Free Craft Projects.
We have now began our long awaited How to make page.
Below you will find a selection of free craft projects containing projects based around the national curriculum to help children with their homework. They are for you to make and do in your own time. They will range from Easy to hard depending on the time they take and the amount of components involved in making them. They are all our own designs and have been made by us and photographed in stages of construction to help show you what to do with clear step by step instructions to follow to completion.
We hope you enjoy making them as much as we did.
A Spring Daffodil:
In this quick and easy craft project you will be making a realistic looking Spring Daffodil like the ones in the picture. This is a great little project which requires the minimum amount of materials. It is very easy and would be ideal for the Easter holidays and spring celebrations, and best of all, it takes very little time.
In this craft project you will be making a skyscraper. It is simple to make and does not necessarily have to look like the one in the example. It is made using ordinary cardboard boxes of various shapes and sizes, so it can be constructed any way you like and would be ideal for a school art project or for you to make an imaginary city by making several of them.
The Louvre in Paris France:
This is a great little project which requires the minimum amount of materials. It is very easy and would be ideal for a school art project either on France or the Louvre art gallery.
An Egyptian Pyramid:In this craft project you will be making a realistic miniature version of an Egyptian Pyramid . This is a great little project which requires the minimum amount of materials.
WWII Anderson Shelter
In this 5 part tutorial you will make a model WWII bombshelter made famous during the battle of Britain and popularly known as an Anderson Shelter.
Queen Cleopatra's Crown
In this quick and easy tutorial you will be making a Cobra crown like the ones worn by Queen Cleopatra in Ancient Egypt.
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