Great ideas for kids that use contact paper. Cute toddler craft ideas!

37 Things To Make With Contact Paper

Krokotak flower panels nature craft for kids

Krokotak flower panels nature craft for kids. How to make flower panels from real flowers, cardboard & plastic wrap.

Take a nature walk and create a collage on self-adhesive clear contact paper

Take a nature walk. Then create a collage on self-adhesive clear contact paper and display on a window.

A fun spring craft to make with the kids! Using tissue paper and black construction paper, this butterfly looks like it's made from stained glass.

Stained Glass Butterfly Craft

A fun spring craft to make with the kids! Using tissue paper and black construction paper, this butterfly looks like its made from stained glass.

How to Make Simple Autumn Leaf Suncatchers

Autumn Leaf Suncatchers

These beautiful autumn leaf suncatchers are made with transparent contact paper and fresh autumn leaves. Easy & gorgeous, this nature craft is for all ages.

Autumn art from the garden classroom | NurtureStore

Autumn art from the garden classroom

Contact paper and sticks make a great sticky frame piece of artwork! Love this, change contact paper when it's full, put at different levels so toddlers, preschool, and school age can reach.

These fun kids contact paper crafts for every month will keep kids busy all year round! Simple, cheap craft ideas with suncatchers, mandalas and flowers.

Seasonal Contact Paper Crafts for Every Month

These fun kids contact paper crafts for every month will keep kids busy all year round! Simple, cheap craft ideas with suncatchers, mandalas and flowers.

LOVE this craft! Fall color leaf sun-catchers that will brighten up your home while also being a fun craft for the kids.

Kid Fall Craft: Beautiful Leaf Suncatchers

Crafters of all ages will enjoy learning how to make gorgeous Rainbow Heart Suncatchers with tissue paper and glue, perfect for Valentine's Day!  via @HTTP://www.pinterest.com/fireflymudpie/

Rainbow Heart Suncatchers

Alternative Campfire Idea - Use 1 piece of contact paper. Kids fill in with fire colored tissue paper. We put the second side on and they cut it out in the shape of fire. We provide some brown construction paper or foam for logs and glue to the bottom.

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