DIY for kids: 4 favorite ideas to imitate

DIY für Kinder: Eis-Einladungskarten Most beautiful invitation cards in the world? Favorite wardrobe far and wide? Absolutely, we are there! And preferably very unique. Because there are so many beautiful things that you can make or embellish yourself. Regardless of whether it is furnishing, decoration or party accessories - if we lend a hand, it will definitely be individual! Also Kleine Prints founder Eva Malawska has long been in the DIY fever and today shares a few of her favorite DIY ideas for children and families that she has already tested:

Ice cream invitation cards for children's birthday

I have the idea for the ice cream invitation cards at Pinterest found and implemented for Lotta's fourth birthday. The invitation cards were very well received everywhere. The kids loved them and even played with them later. Also on Instagram they became one of my most popular pictures ever! No wonder, because these invitation cards are just totally individual, beautiful to look at and so easy to make. I also had a lot of fun doing handicrafts myself, to be honest, I didn't even let Lotta help. Oops. You can find my step-by-step instructions here including a stylish template for the ice cream invitation cards. Have fun with it!

Homemade piñata

Lotta's father (and my friend) Nils also made the piñata for Lotta's fourth birthday. The idea for this comes from the book "Playtime. 25 imaginative projects to play with and create"* by blogger Merrilee Liddiard (published by Christophorus Verlag). We generally make something from this book quite often, because the ideas and the instructions are just super stylish and cool; Just like me, the author has very high design standards. Not kitschy at all, very modern and yet always extremely child-friendly! I just love the book and can only recommend it from the bottom of my heart. DIY für Kinder: Pinata

Ikea IVAR hack

I got the idea for the IVAR hack on the blog of Prettypegs found. (The company idea is great, by the way: Prettypegs offers various feet with which you can easily customize your Ikea furniture ... stop by if you are interested in the topic!) Anyway, I was looking for a nice cupboard for Lotta's nursery and came across Prettypegs, which are also really great Blog to have. I thought the IVAR was great and we simply recreated it and papered it on the inside. Also super simple, individual and sooo beautiful!

Easy unicorn costume

This costume was a hit on a children's birthday party that Lotta was a guest at earlier this year. The birthday child's mom has made a little unicorn costume for each child. She also found the idea for this on Pinterest. (Where else.) The costume consisted of different colored tulle, which was sewn together and made into a "tail" with a rubber band. The hard-working woman has used simple hairbands as the headboard, to each of which she has attached a "horn" consisting of a cardboard tube with golden construction paper. The horn was decorated with glitter and again with tulle. In any case, the children totally celebrated the costumes and were allowed to take them home as gifts. Fittingly, this children's birthday was even shortly before Mardi Gras! Great thing. On Pinterest you will find various instructions for unicorn costumes ... including ours Pinboard "Little Costumes". DIY für Kinder: Ikea IVAR HackDIY für Kinder: Einhornkostüm selber nähen

Make your own favorite game

With our Memo game for children you bring a very individual favorite game home! Find your 12 favorite motifs, choose one of our stylish back designs and get started! Then nothing stands in the way of the very individual joy of playing in the children's room! Kleine Prints Memospiel. Schöne Kinderbilder mit dem Memospiel von Kleine Prints zum Lieblingsspiel machen

More DIY for kids

You can find more ideas for great DIY handicrafts on our Pinterest pin boards "Small tinkering" "Small party" and "Small Spaces" - Have fun with it! Another extra tip: Just subscribe to our great newsletter, the Kleine Sonntagspost, and you will regularly receive exciting, helpful and entertaining stories about the photo-loving life with children in your e-mail inbox!

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