Bead Crafts and Jewelry Crafts for Kids

Bead crafts and jewelry crafts for kids are perfect for the little crafter in your household! From standard button bead crafts for kids to more complicated rose petal bead tutorials, these crafts will help your child create something beautiful to wear or play with. Beyond jewelry crafts for kids, there are also creative crafts that repurpose recycled materials and even food to make something unique for your crafter. There are even tutorials on how to make futuristic cyber jewelry and hardware bead crafts for kids. Try these fun activities with your child and prepare to make a fashion statement with some great DIY jewelry!

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Make corn kernel necklaces this fall and help build your child's hand-eye coordination along with her fine motor skills.
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Your child will enjoy feeling independent and creative as she develops her fine motor skills while making this necklace using just yarn and colored straws.
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Start a unique tradition with your fourth grader; bake and paint one-of-a-kind Olympic pins--out of salt dough!
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Help your teen use scrap hardware to make punk-style jewelry that lets her own unique style shine.
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In this arts and crafts activity, help your kindergartener make friendship bracelets with just safety pins, elastic, and some colorful beads.
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Make a friendship bracelet with your child this Mother's Day or the next time she is looking for a fun project to do!
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Celebrate the Olympic Games this year with this fun and easy 3rd grade arts and crafts activity: make Olympic ring bracelets using just tape and colored string.
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This bottle cap jewelry project is a fun way to add personal style to your pre-teen's wardrobe without breaking the bank or battling mall crowds.
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Save the tiny tiles from the iconic board game and reuse them as a statement of scholarly style by making them into a crafty piece of jewelry.
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Transfer your child's artwork onto clothing using an iron-on transfer. It's easier than it sounds, and your child will love wearing his artwork!
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In this simplified activity, your young child can make her own Rasta-style necklace using beads and any type of shell
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Add a little island flavor to your next lazy afternoon with a Hawaiian arts and craft project!
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Help your child sleep easy with this gorgeous paper plate dream catcher.
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Help your middle schooler create a keepsake for her friend: a safari-themed, personalized necklace that can't be found in stores!
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Upcycle old paint chip samples from hardware stores or paint shops to create beautiful, funky pieces of custom-made jewelry!
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Have your child try her hand at creating a colorful, beaded necklace that's not only stylish, but also tells a story.
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This flower necklace will have your child practicing patterns, repetition and tracing. Plus, it's so colorful and cute that it makes the perfect gift.
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This craft has your child creating unique earrings and necklaces from self-hardening clay and acrylic paint.
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Turn your child's favorite fruits and vegetables into an edible necklace!
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Make unique and pretty bracelets using that all-purpose mainstay of crafts and home repair: duct tape!

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