I’ve already shared a back to school photo frame craft with you, but I wanted to do another, more simple craft too, one that Aria could get involved with. My all time favourite toddler craft is decoupage, it is simple, Aria loves it and can do the majority of it by herself, and it doesn’t matter if she makes a mess.
For this craft you will need assorted colourful/patterned paper of your choice, a blank photo frame, clear glue and stickers to decorate (optional).
Cut your paper up into small, toddler friendly pieces, there is absolutely no need to keep the size and shape uniform.
Coat the plain frame with clear glue and leave your toddler to stick the paper onto the frame, the messier the better.
Once they have finished sticking (if you can tear them away!) coat the frame with more clear glue.
At this point you can either leave your frame to dry or add a few more embellishments on such as number stickers, stars, and buttons.
Set your frame to the side and leave to dry (much to your toddler’s disappointment). Once the frame has dried trim the edges and pop a photo into your finished frame.
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*Disclosure – I am a Bostik Blogger and receive a small box of crafts each month in exchange for a themed tutorial – the theme this month is Back to School*
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