Are you looking to pick up some basic craft supplies to keep on hand for seasonal projects? Look no further. Here are my top 20 must have craft supplies for kids crafts, summer boredom busters, and holiday crafts! And don’t forget to enter the GIVEAWAY to win a $50 Oriental Trading gift card!
I found these darling popcorn boxes in a variety of colors that were perfect for our Zebra Corn (Copycat) recipe!
I keep my ribbon supply in stock by picking up seasonal ribbons and charms that are perfect for gift wrapping. You can get our recipe for crispy peanut butter truffles here.
I made these darling Random Acts of Kindness kits with the 8-11 year old girls at church and they were such a hit! I found an assortment of goodies and treats AND the boxes from Oriental Trading. We created a printable to go along with this, so stop on by this post for a fun and easy activity to do with the kids!
We hosted a preschool St. Patrick’s Day party 7 years ago and these little pots (that can be used for both Halloween AND St. Patrick’s Day) were a total hit!
Easter in a jar? Yes, please! We LOVE these plastic jars that Oriental Trading Sells. They are great for kids since they don’t break and are about the size of a small peanut butter Jar. We used them for our Scripture Cookies in a Jar activity as well.
And their CANDY. Oriental Trading sells a huge variety of candy and we’ve been impressed with everything we’ve ordered. I love their butter mints, jelly beans, lollipops, and chocolate mint patties.
I made road trip grab bags for my kids for our cross country road trip last summer to fight boredom on our 3500 mile trip.
We’ve made pots, jewelry boxes and banks with their DIY ceramics! Each set comes with 12 and are perfect for parties. We made these puppy banks at Kaylee’s Puppy Painting Party. A much more affordable alternative to Pottery studio bday party!
9.Party Tablescape Decor
How cute are those barn favor boxes? We filled them with rubber ducks, candy eggs, and other goodies at Ruby’s Pink Piggy Party. And those cute pig ice cream cones? Click through for more details on those. The ears and nose are made out of bubble gum!
11.DIY Plastic Ornaments
Two favorites here. I love their finger puppets. You can find them for pretty much every holiday and they are perfect for goodie bags! I used them in the next project that I’m sharing as well!
I made these Rudolph Ornaments for my Sunday school class for Christmas last year!
The plastic ornaments are easy to fill with candy and treats and you can customize them so many ways!
Again with those cute ornaments! We glued them to candy tins filled with a chocolate mint for our Reindeer Candy Tins. These tins are perfect for weddings, birthdays, baby showers and more.
Phew! Now who would like to order some of my favorite craft supplies? With a $50 gift card? All you have to do is enter the giveaway below. Good luck!