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Arts and Crafts YouTube Channels for Kids That Are Worth Hitting Subscribe For

Learn to sew, upgrade your drawing skills, or just make something super cool with help from these video maker masters.

Margo Gothelf · 10 months ago

Art Youtube Channels for Kids


YouTube is a great resource when it comes to getting creative on the Internet, but it can be a little overwhelming trying to find the best channels for kids. That's why we've pulled together this list of some of the best channels for arts and crafts projects for kids. No matter their skill level or type of craft they are looking for, this list has something for every creative, crafty, curious kid!

Draw So Cute

Grab a marker and a piece of paper and get ready to enhance your drawing skills! Draw So Cute’s YouTube channel is full of drawing tutorials for every budding artist. There’s no need to worry about skill level here. Her step-by-step instructions make every video super easy to follow — plus, you can always hit the rewind button if you miss a step. Definitely check out her drawing playlists where you’ll find tutorials about food, holidays, and your favorite characters from Frozen and Paw Patrol.

Red Ted Art

No matter what kind of craft project you're looking for, Red Ted Art has it all. Learn how to fold corner bookmarks, craft pop-up cards, and knit with your fingers on this channel. Unsure about a technique or just want to learn a new skill? Red Ted Art has got you covered with their skill section, where you can learn how to make a pom pom or master basic sewing stitches. The videos also link back to step-by-step crafts on the Red Ted Art site, just in case you need more instructions.

Art for Kids Hub

Love drawing, but need some new ideas and inspiration? Head on over to Art for Kids Hub YouTube channel where you’ll be overwhelmed with ideas. Videos are published five days a week, so there is always something new to draw. The best part? All you need is a piece of paper and a marker and you are ready to hit play. 

Circle Line Art School

If you’ve moved beyond basic tutorials and want to fine-tune your artistic talents, challenge yourself and take your skills over to the Circle Line Art School YouTube page. The channel is definitely geared towards older kids who have a handle on their drawing skills and want to learn how to draw optical illusions and in 3D. Once you get the hang of the different perspectives, you’ll easily be amazed by what you can create with just a pencil and a piece of paper.

Babble Dabble Do

Put your crafting skills to the test and see what you can make over on Babble Dabble Do’s YouTube channel. Babble Dabble Do page pretty much has every craft project you can think of, from paper crafts to DIY toys to crafts that teach principles of engineering — seriously! All of the videos include a material list at the very beginning so you can plan out the project from the start. Just make sure you have all the supplies ready to go — you won’t want to hit pause mid-video to look for that rogue glue stick or paintbrush! 

KIDS Crafts

Have a piece of paper lying around? If the answer is yes, then you’ll pretty much be ready to start a craft over on the KIDS crafts YouTube page. The channel dives deep into the world of paper crafting. From paper quilling to origami, the cool stuff you can create with just a few sheets of paper is truly endless. 

Tonni Art and Craft

The Tonni art and craft YouTube channel is all about taking nifty craft projects and making them extra adorable. Her videos focus on both practical and silly craft projects, like a desk organizer, but also bright pink slime. No matter what you make, it will be super kawaii, or cute. 

The Artful Parent

Looking for a fun and easy craft that kids can do on their own? Then you’re going to want to check out The Artful Parent’s YouTube channel. The channel is all about simple crafting where kids can take the lead on the project. The channel doesn’t shy away from unusual crafting materials as well: here you can learn how to paint with shaving cream, and swap out paintbrushes for fruits and veggies.

Ara Plays Art

It’s a good thing you can pause and rewind on YouTube because you'll be mesmerized by the creations happening on Ara Plays Art YouTube channel. Hit play and watch Ara go to work on her latest creation. For this channel, it will probably be helpful to watch the videos fully before getting started. Once you’ve got the hang of her style, see how many pictures you can make. You’ll be able to open a full gallery before you know it.

Miss Tricks Mix

Think sewing is too complicated or time-consuming to learn? You might think twice after seeing these adorable plushie key chains from Miss Tricks Mix’s YouTube channel. Her channel focuses on felt projects and sewing, so it's perfect for tweens looking to upgrade their crafting skills. Don't worry about having a hard time picking a project. Her tutorials range from scrumptious felt food to miniature Disney figurines. Once you've mastered the techniques, you'll be giving out adorable handmade keychains left and right.

One Little Project

No matter what kind of craft you're feeling inspired to make, you'll find it on One Little Project’s YouTube page. Her page is filled with seasonal crafts, no-sew projects, and loads of paper roll creatures. As long as you have a wide variety of craft supplies available, you’ll be able to make any project on the channel.