16 easy crafts for elderly ideas

40 Easy Crafts With Clothespins

These pretty clothespin gift sets are inexpensive to make and come with a very unique display holder. The perfect present for a variety of occasions they can be used for a many things from note and photo holders, to bag clips. One of many wonderful clothespin craft we have here on our site! So check out our wide collection of these 40 DIY easy crafts with clothespins showing you multiple ways to transform these little wood pegs into some unique,


Ice-cream Popsicle Sticks Coaster

Ice-cream Popsicle Sticks Coaster. Easy Handmade Home décor Idea. Easy enough to be planned as kids crafts. Great for developing Fine motor skills of elder kids #Kidscrafts #Popsicle #Crafts #Popsiclesticks #Icecream #Sticks #Crafts #Handmade #Coasters Today, we are going to learn how to make DIY Ice-cream Popsicle Sticks Coaster. I have seen very creative


Dice Games for the Elderly

Dice Games for the Elderly: Dice games are fun and versatile! They provide social opportunities and stimulate the senses. There are hundreds of easy and entertaining dice games that can be enjoyed. Dice games are fun and versatile! They provide social opportunities and stimulate the senses. In this article we cover: Dice Games for Dementia Care The Role of the Group Leader 3 Dice Games to Play




Easy Handmade DIY Suncatchers

I’m always on the lookout for EASY craft projects to do, especially ones that can double as gifts. I came across these suncatchers in the ar… I’m always on the lookout for EASY craft projects to do, especially ones that can double as gifts. I came across these suncatchers in the art room of The Jersey Momma’s Boy’s school. We were meeting there for cub scouts and I happened to see this awesome project on the sidelines that the teacher was working on (I’m sorry, Mrs. E, I didn’t mean to snoop in your stuff! I just couldn’t help but notice how pretty they were!) If you want to make them, too, all you need to do is follow these THREE easy steps (yup, that’s it!). So you want to make a suncatcher? If you want to make them for a gift, just be sure to plan ahead, because they need a few days to dry (at least 4 to 7 days, depending on how much glue you use). Here’s what you’ll need: -colored glass stones of any size or shape (you can find them at most craft stores or in the floral section of your local Walmart) -clean plastic lids from butter or sour cream (any container lid will do, but that’s the general size you want) -clear Elmer’s Glue -ribbon or fishing line for hanging Optional Step We decided to lay our stones out first to make sure our design fit before we glued everything down. This step is optional, but I recommend it so you know what your suncatcher will look like. Step 1. Now clear the stones off your lid off and squeeze some clear glue all over it (the flat side of the lid should be facing down- you need the edges of the lid up to hold your stones and glue in). Make sure it’s enough to coat the lid. Then start placing your stones down. *Note: if you made your design in advance and want to try to keep it as is without removing the stones, you can try placing a piece of cardboard over it and quickly flipping it over, then carefully lifting the lid to keep your stones in place, so you can re-set them on your gluey surface. But that takes a quick hand! Another option is to take a photo of the design you created with your phone, so you can just copy your design from the image when you go to place it in the gluey lid. I recommend making your stones touch, as that makes it much easier to pop out of the lid in one piece when it’s dry. The image below still needed a few stones added in between to close up the gaps, see? Step 2. After you finish your design, squirt some more glue around it/over it to solidify your design. Step 3. Let it dry, at least 3-4 days (mine took longer, more like 5 days). Do you know this was the hardest part for me? I am so impatient, I must’ve tried to pop it out of the lid at least four times before it was actually ready. You’ll know when it’s ready because it will start to peel away from the lid really easily. If you try to peel it away and you still see gluey strings or it still seems like it’s wet or stuck to the lid, let it dry more. If you have any gaps in your finished design, you can thread some ribbon or fishing wire through to hang it. If not, you can use a dab of hot glue (or even the clear glue) on the back of the suncatcher to place a ribbon on it. The suncatcher will be fairly heavy when complete, so you want to make sure the ribbon or string is secure before hanging. Oh, and save your lids! You might be tempted to toss them because they’re all gluey, but after the glue dries, it just peels right off (which is kind of cool, actually) and you can use the lid for another suncatcher. Jersey Momma Tips: -For some reason, The Jersey Momma’s Boy’s suncatcher dried much faster than mine. His took about three or four days. I don’t know if it was his design choice or the amount of glue, or what. – I was so impatient to get mine out of the lid and see my finished product that I did actually pop it out before it was ready. When I peeled it off the lid, the back was still a little tacky, so I left it to dry out of the lid with the back facing up. That seemed to do the trick. -Someone on Pinterest mentioned that the glue from their suncatcher melted in the sun. I have been making these for YEARS and I have many of them in direct sunlight and I have NEVER had any of them melt in the sun. I am wondering if the person who made them had one much like my son’s, that was possibly not dry completely when it was placed in the window (or they live someplace really hot?). The biggest issue I have seen with these over time (if they’re placed in full sunlight for long periods of time) is fading. -You can get super creative with these if you have a knack for patterns. This was the original design that I saw in Mrs. E’s classroom. Isn’t her finished product beautiful? You can get crafty from the comfort of your own home if you use my Amazon affiliate links below to buy all of your supplies! Then they’ll just show up right at your door.


