8 Cool pirates DIY projects

Viewing 8 out of 8 projects

  1. How to Make Old-Fashioned Newspaper Party Hats

    How to Make Old-Fashioned Newspaper Party Hats

    Hats are for partying and this is an easy fun hat to make with your kid. Have fun!

    Arts & Crafts Ideas

  2. Pirate Flags

    Pirate Flags

    This is a great craft to talk about how pirate flags were to scare merchant ships so that the pirates could take over the ship...

    Arts & Crafts Ideas

  3. Walnut Boat

    Walnut Boat

    Everything becomes a boat to my two-year-old. This was a fun surprise for him and the fact that they actually floated got my five-year-old pretty...

    Science Projects for Kids

  4. Rocks to Gems

    Rocks to Gems

    My children have been into pirates lately and seem to always be discovering treasures. Since we have more rock collections in this house than we...

    Arts & Crafts Ideas

  5. Making Tea Paper for Maps, Journals and More

    Making Tea Paper for Maps, Journals and More

    Use tea bags on white paper to make paper look old and worn. Great for designing pirate maps, pioneer journals, old posters and more!

    Arts & Crafts Ideas

  6. Tea-Stained Treasure Maps

    Tea-Stained Treasure Maps

    Working with materials that are normally not touched is oh-so-appealing for my children. When I brought our tea bags for this craft, they were intrigued...

    Arts & Crafts Ideas

  7. Pirate Telescope Spotting Game

    Pirate Telescope Spotting Game

    For little explorers and pirates alike, the telescope is an essential play accessory. And kids certainly know how to convert a tube into a scope!...

    Arts & Crafts Ideas

  8. Popsicle Stick Pirate Ship

    Popsicle Stick Pirate Ship

    No pirate is complete without his or her boat. We decided to have some fun building popsicle stick boats so my little adventurer could discover...

    Arts & Crafts Ideas