One of Sebastian's Christmas gifts this year was this fantastic book Kid Made Modern by Todd Oldham that features kid friendly crafts inspired by famous designers. These are a few of my favorite projects.
I had a skateboard when I was in 2nd grade but it was nowhere near as pretty as the one above. I love the concept of bright colors against wood grain.
These two showcase a few ways to make your own mid-century modern cardboard dwelling.
This is a great project for destashing your paint chip pile. It'd make a fun window hanging or room divider.
This one is my favorite by far. It's based off of Alexander Girard's style and uses brightly colored paints on raw wooden blocks. I NEED TO MAKE THESE!
So, if you're looking for some great indoor projects for these chilly winter months I suggest this book. Not only does it clock in at 52 projects, it contains a great glossary on craft tools and techniques. You'll also become well versed in your mid-century designers and your kid will be able to impress all of your hipster friends.