30 Craft Materials To Always Have In Your Home

If you don’t have a list, you probably aren’t going to remember what you have and what you need. Chances are if you don’t know what you have or what you need, you are going to come looking for a list like this to give you the basic craft mate

rials you need in your home for your child to explore with.30 craft materials to always have in your home

  1. Markers
  2. Crayons
  3. Plain White Paper
  4. Construction paper
  5. Printer paper (okay that’s enough paper!)
  6. Glue/ Glue sticks
  7. Stencils
  8. Child sized scissors
  9. String
  10. Beads
  11. Watercolors
  12. Paintbrushes
  13. Stickers
  14. Finger Paint
  15. Straws
  16. Feathers
  17. Pipe Cleaners
  18. Glitter
  19. Foam pieces
  20. Pom-Poms
  21. Popsicle Sticks
  22. Do-A-Dot markers
  23. Stamps/ink
  24. Tissue Paper
  25. Paper Plates
  26. Cotton Balls
  27. Googly Eyes
  28. TAPE!!! (You can never have too much tape!)
  29. Colored Pencils
  30. Play dough/Cookie cutters


Well, there you have it. My list of 30 good craft materials to always have on hand in your home to do with your child. In addition to this list, there are so many good crafting materials outdoors you can find to use to incorporate into a craft such as sticks, rocks, leaves, flowers, dirt, water, feathers, etc. There are also many craft materials you can get from items in your home being recycled as well that would be good to hang on too! This includes toilet paper/paper towel rolls, cardboard, milk and egg cartons, bubble wrap, packing peanuts, magazines, newspapers, sponges, etc. I hope you’ve found this list useful and one that will prove helpful as a list you can print off and bring to your local crafting store next time you go!

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