Pride month: rainbow craft ideas for children
June is Pride Month and as we've been busy talking with our kids about the LBGTQ+ community, we're in the mood to jazz up our windows and homes with these rainbow crafts so we can show our support. Happy Pride Month, all!
Rainbow necklaces and magnets
The perfect rainbow craft for older kids, these gorgeous necklaces and magnets (pictured above) are just the thing to brighten any cloudy day. Head over (the rainbow) to Made by Tamalia for the how to make lowdown.
Rainbow finger painting
It's gonna get messy, but look how pretty this fingerprint rainbow is by DLTK Kids. Just make sure you use paint that's not going to stay on ickle fingers forevermore!
Rainbow paper plate craft
We still have a whole load of paper plates leftover from all the cancelled birthday parties, so we're putting them to good use with this colourful rainbow number by Baker Ross.
Rainbow pom poms
What's Up Moms show us how to get old school and make our own pom poms, rainbow style. We had forgotten how much fun it was to make these little balls of crafty fun!
Easy to make and lovely to look at, this rainbow paper craft by Let's Try This At Home will make for a bright and happy crafternoon with the kiddos.
With a constant fear of our little ones coming a cropper right now, and ending up having to go to A&E, we've joined the fun police and banned our kids from using their trampoline at the moment. To appease their rage a tad, we've decorated it instead. We love this particular one by Mama Papa Bubba.
We think these pots of rainbow salt are utterly gorgeous. Head over to Flax & Twine for the full deets.
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Top image by Made by Tamalia