Succulents and cacti are all the rage right now, so try this cute toothpick craft with kids. Make a cool cactus that requires no water!
Skills Required: Beginner. Adults can do this craft, and also children. I recommend that kids 8+ attempt this craft because of the toothpicks. If you want to do it with young kids, just make sure it’s supervised.
Hello! It’s Megan from Homemade Ginger back with another fun tutorial. We’ve been doing a lot of fun summer crafts around here lately, like this slime recipe and this ice cream stick photo frame. I’ve gone another one for you, and this time it’s a cactus craft. I just think it’s too cute!
Succulents and cacti are all the rage right now, why not let the kids make some that require no maintenance? These would look adorable sitting on a bookshelf in a playroom and are so addicting to make!
Toothpick Craft for Kids
Gather These Supplies
- Styrofoam Balls
- Mini Terra Cotta Pots
- Mod Podge Matte
- Tissue Paper
- Foam Brush
Step One: Begin by putting a layer of Mod Podge on your Styrofoam ball with a foam brush. Place some tissue paper on the ball and add more Mod Podge on top. Once it’s dry, you can add more layers of tissue paper and Mod Podge if desired.
Step Two: Paint your toothpicks. To make painting easier, you can stick the toothpicks in an extra
Styrofoam ball while applying paint. When the paint is dry, cut or break the toothpicks
Step Three: Stick your toothpicks in the dried Styrofoam ball.
Step Four: If desired, paint the terra cotta pots. When they are dry, place the toothpick cactuses in
the pots and enjoy!
I hope you will make some of these friendly little cacti whether you have kids or not!