These emoji crafts for kids are fun to make. This is a sponsored post.
My kids and I are having so much fun with Orange Art Box, a monthly craft subscription box for kids. Each month you receive a box packed with arts & craft supplies, as well as suggested project ideas.
I like to challenge my kids to “think outside the box” and make something using the supplies without seeing the suggested project ideas. Last month they wowed me with the projects they made using supplies from the August box. This month they blew me away once again with their creativity using supplies from the September Orange Art Box.
This month’s theme is emoji crafts for kids. Check out all the fun supplies that came in the box! There are wood pieces to paint and craft with, self adhesive magnets, google eyes, paint, brushes, stickers, and even a fuzzy emoji bouncy ball! You and your kids can make magnets, clips, and even a light that actually lights up!
My kids and I sat down with our two guinea pigs to have our second Craft Off. Max paired up with Speedy, and Juliana teamed up with Raven. The guinea pigs did a great job providing project inspiration along with lots of entertainment. Check out the short video we made of our crafting antics so you can see exactly what I’m talking about! This video also gives you a closer look at all the great products inside the September Orange Art Box.
Juliana’s piggy partner, Raven, inspired her to make a guinea pig magnet. I love the way she used bottle caps to make the ears! She also had fun mixing the different paints that were provided to create new colors, which she used to paint a pretty rainbow. Both of these sweet magnets are on display on our metal art board, where they will help hold up other pieces of art that she makes.
Max was inspired to make Avengers Emojis. He painted the large emoji light purple (which he was tickled to learn could be made by mixing red and blue), and turned it into Thanos. He even made an Infinity Gauntlet for Thanos! Hulk emoji and Black Widow emoji are both attacking Thanos emoji in this “war” scene. This project is now a nightlight on Max’s night stand.
This month’s Box was great fun, and we cannot wait to see what comes in October! Check out Orange Art Box to learn more about the different subscription options as well as gifting options.