Oh ladies, do you know what bugs me? Bugs! I don't like bugs. There is an exception though and I think most people have it too. I don't mind ladybugs. If a bug lands on me I usually start to jump up and down screaming to get it off of me, not ladybugs though. I can just sit down in the grass and let half a dozen ladybugs crawl all over the back of my hand, giggling away as their cute little legs tickle my fingers. That's why ladybug crafts for kids are probably the best kinds of kid's crafts.
They are very adorable and they help remind kids that not all bugs are icky. Ladybug crafts are usually very simple to make, too. They are good crafts for little kids and are usually identifiable to grownups, because of the telltale markings so even if little hands can't make the best craft yet everyone still knows what it's supposed to be.
How to Draw Cartoon Ladybugs - Learn how to draw cartoon ladybugs with easy step by step instructions for kids ... using simple shapes.
Book on a Stick : Ladybug Book Making Instructions - - Ever bind a handmade book? It's a snap with a rubber band and a stick! Great for a journal, travel notes, sketching, a diary, or a .pngt.
Bottle Cap Lady Bugs to Make - - What a cute lady bug crawling up the plant leaf. This project is not only fun but is also a good way for kids to recycle bottle caps that may have otherwise landed in the rubbish bin. Perhaps kids can create a set of these as table decorations for a spring fest, use them to decorate packages or cards or even create other types of bugs to compliment this bug.
Bug Hats to Make - - You too can have a bug on your head! Make these fun hats to wear everywhere!
Bugs Take Shape Craft for Youngsters - - Imagination and problem-solving go to work as children check out real bugs and create their own.
Bug Tie Tack to Make for Dad - - Have fun making an original ladybug tie tack for your dad.
Clay Pot Ladybug Craft - - Make this cute ladybug using a terra cotta clay pot and a few other supplies.
Egg Carton Lady Bugs Craft for Children - - Recycle your old egg cartons into these adorable little ladybugs! So easy to make and such a cute result, what child could resist? Great for spring, Earth Day, or any old time.
Fuse Bead Lady Bug on a Leaf - - What child does not like a lady bug and this craft is not only fun to make but would look cheerful in any child’s room window in the spring and summer.
Great Garden Ladybug Memo Board - - Normally bugs scare me, but these bugs are here to decorate. With paints, fabrics and some other materials we can learn how to make fabric memo boards.
How to craft a ladybug using a stone with your kids - - Your yard is full of free crafting opportunities! In this tutorial, learn how to take an ordinary stone and turn it into an adorable ladybug. In this craft project, grab a nice flat stone, some paints and some googly eyes and put together a cute little friend for your kids to enjoy. This project is not difficult and can be done (with a little help) by kids of all ages
How to Fold an Origami Ladybug - - This cute wiggily bug will wiggle on your hand.
How to Make a Lady Bug From Craft Foam - - Creating bugs from different craft materials is a great way to nurture your child's fascination with bugs of all sorts and to help encourage their curiosity of the world around them. It is also a way to keep them busy while spending some quality time with them. Read on to learn how to make a lady bug from craft foam and transform it into a fridge magnet to display your little darling's artwork on the fridge.
How to make a ladybug out of gum paste - - Ever wonder how the chefs on TV make those realistic looking cakes? Well, this tutorial will show you how to make an adorable looking ladybug for the top of your cake.
How to Make a Ladybug Out of Styrofoam - - Did you know ladybugs are considered lucky? This belief originated centuries ago by farmers who credited ladybugs with eliminating crop-destroying pests. In fact, ladybugs are so effective controlling pests that gardeners and farmers claim killing a ladybug is bad luck. Making a ladybug out of Styrofoam provides a creative way for you to teach your child about ladybugs, and discuss nature and our environment.
How to make a ladybug plant stake - - The fuzzy little lady bug in this how-to video is so fun. It’ll be a welcome sight to any houseplant! So grab your pom-poms, googly eyes, and glue and get ready to have some fun! Watch this video activity tutorial and learn how to make a ladybug plant stake.
How to Make a Paper Bag Ladybug - - You'd never guess this charming little ladybug was once a boring brown paper grocery bag! Make one yourself to give to a friend or to hang in your entryway to welcome spring!
