Coffee Filter CraftsCoffee filter crafts are such a classic way to create with kids. The thin texture of coffee filters makes a great material for cutting, painting, and folding. Share It Saturday is all about ways to create using coffee filters. The feature post for this week are these gorgeous watercolor coffee filter flowers from Hands On As We Grow. Children love making this classic craft so when we saw them linked up in Share It Saturday this week, we knew we had to explore all of the other creative ways to craft using coffee filters!
Coffee Filter Craft ideas for kids:This Salad Spinner Art from Babble Dabble Do looks like a ton of fun.
If you like sun catchers, make these snails from No Time for Flash Cards or Suncatchers from Artsy Momma
This He's Got the Whole World in His Hands craft from I Can Teach My Child is lovely.
The classic Butterfly Craft (Your Modern Family) is a sure hit with kids.
Make something different and try a garland of doves from Inner Child Fun.
Create a peacock craft from Glued to My Crafts or Poppies from Happy Hooligans.
Another flower idea is this vibrantly colored flower craft from Fun at Home With Kids.
We loved making these circus tent crafts with coffee filters when we were on a circus kick last year.
Have you made any crafts using coffee filters? Share them with us on our Facebook page. We would love to see what you've been up to!
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AND be sure to stop by our guest host for the month of March, Blayne from House of Burke.