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15 CRAZY BUT COOL DIYS FOR YOUR KIDS

AWESOME AND A BIT CRAZY HACKS AND IDEAS

This is an ultimate compilation of awesome ideas for those who suddenly feel bored. These crafts can definitely blow you away! Crafting is definitely one of the coolest ways of spending time! For example, why buying toys if you can make them yourself? In this tutorial video for kids, you'll find a lot of entertaining ideas on making cool DIY things and experiments. They will definitely boost your creativity and you'll forget about boredom. Check out these DIY tutorials and tell us in the comments which idea you liked most.

Did you know that if you cut a toy dinosaur into 2 halves, you'll get an awesome phone stand from one half. If you take a bean bag chair cover, you an put all your plush toys inside. This is how you solve 2 tasks – you clean up your room and you also get an awesome chair. There are many cool crafts that you can make out of old toys – for example, you can make a ring using a doll's head. If you have an old teddy bear, you can easily turn it into a secret stash for goodies or money...or whatever! Old toy soldiers can be turned into a designer masterpiece. Place them between two big bowls (one should be bigger than another) and bake carefully with the supervision of your parents. As a result, you can get a cool bowl. The coolest part about it is that it's really unique.

Another cool idea that can surprise anyone is making a giant slime. Paint it brown and get a Nutella slime. To make it, you'll need PVA glue, sodium tetraborate, and liquid detergent. Mix it all in a big container and enjoy your slime!

Watch this video up to the end and see how to make an awesome game out of a piece of paper and a ball of foil!

TIMESTAMPS:

1:10 - Bean bag chair hack
2:10 - Secret stash
4:39 - Decorating a photo frame
5:58 -DIY slime
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