Pipe Cleaner Crafts
Pipe cleaners are one of those craft cupboard essentials and pipe cleaner crafts are quick and mess free, making them very handy for group activities.
This is such a cute craft to make! It's perfect to make in the summer as part of a butterfly project and if you have any magnetic tape, you could make it into a fridge magnet.
All you need is 3 pipe cleaners and a piece of ribbon to make these cute Christmas tree decorations - and they should last longer than real candy canes!
Decorate your bags and satchels with these super easy pipe cleaner and bead bag tags - perfect for kids to make for school, or as gifts for friends and family.
These pipe cleaner daffodils are really fun to make. Twirling the pipe cleaners was a good exercise for little fingers, but some adult help was needed with younger children when it came to putting the daffodils together.
The photo doesn't really do this pretty pipe cleaner flower card justice I'm afraid! Playing with pipe cleaners is a lovely activity for little hands but younger children may need some help putting the petals together.
These pipe cleaner hearts are a simple little craft for kids for Valentine's Day, but they are fun to make and very effective. A good craft for all ages.
This pipe cleaner nest is a quick and easy Easter craft for kids of all ages, and it's perfect for keeping a few mini chocolate eggs - and maybe a chick - safe!
Get even the youngest kids involved with this simple collage craft of the Olympic rings. But it is also an excellent craft for illustrating how the rings interlink and their relationship to each other.
Here's a clever way to make a rose from pipe cleaners - and we warn you that it can become quite addictive! We've used white pipe cleaners for a white rose, but you could of course use red, pink or orange and make roses for Mother's Day or Valentine's Day.
Model this pipe cleaner skeleton with your kids - a quick and easy Halloween craft! You could make a whole collection of these and have them hanging in a window or sitting on a shelf or window sill to welcome guests!