Bubble Wrap Activities
All things Bubble Wrap - Printing - Rolling Pins - Animals - Indoor Games and more.
Roll a Bubble Wrap Rainbow is the perfect project to get all of your kids working together this Spring. We are gearing up for St Patrick’s Day as well over here, so we added on our very own little pot of god (just in case the boys don’t manage to catch a Leprechaun in their traps!).
Do you like to craft with BUBBLE WRAP? It is our favourite JUNK material to re-use in our arts and crafts.Have a go at our Wheels on the Bus inspired bubble wrap bus craft, with wheels that really do go round and round.
The ultimate Junk Art project - Make Bubble Wrap Jellyfish. Are you looking for a new craft project that ALL of your kids can enjoy doing together? Gather your left over bubble wrap, grab some googly eyes and set them the task of creating their own Bubble
It hasn’t stopped raining all day and your kids are getting tired and cranky. You really have to prepare the dinner, so you need a fun boredom buster that you can set up quickly and that will amuse all of your kids. You need to try our Bubble Wrap Play Mat. A great indoor activity for a rainy day.
Are you looking for a quirky new DIY ornament for your Christmas Tree or a unique gift for a loved one this year? Our Christmas Bubble Wrap Salt Dough Decorations are simple enough for kids to make and the results are showstopping.
Christmas wreaths are not just for your front door. They look great indoors as well. Especially when your own kids have made them. Our Simple Bubble Wrap Holly Wreaths are also a great way to re-use all of that bubble wrap arriving with your Christmas shopping.
Do you love to use ordinary house-hold materials in your activities? Have you tried using Bubble Wrap? It is is our all-time favourite junk art material. Some of our best (and most popular) posts on the blog so far have been Bubble Wrap Crafts. It's perfect to use in kids arts and crafts activities and it is surprising how many different use you can find for it.