Spring Crafts for All Ages
Feeling creative? Check out these great spring crafts for all ages that will transform your house seamlessly from winter drab to spring fab.
With the warmer weather here, it’s time to get out of hibernation and get the creative juices flowing. These DIY projects are simple to create and will really add a much needed springy feel to your home after a long winter season. I’ve been inspired to work on some projects this season, so I decided to take a look at spring craft ideas. Here are a few of my favorite spring crafts, perfect for all ages.
These eggshell flowerpots are such a fun and seasonal craft. It will be so rewarding to see your plants grow throughout the spring and they are fairly simple to maintain! Try growing different herbs for you to use in family dinners.
Tissue Cherry Blossom Tree
This tissue cherry blossom tree is a great project to work on with kids. Make an afternoon of venturing outside to gather branches and put together these charming little trees.
Floral Print Pillows
Create these nature print pillows using real flowers and leaves! Making these will not only get you into the spring spirit, but using these as throw pills will also instantly brighten up any room.
This is the perfect DIY project for shoe lovers like me. Nothing quite says festive like ribbons. You can weave them into a tablecloth or make a ribbon lampshade to liven up a room, but our favorite craft is these ribbon shoes. They are the perfect DIY project to add a little spring in your step.
Floral Napkin Rings
Add a floral and springy touch to otherwise ordinary items like napkin rings. Dressing up these boring white napkins with bold floral napkin rings is a great way to make your table settings pop. Fake flowers will keep these napkin rings looking good for years, but fresh flowers will give them a great smell if you're hosting a dinner party!
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A Wreath Out of Rags
This is another simple, but sweet idea that will definitely make a statement. Embracing Change created this wreath out of scraps of cloth. Just cut into the strips and attach them to the wiring until full. Choose springy fabric patterns and you have the perfect wreath all season long.
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