Craft Supply Spotlight: Scissors

Craft Supply Spotlight: Scissors

You can make almost anything with SCISSORS. They are a craft supply that is needed for a lot of different crafts. There are so many fun techniques that you can learn and try with scissors. Scissors are used for cutting out different shapes and sizes to make many different art projects. Cutting with scissors is also a great skill for little crafters to learn to do. It does take some practice but it's an important skill to learn and to have for crafting different projects.


Here are 8 craft projects using scissors: 

1. Simple Sesame Street Craft: Little ones can practice their cutting skills with this simple Sesame Street craft. Make Elmo, Big Bird, Oscar, and Cookie Monster with this tutorial from The Inspired Treehouse

2. Paper Plate Pigeon Toady Kid Craft: Do you like the movie Stork? You'll love this cutting craft. Cut up tissue paper into little squares to make this pigeon craft from Make and Takes

3. Cute Unicorn Craft for Fine Motor Scissor Skills: Your kids will have a blast crafting these cute little unicorns and won't even realize that they are practicing their fine motor scissor skills. It's a purposeful and fun craft idea from Sugar Aunts

4. Paper Plate Flower Craft: Use scissors to cut lines in a paper plate to form beautiful spring flowers. This is an easy craft from The Resourceful Mama for even the youngest crafters. 

5. Printable Preschool Cutting Busy Box: Your kids will learn how to use scissors in no time with these cutting activities from Fun With Mama.

 This busy box will keep them busy, entertained, and learning! It's a win for everyone involved. 

6. Heart Raccoon Craft for Kids: Craft a cute raccoon with this heart shaped cut-out tutorial from Crafty Morning. Cut out big and small shaped hearts for the head, eyes, and ears of the raccoon. 

7. Scissor skills / Straight lines / Mr Octopus: Use old toilet paper rolls and scissors to craft these adorable octopus people.

I love how cute this craft turns out. Minieco has the cutting instructions.

8. Cutting Paper Snowflakes with Kids: When it's too cold to play outside, bring the snowflakes inside with this cutting craft from Sugar Aunts. Fold paper, cut out shapes, and then unfold it to make pretty winter snowflakes.