Posted on Jul 04, 2013 | Comments 0
Usually people say that it is easier to babysit girls than to babysit boys. However, in this case you might need some babysitting craft ideas for girls. The good news is that there are a lot of ideas to choose from so you could do something different each day.
Beads aren’t only for jewelry. There are a lot of crafts you can use beads for. As an example, pick a smaller bowl and cover it with a non-sticky substance. Then apply a layer of glue and let the child glue beads together in the bowl. Let the glue dry and simply get the new bead-bowl out of the ceramic one.
You can use the previous one of the ideas for craft for girls’ babysitting with yarns as well. In case you have some yarn left that you’re not planning on using anymore, choose a bowl with a more interesting shape, add the substance and the glue and have the child stick the yarn in the glue.
If you have some canvas, you can use it for the babysitting craft ideas for girls. In arts and crafts shops you can find letters that you can stick to the canvas. Then apply some paint on the entire canvas and remove the letters to have your message on the canvas.
Another one of the craft ideas for babysitting girls that you might like is to create a candle holder with the help of twigs. You just need a glass candle holder and some dry twigs along with glue. All you have to do is to glue the twigs to the outer side of the candle holder. Gathering the twigs can be fun as well.
Make some art
The babysitting craft ideas for girls involve making art. As a simple idea you could think about getting a piece of canvas and painting it to a given color. Then place leaves or flowers on it and paint the entire canvas with another color. Remove the leaves in the end and you can already observe your piece of art.
This is one of the easiest babysitting craft ideas for girls. You just need a jar, some dark blue paint and a candle. Paint the inside of the jar dark blue and use a toothpick to create spots where there is no paint. Then place the candle in the jar, light it, and enjoy the multitude of stars.
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