How to make a paper lady bug with a 3-D effect - - Here is a quick and easy way to use scrap paper to make 3-D lady bugs to decorate cards and.pngts.
How to Make Ladybug Antenna - - Here's how to make some cute ladybug antenna!
How to make Paper Ladybugs Kids Craft - - This easy craft is wonderful for imagination play! Children will have making their ladybugs, flying them, and even building a special pretend habitat for them. The best thing about this craft is that it requires very little crafting supplies.
How to origami a ladybug Japanese style - - These instructional animated slides teach you how to easily fold a paper ladybug Japanese style. Learn how to use the Japanese art of origami to make your own paper ladybug. Use the start, stop, forward and back buttons to easily follow along. You can also speed up the instructional origami video if it is going too slow. Very cool Japanese origami how-to video!
Kai-lan's Ladybug Festival Fan - - Help your kids prepare for the Ladybug Festival with these foldable paper fans.
Kai-lan's Ladybug Clock - - Easy steps to transform a few paper plates into a ladybug clock and discover a hidden surprise! This peek-a-boo clock is a fun way for your preschooler to learn to tell time.
Kai-lan's Ladybug Kite - - What begins as a paper grocery bag becomes a ladybug kite. All it takes is paint, string, and of course, pretty ribbon.
Kid Coasters - - Have your kids make their own ladybug coaters.
Kids' Tic Tac Toe Game to Make - - Tic Tac Toe is no longer just x's and o's. Kids crafting has come up with a great way to play. Ladybugs are a fun way to play the game and learn by counting the dots on their back
Ladybug Balloon Crafts Project - - The ladybug will not float, but will stand on a flat survace and bounce when bopped on the head. If you want it to float, use crepe paper streamers and tape instead of pipe cleaners for the legs.
Ladybug Beaded Banner Craft - - This delightful little banner makes a great.pngt for someone special. The finished size is approximately 4 3/4" wide x 4" high.
Ladybug Beaded Safety Pin - - Use this free pattern to make beaded safety pin jewelry.
Ladybird Beetle Craft for Preschoolers & Toddlers - - Enjoying the process and stretching a craft activity to include mini-lessons takes more time, but its learning and quality time mixed together. So, I find it well worth the effort.
Ladybug Clay Pot Friend - - Make a cute ladybug friend for your clay pot with this polymer clay tutorial from Becky Meverden. This ladybug would make a great.pngt for someone with garden pots around the home.
LadyBug Costume - - This ladybug costume can be made for this Halloween season and worn every year. In five easy steps you can save money by creating your own costumes.
Ladybug Costume - - Corner the market on cuteness with this ladybug kids' costume. A simple enough craft that kids won't have to 'bug' you too much to get it done—makes a great costume for kids appearing in school or church plays.
Ladybug Costume - - Made from red and black felt, this little critter is as cozy to wear as it is cute.
Lady Bug Costume Craft - - This simple Lady Bug Costume is easy to make and won't get in the way of Halloween Trick or Treating.
Ladybug Crafts - - This tutorial will show you how to make lady bugs out of a Styrofoam ball, paper plate and a paper mache. All three crafts are easy and fun for kids.
Lady Bug Frame - - Frame favorite sentiments or photos in this ladybug-embellished home decor piece.
Ladybug Friends - - Ladybugs are helpful insects. People like to see them around because they know that they can help save their plants from being destroyed by aphids. Jesus also helped many people. He was sent to save the world. We should follow Jesus' and the ladybug's example. We should be ladybug friends.
Ladybug Friendship Bracelet - - Using two colors of DMC floss and ladybug and flower buttons you can create a nice looking friendship bracelet. Help the kids make this one for their friends. These are great for birthday parties or school activities.
Ladybug Friendship Pin Craft - - Delightful little pin to make and give as a sign of friendship to someone special.
Lady Bug Magnet - - Just two colors of craft foam make this adorable lady bug.
Ladybug Magnet - - This cute ladybug magnet is perfect as a little.pngt on Valentine's Day, but can be used for Mother's Day or other occasions.
Ladybug Magnets - - Create a lady bug you can keep on your fridge with this fun craft project.
