Kids' paper crafts are perfect for a rainy day, or any time you want to have a little together time. These stationery crafts for kids are especially great because they encourage kids to correspond and communicate with friends, relatives, and the world around them.
These kids' stationery crafts are made using simple materials found around the house. Your family might even help save a tree or two by making paper crafts with grocery bags, magazines, brochures, and old maps that otherwise might end up in the trash.
So gather up the paper, scissors, glue sticks, tape, and markers. It's time to learn how to make your very own stationery.
Learn how to make homemade diaries, greeting cards, envelopes, and more on the following pages:
Create a personalized notebook for your kids to record important events and experiences.
Take pictures from magazines and turn them into pretty wrappers for letters.
Put those piles of old maps, placemats, and brochures to good use.
Send a special greeting to your favorite friends and relatives.
Make your own set of coordinating note cards and envelopes for "thank you" cards and correspondence.
In the next section you'll learn how to make a beautiful handmade diary in which kids can record their daily thoughts.