Kids Microphone Craft Tutorial

Kids Microphone Craft Tutorial

Hello! I don’t know about you, but my kids LOVE singing! Especially singing along to their favorite movies. So today I’m sharing this kids microphone craft tutorial that’s fun to make and can easily be customized with your kid’s name and favorite colors. You can also use it as a great Halloween costume prop, or make it at any time of the year if you have a young rock star on your hands!

Kids Microphone Craft Tutorial


  • Toilet paper roll.
  • 2 1/2 inch foam ball.
  • Black and pink paint.
  • Foam brush.
  • Letter stickers.
  • Adhesive backed gemstones, individual or on a roll.
  • Hot glue gun or craft glue.

Start by painting your toilet paper roll with your color of choice. My daughter loves pink! It took about three coats to get it nice and covered. Let it dry completely.

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In the meantime, start painting your foam ball with the black paint. Use the foam brush to press the paint into the foam. I painted one half at a time, and let it dry by balancing it on the top of a paint bottle. It takes about an hour for the painted foam to dry completely.

Next take your adhesive gemstones. I love this bling on a roll that Michaels’ craft stores carries, because it’s super easy to use, but you can even find self sticking gems at the dollar store. Place them around the top and bottom of your roll.

Next, grab those letter stickers and spell out whatever you’d like your microphone to say! I made mine say “Rockstar!”, but you can personalize it with your child’s name! Then place ¬†layer of glue around the top edge of the toilet paper roll, and set your dry foam ball on top.

That’s it! You’re all done with your awesome microphone! I hope you enjoyed learning how to make this fun craft with me. If you’re looking for another fun and easy craft to make, check out my Perler Bead Popsicle Keychain Tutorial!

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