Coffee Filter Butterflies

These classic coffee filter butterflies are SO EASY and so beautiful! This is such a great summer craft idea for kids and a fun low mess activity! It’s easy. It’s relatively low mess. It’s even a bit of a science experiment when you wet the coffee filter and watch the colours blend! These classic coffee filter butterflies are SO EASY to make and look so beautiful! This is such a great summer craft idea for kids and a super fun activity for a rainy day! It’s easy. It’s relatively low mess. It’s even a bit of a science experiment when you wet the coffee filter and watch the colours blend!


29 Of The BEST Crafts For Kids To Make (projects for boys & girls!)

A nice little roundup of fun and easy DIY crafts for kids to make that parents will actually enjoy doing too! Projects and activities for toddles all the way to teens! A nice little roundup of fun and easy DIY crafts for kids to make that parents will actually enjoy doing too! Projects and activities for toddles all the way to teens!




50 Amazing Craft Ideas for Seniors

Senior folks like to make crafts that are easy to make, and suitable to do with limited dexterity. Over 30 crafts for senior citizens in nursing homes. Simple craft projects ideas for older adults. Senior folks like to make crafts that are easy to make, and suitable to do with limited dexterity. Here over forty simple crafts for older adults or those who are in nursing homes.


Easy Sun Catchers with Coloring Pages

As a child, did you enjoy coloring books? Buy a couple of coloring books and create a design for this do-it-yourself sun catcher! #Crafts #ArtTherapy Make your own easy sun catchers with coloring pages in less than 15 minutes. Use your favorite coloring pages to create these pretty little summer crafts. This quick craft is a great project to make with a group like scouts or birthday parties. You can have the kids color coloring pages during the activity or bring …


30 Easy Craft Ideas That Will Spark Your Creativity (DIY Projects For Adults)

30 Easy Craft Ideas That Will Spark Your Creativity (DIY Projects For Adults) DYI easy quick project idea great for kids or elderly. Make as a gift or add it as a pop of color in your home. This would also work using Pom Poms. Make larger and use as a felt hot pad or trivet. These easy craft ideas for adults and teens are sure to inspire! In fact, many of them are charming enough to sell. Easy DIY craft ideas for the home, for fun, for gifts and more! Some of these would be perfect for Christmas or other holidays. A lot of awesome projects here!




