Have a crafty girl that loves to create art? Browse through this collection of craft projects that little girls may especially enjoy. After you check out all the crafts on this page, there are plenty more craft projects to explore, sorted by age, theme, materials used, and much more.
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Here's how to recycle an almond can into an adorable cupcake craft. Use this step-by-step tutorial to make a cute cupcake that can hold all your treasures.
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Use a red pom-pom to create this sweet apple that is fun to wear. You can make one for yourself and then make one to give as a gift to your favorite teacher!
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You can make your very own colored bath salts, which makes a great gift for the holidays or a special birthday.
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These fun beaded bracelets are easy enough to make that you will not only want to make them for your friends, but also for yourself and everyone else you know.Continue to 5 of 49 below.
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Who wants to write with an ordinary pen when you can use one that looks like a lovely flower?
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Blue Jean Pocket Book
If you have an old pair of jeans, use them along with these instructions to make a small purse.
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Body Glitter Recipe
Instead of wasting money buying fancy body glitter, use this recipe to make your own.
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Bottle Cap Brooch
You can very easily create a fashionable brooch using a bottle cap and a few basic craft supplies that you likely have on hand.Continue to 9 of 49 below.
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Your little gal will have a grand time making an entire bouquet of these charming flowers. These look lovely when made with vintage buttons and also with brightly colored buttons.
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With the variety of buttons available, you can make dozens of these crafts and no two will be alike. Hint: If you have some extra buttons lying around but no elastic thread or stretch cord, you can use dental floss in a pinch.
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Any girl would love making these Candy Kiss flowers for all of their family and friends. We bet you can't make just one!
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Cat Craft Foam Visor
Follow these directions and learn how you can decorate a visor to look like a cat using little more than craft foam.Continue to 13 of 49 below.
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CD Daisy Puppet
Upcycle materials with this clever craft -- girls can make their own puppets by recycling a sock, a CD, and a paper plate.
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Cell Phone Pouch
Discover how easy it is to make a personalized case for your cell phone out of a simple bit of felt material.
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Clay Pot Baby
Girls will have fun crafting their own babies out of clay pots and craft supplies.
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Clay Pot Ladybug
You can make one of these ladybugs using black and red paint, or you can experiment with different colors.Continue to 17 of 49 below.
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Follow these instructions and your little gal can craft a cute angel using a clothespin and a few craft supplies. You can make this angel to hang on a Christmas tree or to hang anywhere else.
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Supply your girls with some old fashioned clothespins, some embroidery floss, and these directions and watch them create their own little people.
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Coffee Filter Flower
Go raid the coffee cupboard and follow these directions to make pretty, watercolor-inspired flowers out of coffee filters.
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Here's how you can make your own cupcake charms out of shrink plastic. These are equally as fun to wear as they are to make!Continue to 21 of 49 below.
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Dangling Bead Pencil
Learn how to personalize your pencils using ribbon and beads. You can use your school spirit colors or write special messages.
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Use these printable templates to make your own set of paper dolls. This collection includes dolls, clothing, and fun accessories.
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Dried Flower Sachet
Once your picked flowers start to wilt, learn how you can use them to make your dresser drawers smell sweet.
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Experiment with a variety of craft supplies and fabric to decorate your notebooks and journals.Continue to 25 of 49 below.
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Fairy Dust Necklace
Fill a little bottle with glitter or colorful beads, and you can wear this fairy dust necklace everywhere you go.
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Fairy Flower Crown
Little girls (and even older girls) will have a lot of fun making these headbands out of silk flowers and ribbon.
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Dress up your garden by making some fun fairy houses to display. You can craft a single house or make an entire town.
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Follow these craft instructions and you can use duct tape to create a fashionable wallet, a fancy clutch, a funky bracelet, and much more -- the possibilities are endless!Continue to 29 of 49 below.
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Here is a classic craft that any little girl will enjoy making. Learn how to make personalized dolls using a clothespin and embroidery floss.
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Ladybug Craft Foam Visor
Find out how easy it is to decorate a craft foam visor so it looks like a ladybug you can wear.
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Let girls experiment with making their own beads out of magazine pages, junk mail, and any other colorful paper.
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Message in the Bottle Cap
Follow these directions and learn how you can make magnets, or even necklace pendants, that shares a special message.Continue to 33 of 49 below.
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Have some fun practicing and learning simple sewing skills by recycling a colorful necktie into a usable coin purse or cell phone case.
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Use the pattern shared here to craft an apron out of a large piece of paper.
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Discover how easy it is to make colorful butterflies you can hang all over your bedroom or playroom.
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Pine Cone Angel
Go outside, gather some pine cones, and then turn them into adorable little angels perfect for the holiday season.Continue to 37 of 49 below.
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Potted Tissue Flowers
Girls will have fun making these tissue paper flowers, and then you can let them personalize the pots they will put them in.
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Discover how easy it is to make lovely pictures using your own pressed flowers. These are great to use for gifts, cards, book covers, and much more.
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Learn how you can create a colorful picture frame using craft sticks and puzzle pieces. You can hang this frame on the wall or attach a magnet to the back and put it on the refrigerator.
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Recycled Garden Craft
One girl's trash is another girl's treasure! Here's how to create a lovely garden out of ordinary trash items.Continue to 41 of 49 below.
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Be careful, you might just get addicted to making these cute little ladybugs! All you need to make one is a rock, black and red paint, and two wiggle eyes.
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Start out by having fun making sewing cards and then have even more fun practicing your sewing technique by weaving them together.
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You can buy clay or mix up a batch of clay and then use a cookie cutter and glitter to make this star shaped pendant or ornament.
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Most girls I know, and women too, would love to be able to make purses that match every outfit they own. This easy pattern will help you do just that.Continue to 45 of 49 below.
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Soap Petal Craft
Check out these directions and learn how you can easily make decorative soaps that look like flower petals.
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Soda Pop Can Baby
Let your girls start out by crushing a can and then they can use paint and some other craft supplies to turn them into swaddled babies.
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Stenciled Love Jeans
Spread the love with this super easy tutorial on how to make stylish, stenciled jeans.
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Syrup Bottle Angel
Learn how to use an ordinary pancake syrup bottle to make a decorative angel using a variety of craft supplies.Continue to 49 of 49 below.
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Toilet Paper Roll Flower
The simple instructions shared here will teach you how to use an ordinary toilet paper roll to make a cute flower.