Hi Folks! It’s a new month and a new material in our ongoing Materials Series. For the past two months we tinkered with Clay and Ceramics. This month’s material is modern, colorful, and versatile; to quote The Graduate, “Plastics.”
Think plastics are too complicated to incorporate into creating? Think again! Products like perler (hama) beads, contact paper, duct tape, recycled bottles, vinyl, sponges, tubing and more are all plastic products that are perfect for science, art, and design projects for kids! To wet your appetite for all things plastic I rounded up 16 projects from around the web, including a bunch from the Rockin’ Art Moms. Oh the color!
16 Colorful Plastic Crafts for Kids
If this has you interested in all the fun you can have with plastic crafts for kids, be sure to follow our Plastic Crafts Pinterest Board where I’ll be pinning lots of projects exploring the wonders of plastic this month!
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