s a craft you and your kid can make to learn more about the planet or use as a school project.
DIY Tic-Tac-Toe Travel Game Bag
Source: Premeditated Leftovers
Do your kids get bored on long car rides and do nothing but constantly ask “Are we there yet?” or nag to give them your smartphone? Most kids do. If you want to end the same old car discussion, take a game with you. You don’t need to buy any particular game, but a simple one like this tic-tac-toe game bag. It’s super easy to make and extremely fun. Check out the tutorial!
Button Apple Tree Craft
Source: Rhythms of Play
2020 showed us the importance of family, health, and crafts. It gave us much time to perfect our crafting skills. So, if you need a new and easy craft idea, check out this apple tree button activity
Christmas Button Cards
Source: The Best Ideas For Kids
Christmas is almost here, which means it’s time to send Christmas cards to your family and friends. If you don’t want the conventional, store-bought ones, you can make some yourself. And, these button cards are one of the best ideas ever! They are unique, easy to make, and so much fun
Button Snail Craft For Kids
Source: I Heart Arts n Crafts
Looking for a fun and educational craft for kids? Take a look at this button snail craft. It’s very easy to make as it uses an old CD, buttons in different colors, cardstock, and googly eyes! How easy?
Popsicle Stick Button Flag Kid Craft
Source: Make & Takes
Do you need some 4th of July decorations? Why not make some on your own. This popsicle stick button flag craft is perfect for the holiday. It looks really nice, it’s creative, develops your kids’ fine motor skills, and it’s simple. Can you ask for more?
Adorable Dragonfly Craft For Kids
Source: Frugal Fun 4 Boys
Do your kids enjoy crafting? If so, they’ll love this easy-peasy dragonfly craft. It’s made with pom-poms, popsicle sticks, pipe cleaners, buttons, and googly eyes. But, most importantly, it’s easy enough for preschoolers to create alone!
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Caterpillar Button Craft For Kids
Source: Books and Giggles
Whether you want to teach your kids about insects or they love the “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” book, this button craft is for you. It’s simple to make and mostly involves gluing smaller buttons on larger ones, so even toddlers and preschoolers can make it. How fun and educational!
I hope you found an activity that has inspired your next craft night. Your kids will be extra excited to create their button crafts. So pick an idea, or few, and get down to work!
Once you have your craft cleaned up and some downtime, check out the free printables I have below! These will help you get organized in different areas of your life. They will always be free to download and I am constantly working on making new ones!
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