23 DIY Projects That Will Blow Your Kids’ Minds
DIY yourself into the best parent ever.
1. Transform an old entertainment center into a kid’s dream play kitchen.
2.Thrill your little Anna, Elsa, or Kristoff with a batch ofFrozensilly putty
Learn how to make some here.
3.Turn travel into a blast with this portable Lego kit.
Check out the tutorial here.
4.Lego loving kids will flip over this wall storage, too.
I don’t know if everything is awesome, but this certainly is. Find the DIY here.
5.You know what else is awesome? This Lego table!
6.Is your kid a fan ofThe Little Mermaid? If so, their jaw will drop over this decoration.
Learn how to make a room look like it’s under the sea here
7.Whip up some glow in the dark playdough.
It’s all natural, too. Find the how-to here.
8.Turn a regular fan into an amazing rainbow one.
Rainbow or not, your voice will still sound like Darth Vader. Find the how-to here.
9.Ediible playdough is pretty incredible, too.
Find the tutorial here along with a link to a how-to for making ice cream playdough.
10.This indoor baby swing is guaranteed to impress your toddler.
Not feeling this ambitious? You can buy something similar here.
11.This airplane swing for the backyard will seriously impress little ones, too.
Find out how to build one yourself here.
12.Older kids, meanwhile, will want this skateboard swing in their yard. Like, now.
Why didn’t our parents think of this stuff? Learn how to DIY your own here.
13.Make this fluffy stuff so even California kids can experience a snowball fight this winter.
Learn how to make it here
14.Set up a robot building play station.
Perfect for parties or an afternoon activity.
15.Confetti paint takes painting to the next level.
Find the how-to for this awesome paint here.
16.This pumpkin moon sand DIY is a total win this time of year.
Learn how to make it here.
17.Making a bucket’s worth of sand slime will win you some serious cool points, too.
Find the tutorial here.
18.Turn a regular bath into a super cool polka dot one.
Don’t tell your kids, but there’s an educational component to this one, too. Learn more here.