Lady Bug on a Four Leaf Clover - - A four leaf clover and a lady bug are signs of good luck. This is an easy paper craft for kids to create for themselves or to give someone as a.pngt to wish good luck.
Ladybug on a Leaf - - Awww, how cute! Your little ones with think this little ladybug is adorable. They'll be so proud of their creation, so get started today!
Ladybug Paper Plate - This is a fun summer crafts for kids using easy supplies like paper plates. Create a ladybug or other fun bug for the kids to play with in the garden.
Ladybug Party Invitation - - Looking for the perfect party invitation for a little lady? Make an easy invite that is as cute as a bug!
Ladybug Pencil Holder - - With their bright red bodies and black dots, ladybugs make colorful decorations. Learn how to make a ladybug pencil holder.
Ladybug Pencil Topper - - Find instructions below for making this cute Ladybug Pencil Topper - a fun kids craft for Back To School, an insect theme, or anytime!
LadyBug Plant Holder - - This is a great craft for the kids to help out with. If you don't want ladybugs on the pot you can change the paint to yellow and have bees flying around instead. Using card stock and kid-safe paint this painted plant holder can be a new kid-design in the house.
Lady Bug Pony Bead Pattern - Follow this pattern to make your own ladybug keychain.
Ladybug Purse - - Ladybugs bring good luck! See how easy it is to have a one-of-a-kind purse that you will carry with confidence.
Ladybug Rocks - - Your kids can make these adorable ladybug rocks craft as shelf decorations, or make a large one as to be used on Mom’s desk as a paperweight. While the average ladybug is red, ours come in several vibrant colors. Let your kids pick their favorite for a colorful way to celebrate Earth Day!
Lady Bug Tea Light Holder - - This idea is a cute and inexpensive way to let your kids create a spring table decoration. It only requires paper, wiggly eyes, scissors and adhesive to make. This particular project uses a jumbo tea light so it is a larger size but you can also print out the pattern in a smaller size to fit a normal tea light.
Ladybug Tie Tack - - Bestow a little ladybug luck by rounding up a few of these charming beetle tie tacks (they look great on jackets and baseball caps too) for all of your favorite people.
Ladybug Treasure Holder Craft - - Follow these directions and you can transform an empty tuna can into a ladybug you can hide your treasures in.
Ladybug Wall Hanging - - You'd never guess this charming little ladybug was once a boring brown paper grocery bag! Make one yourself to give to a friend or to hang in your entryway to welcome spring!
Lady Bug Wall or Window Decoration - - What is that crawling up that leaf? Even the youngest of children recognize the friendly lady bugs when they see them. If your child can use scissors, then this paper craft project is very easy to create within 30 minutes to an hour (depending on how fast your child works). Some supervision is needed when working with the scissors and the poking needle. Otherwise, the shapes are simple to cut out and work with. The structure of the corrugated cardboard gives the decoration a nice touch and dimension.
Ladybug (with pattern) - - A costume that's cute as a bug and ready in a flash.
Ladybug Wood Calendar - - This perpetual wood calendar uses wood blocks with the month and two blocks for the day. A ladybug theme ties into a matching ladybug notebook and pen. The perfect homemade desk set.
Lovely Ladybug - - If ladybugs really do bring luck, this adorable critter is sure to double your family's dose.
Lovely Ladybug - - Here's a pretty critter you can make from clay and wire.
Love-ly Ladybugs - - These love-ly ladybugs are just the choice for industrious little valentine-makers. Kids can quickly create enough to hand out to a whole classroom or scout troop and still make each valentine a little different by varying the number and placement of the heart-shaped spots they draw on.
Lucky Ladybug Craft - - Ladybugs are good luck so they say, so have fun making lots of these.
Make a CD Ladybug - - A CD seems to be the perfect shape for a ladybug.
Nature Magnet Frames - - Craft these lovely nature-themed magnetic photo frames out of Styrofoam board and craft foam.
Paper Plate Ladybug Craft - - Our paper plate ladybug craft for kids turns out really cute everytime. This little bug makes the perpect insect craft for toddlers or preschoolers as it has just enough steps that overlap to keep their interest (ie: while one plate dries you can start on the next step). It seems like a lot of steps, but it really goes together easily and our daughter really enjoyed this great kids craft - especially the black spots part!
