Marvel’s The Avengers Themed Crafts and Activities!

Has your child been hit by The Marvel Avenger’s bug?  It has been a hot topic of conversation around here and we haven’t even seen the movie yet!!  Whether you have seen the movie or not, here are a few cool super hero craft ideas and activities to share with your kids.  They might just call you Super Mom!

I love this easy craft over at the SNAP! blog.  Make Thor’s hammer as an easy weekend project or a fun party activity!

Craft kits are easy on the parents and fun for the kids!   Our Marvel Super Hero interchangeable bottle cap necklace kits allow your child to sport a different super hero everyday of the week!

Kids love to get crafty in the kitchen, and this Captain America cake from Me and My Insanity would be the perfect desert to accompany any super hero themed party!

You can’t go wrong with free Avengers coloring pages from Disney  Visit their site several different versions you can download and print!

Love this DIY super hero shield from Art School Dropout. You will never guess what she up cycled to make this craft!

Unleash your child’s inner super hero with this cute DIY cape tutorial from Georgia Leigh!

Happy Crafting!


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4 thoughts on “Marvel’s The Avengers Themed Crafts and Activities!

  1. With three boys, it’s superheros all the time in my house (unless we’re playing with light sabers). I love the bottle cap project. We may have to try it!

    Thanks so much for including my Thor hammer in your post.

    • I hear ya Tauni! I have two boys and it is the same in our household! Thanks for your compliments on the bottle cap necklaces. They seem to be a hot item. Every time a new super hero movie is released I can barely keep them in stock :) Good to hear from you!

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