How to make racing car made from old toothpaste box

In daily life, there are often many discarded boxes that can be turned into waste when they are fully utilized. Today we come to look at a waste making use of two hand-made – toothpaste box making cars.

So how do you use a toothpaste box to make a car?

The first step: Prepare the necessary equipment, they are toothpaste boxes, four small caps, double-sided adhesive, scissors, plasticine, straws, etc.;

The second step: cut the toothpaste box as shown in the picture;

The third step: the use of double-sided adhesive to fix it, as shown in the fixed figure;

Step 4: Make the car’s head and tail with excess paper;

Step 5: Put the clay into the cap and use a straw as the axle;

Step 6: Fix the wheel to the body;

Step 7: The handsome car will finish slightly.

Hope you like this step by step tutorial of kid’s racing car.

How to Make a Popsicle Sticks House

In this tutorial, we are making our Popsicle Stick House or mini houses from popsicle sticks or we called ice cream stick.

It is simple and easy fairy house project that you can do it yourself to make as toys for kids or school projects. These crafts materials are easy to find and fun to make.

This popsicle stick crafts are the easy crafts for adults and also crafts for kids. We hope it can improve your crafts ideas.

Crafts items we used:
– A bunch of popsicle sticks (colourful)
– Glue to attach the sticks together
– small saw and scissor to cut the sticks
– Patience (because it take time to make)

Hope you like this Popsicle stick House.

DIY Home Decor With Paper Quilling Art

Quilling art always favorite amongst kids as an easy quilling art project for kids, takes less time and yields quick and colorful results.

Quilling patterns and quilling designs cover a wide range of themes from nature and lifestyle. Quilling craft ideas can be anything from making a wall decor to wall frames using quilling art to creating designs for elegant Quilling Home decor and DIY Crafts!

Step 1: Material Required

Required material for making this fabulous art:

  • Thermocol balls
  • Scissors
  • Pencil
  • Cardboard
  • Scale
  • Quilling strips
  • Glittered paper
  • Colored papers

Step 2: Make the Base for Your Craft!

Begin your Quilling art, with a cardboard in the dimensions of 45 cm by 28 cm lengthwise by breadth wise respectively.

Take glitter paper in black and white color in A4 size and paste them on the cardboard using adhesive and making the cardboard look half black and half white lengthwise as shown above.

Draw the rough outline of the Duck’s body on the glitter paper.

Step 3: Make Colorful Coils.

Take a pink quilling strip and with the help of a quilling needle make a closed coil. Give it the shape of a tear drop and make multiple tear drop shaped coils in colors of sky blue, cyan, baby pink and saffron.

Start pasting the tear shaped coils in the shape of a duck giving it an outline in baby pin coils, and continue the second half in colors of sky blue, mint green and saffron.

Step 4: Add Detailing!

Join 2 quilling strips of dark green and sap green color and make a closed coil. Loosen it a little and give it the shape of a leaf by tapering it from one end. Make multiple leaves combining different shades of green.

Arrange and paste these leaves on both the side of the duck in a plant like pattern.

Step 5: Your Quilling Craft Is Ready!

Watch Full video tutorial here:

Hope you like this quilling art tutorial.


Rainbow-themed spring art projects for kids

I love rainbows any time of the year, but they always make me think of spring. It’s probably because the bursts of colors are perfect as we’re seguing away from the drearier days of winter.


1. Tissue paper rainbow art puzzle | Fun-A-Day
2. Rainbow spin art | Babble Dabble Do
3. Painting a rainbow on plexiglass | Twodaloo
4. Black glue and salt watercolor rainbow | Mess for Less
5. Rainbow sticky window art | Building Blocks and Acorns
6. Racing rainbow painting with cars | Fantastic Fun and Learning
7. Waxy spiral rainbow art | Tiny Rotten Peanuts
8. Rainbows on bubble wrap | Teaching 2 and 3 Year Olds
9. Rainbow art with baked cotton balls | Learn.Play.Imagine
10. Recycled Hanging Rainbows | Meri Cherry

Hope you like these spring art projects.