If you're looking for simple kids crafts with Mod Podge . . . you're at the right place! Some of you have come to the end of summer – and some of you aren't quite there yet. If you aren't quite there yet, don't worry, the kids are going back to school soon! Ha! Until then, and if you ever need some FUN and simple kids crafts for your littles, here are 20 Mod Podge projects they'll love. Click through the slideshow for a ton of great ideas.
Use yarn you already have in your stash with Mod Podge to make these fun and easy bowls.
Get the instructions at Queen Vanna Creations
Save trays from the grocery store, and let kids decorate them with paint, glitter and Mod Podge.
Shrink down children's art and use Play Doh lids to make it into mini magnets.
Use flower petals to create pretty butterflies – you can decorate cards and other things with them.
Where do your children store their books? Have them make their own crate using paint and Mod Podge.
Hot Air Balloons
This is one of my favorite simple kids crafts! Use a paper mache technique with Mod Podge to make these fun hot air balloon decorations.
You probably have a lot of children's artwork – let them make a useful project with it by making coasters.
See how they were made at Meet the Dubiens
Older children can make their own room decor very easily with a glass vase and tissue paper.
Egg Carton Art
Don't throw those egg cartons away – turn them into floral art with paint and Sparkle Mod Podge.
Keep your pickle jars and use fabric and Mod Podge to turn them into craft supply containers.
Use recycled milk cartons, paint and Mod Podge to make the cutest bird feeders ever.
Kids love learning how to yo yo! Let them decorate their own with paper and Mod Podge.
Kids love decorating those $1 birdhouses from the craft store with paper, fabric and Mod Podge.
I loved flying kites when I was little! Make a paper one easily using dowel rods and paper.
Turn an old coffee jug into useful money storage – with an added bonus of looking like an alien!
Recycle old mint containers by turning them into games you can take on the road.
Use an old cracker box and your favorite scrapbook papers to make a fun cuff bracelet.
Simple kids crafts includes recycled ideas! Make fun animal shapes, like this dog, out of old tissue boxes.
Use craft sticks, scrapbook embellishments and a whole bunch of other items from your stash to create this unique puppet theater.
Add kid friendly paint to Mod Podge to create shapes that you can put on the window – and they come off when you're done.