Easy Handmade DIY Suncatchers

Easy DIY suncatchers- all you need is glue, a plastic lid and some gems! Instant gift! I’m always on the lookout for EASY craft projects to do, especially ones that can double as gifts. I came across these suncatchers in the art room of The Jersey Momma’s Boy’s school. We were meeting there for cub scouts and I happened to see this awesome project on the sidelines that the teacher was working on (I’m sorry, Mrs. E, I didn’t mean to snoop in your stuff! I just couldn’t help but notice how pretty they were!) If you want to make them, too, all you need to do is follow these THREE easy steps (yup, that’s it!). So you want to make a suncatcher? If you want to make them for a gift, just be sure to plan ahead, because they need a few days to dry (at least 4 to 7 days, depending on how much glue you use). Here’s what you’ll need: -colored glass stones of any size or shape (you can find them at most craft stores or in the floral section of your local Walmart) -clean plastic lids from butter or sour cream (any container lid will do, but that’s the general size you want) -clear Elmer’s Glue -ribbon or fishing line for hanging Optional Step We decided to lay our stones out first to make sure our design fit before we glued everything down. This step is optional, but I recommend it so you know what your suncatcher will look like. Step 1. Now clear the stones off your lid off and squeeze some clear glue all over it (the flat side of the lid should be facing down- you need the edges of the lid up to hold your stones and glue in). Make sure it’s enough to coat the lid. Then start placing your stones down. *Note: if you made your design in advance and want to try to keep it as is without removing the stones, you can try placing a piece of cardboard over it and quickly flipping it over, then carefully lifting the lid to keep your stones in place, so you can re-set them on your gluey surface. But that takes a quick hand! Another option is to take a photo of the design you created with your phone, so you can just copy your design from the image when you go to place it in the gluey lid. I recommend making your stones touch, as that makes it much easier to pop out of the lid in one piece when it’s dry. The image below still needed a few stones added in between to close up the gaps, see? Step 2. After you finish your design, squirt some more glue around it/over it to solidify your design. Step 3. Let it dry, at least 3-4 days (mine took longer, more like 5 days). Do you know this was the hardest part for me? I am so impatient, I must’ve tried to pop it out of the lid at least four times before it was actually ready. You’ll know when it’s ready because it will start to peel away from the lid really easily. If you try to peel it away and you still see gluey strings or it still seems like it’s wet or stuck to the lid, let it dry more. If you have any gaps in your finished design, you can thread some ribbon or fishing wire through to hang it. If not, you can use a dab of hot glue (or even the clear glue) on the back of the suncatcher to place a ribbon on it. The suncatcher will be fairly heavy when complete, so you want to make sure the ribbon or string is secure before hanging. Oh, and save your lids! You might be tempted to toss them because they’re all gluey, but after the glue dries, it just peels right off (which is kind of cool, actually) and you can use the lid for another suncatcher. Jersey Momma Tips: -For some reason, The Jersey Momma’s Boy’s suncatcher dried much faster than mine. His took about three or four days. I don’t know if it was his design choice or the amount of glue, or what. – I was so impatient to get mine out of the lid and see my finished product that I did actually pop it out before it was ready. When I peeled it off the lid, the back was still a little tacky, so I left it to dry out of the lid with the back facing up. That seemed to do the trick. -Someone on Pinterest mentioned that the glue from their suncatcher melted in the sun. I have been making these for YEARS and I have many of them in direct sunlight and I have NEVER had any of them melt in the sun. I am wondering if the person who made them had one much like my son’s, that was possibly not dry completely when it was placed in the window (or they live someplace really hot?). The biggest issue I have seen with these over time (if they’re placed in full sunlight for long periods of time) is fading. -You can get super creative with these if you have a knack for patterns. This was the original design that I saw in Mrs. E’s classroom. Isn’t her finished product beautiful? You can get crafty from the comfort of your own home if you use my Amazon affiliate links below to buy all of your supplies! Then they’ll just show up right at your door.


How to Recycle Plastic Bottles for Bird Feeders, Creative Ideas for Recycled Crafts

recycled crafts for kids and adults, handmade bird feeders recycling plastic bottles Making bird feeders for the back yard and garden is fun and easy craft ideas


Easy Bird Feeders – Cheerio Bird Feeders

Cheerios DIY Bird Feeders – simple crafts for kids As Winter is drawing nearer, the leaves fall from the tree and the colder weather draws in, we turn some of our attention to the wildlife around us – in particularly our feather friends. Making bird feeders in Winter (or any time of year actually), is a fun and simple activity to do with Kids. …




Rainy Day Paper Plate Umbrella Craft

Rainy Day Paper Plate Umbrella Craft – click here for an easy craft for preschoolers, paint dot craft, toddler activities, easy kids crafts Try this easy Rainy Day Paper Plate Umbrella Craft with your little ones on the next rainy day. It’s fun and very easy even for toddlers and preschoolers


Easy Sun Catchers with Coloring Pages

Make your own easy sun catchers with coloring pages in less than 15 minutes. Use your favorite coloring pages to create these pretty little summer crafts. This quick craft is a great project to make with a group like scouts or birthday parties. You can have the kids color coloring pages during the activity or bring …


30 Easy Craft Ideas That Will Spark Your Creativity (DIY Projects For Adults)

Easy DIY craft ideas for adults and teens– for the home, for fun, for gifts, to sell and more! Some of these would be perfect for Christmas or other holidays. A lot of awesome projects here! Listotic.com These easy craft ideas for adults and teens are sure to inspire! In fact, many of them are charming enough to sell. Easy DIY craft ideas for the home, for fun, for gifts and more! Some of these would be perfect for Christmas or other holidays. A lot of awesome projects here!




Craft Stick Bird Feeder an inexpensive option to replacing our bird feeders

Craft Stick Bird Feeder As an inexpensive option to replacing our bird feeders we have begun creating our own craft stick bird feeder. Perfect for the kids to make (and fill).