Paper Plate Ladybugs - - Spring has sprung and with it comes new life in many forms. What a fun and colorful way to celebrate the season by making these adorable, and easy, ladybugs. A little paint and very few supplies and you'll be crafting these cuties in no time.
Picnic Wreath - - Ladybugs, flowers and cloth give the look of a picnic wreath. It can be put up in your kitchen or on the outside door.
Pipe Cleaner Bugs: Ladybug Instructions - - You may print this page as is or... See our easy print option below. Easy print version is great for use as handouts for group projects.
Plastic Lid Ladybugs - - I've been saving the lids from my milk jugs just to make these little cuties, they make a very simple kid's craft and and fit perfectly in the recycled crafts category!
Pompom Ladybug - - Make a fluffy ladybug with this fun craft project.
Pom-Pom Ladybug - - These instructions demonstrate how to make a ladybug, a baby chick, and the caterpillar shown here, but by varying the color, size, and placement of the pom-poms, you can create just about any animal.
Recycled Ladybug Jar - - Ladybug crafts are always cute, they make you smile, and they are easy for kids too.
Rock Lady Bug - - Kids can easily create their own lady bug rocks. All that is required is some paint and brushes. These rocks can be used to decorate the flower beds or flower boxes or even as paper weights for their rooms.
Rock Ladybug Craft - - You can make an entire alphabet using rocks or you can just write out a name or special word.
Salt Dough Ladybug - - Kids love to create things, and so do grown ups! This darling little ladybug makes a great shelf adornment or a welcome visitor on your desk.
Seven-spotted Ladybug - - Ladybugs are small, colorful insects related to beetles, measuring no more than about one centimeter in length. Around 160 types of ladybugs are known to exist in Japan. The most familiar species are the seven-spotted ladybug, with its pattern of seven black spots on a red background, and the common ladybug, whose patterns vary widely.
Sew a Ladybug Pajama Bag - - Pajama bags are a great way to help a child start the day with a "touch" of being organized and picking up for themselves. Sewing allows you to personalize your PJ bag.
"Stained Glass" Spring Leaves - - Hang pretty spring leaves from your windows with suction cups.
Styrofoam Lady Bug - - We see them all over on the plants and in the grass in the warm months. Children know at a young age that they do no harm, and like to catch them and watch them crawl on their hands. This figure is designed to be a decoration for a summer picnic table.
Thumbprint Ladybugs - - Kids will love dotting their thumbprints onto the paper and adding the details to make these darling little ladybugs.
Bowl Ladybug Craft for Kids - - Instructions to make ladybugs out of paper bowls.
How to Create Lady Bug Wall Decorations - - Lady bugs, with their vibrant red color and black contrast, make beautiful decorations for a classroom, child's room or any place you want to add a whimsical touch to the wall decor. These little lady bugs are cute and easy to make with a few easy-to-find craft supplies, so that in no time they will be crawling cheerfully over your walls.
How to Make a Ladybug Bag - - Make this cute ladybug bag for your little girl to carry her treasures to church, shopping with mom or on a play date. This bag will also make a sweet.pngt bag for a special.pngt. It is constructed of craft felt squares and is easily sewn with the seams exposed. Appliquéd ladybug spots are sewn using a simple straight stitch and your sewing machine. This ladybug bag is a quick craft that can be sewn in an hour.
How to Make a Ladybug With Paper Plates - - Paper plates are the perfect shape to make a fun ladybug craft. Many of the materials needed to create the ladybug are found in the average home or classroom. These paper plate ladybugs work well as a classroom art project, as an addition to a science lesson on bugs or as a rainy day activity at home. They also make a festive display, especially in the springtime. They are simple enough for preschoolers to complete with some assistance from an adult.
Ladybug Baby Halloween Costume - - Make a fun and easy ladybug costume.
Ladybug Costume - - Find out how to make this simple yet creative Halloween costume. Follow these directions and you can dress up as a ladybug.
Ladybug Jewelry - - Make small, plaster ladybugs that are perfect for pins, necklaces, and more.