Medieval crafts

Immerse yourself in the medieval era with these creative crafts. Discover unique DIY projects that will transport you back in time and unleash your inner history enthusiast.
Metal, Crafts, Middle School Art, Diy, Metal Crafts, Metal Art Techniques, Foil Art, Medieval Crafts, Crafty

Please heed my warning: this post is extra long. Also, I meant to post it on Monday. It's been that sort of week. Each summer, my district invites teachers to create their own week-long classes for local kids. So guess who's asked to do art classes? This past summer, we used cardboard, glue, and foil to make some cool foil plates based on those I found here (via Pinterest). The kids LOVED them and they looked great (note: we opted to use tempera instead of shoe polish), so I decided to…

Artesania Cristina
Medieval Dress, Kingdom Vbs Crafts, Medieval Party, Medieval Crafts, Knight Party, Medieval Decorations, Carnaval, Diy Medieval Costume, Medieval Fair

Our children have always been huge Medieval fans. We have studied this time period a few times with different children and we often have children dress up and play in this time period. We have had these type of coronets for many years and the girls just love wearing them. They are used for play and have been worn to church too. For the girls Confirmation I made some new ones for them. This is our third lot of these in the house. Her is a tutorial on how I made them~ Supplies: circlet flat…

Amanda Helena Damasceno
Crafts from the Cwtch: Making an icord... with a Lucet Cords, Diy, Crafts, Spool Knitting, Handarbeit, Tablet Weaving, Weaving Projects, Weaving Techniques, Crafty

If you follow my Instagram or Facebook feeds, you will have already seen the new pattern I've been working on over the weekend, which includes an icord. I absolutely love them... which is why they appear in many of my projects. For those who are not so keen on knitting just a few stitches, I wanted to show you another way to get the same effect as a two-stitch knitted icord (or, as my mum calls it, "an iphone cord"!!!). It's so simple, even my four year old can do it! (Affiliate links to the…

Kathy Seals
Knight, Medieval Crafts, Knight Party, Knight Shield, Cardboard Box Crafts, Crafty, Castle Crafts, Crafts For Boys, Cardboard Crafts

Remember those Christmases and birthdays when your baby or toddler seemed far more interested in the box that a gift came in rather than the gift itself? That's because a box can become anything with a little imagination and creativity. Help your kids get back to creative play with these fun cardboard box crafts.

Shelly Marken