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Mar 23

16 Fun Spring Time Crafts!


*This is a guest post from Jeni at The Binder Ladies*

March 20th is the first day of Spring this year….who’s ready!?  Here are 16 fun Spring crafts that are great for kids and your home.  These are nice for rainy days inside when the kids are getting a little rambunctious, too!  We would love to see your final craft projects (or ideas for more!)  Send us your pictures and instructions so we can share them on the blog!
Don’t forget to check out our 50 Easter Basket Fillers post, too!  Inexpensive ideas for filling up those baskets on Easter morning!
Thanks to The Binder Ladies for this amazing post! I am definitely going to be doing some of these awesome crafts with my daughter!

Egg Carton Tulips- Involve the kids!  Fun buttons can be found at places like Joann’s, Walmart and even the Dollar stores.
Paper Blooms – Use scrapbooking paper with fun designs and textures!
Cool Can Chimes – Add fun colors and glue on gems to really make these shine!
Make Your Own Vases – Try using fun Coke bottles if you don’t have milk bottles!

Flower Painting – Try using different flowers for different effects!
Blossom Fairy Lights – Grab the glitter and egg cartons for some seriously sparkly fun!
No Sew Bunnies – Cute little egg holders or decor for Easter!
Spring Flower Pinwheels – Fun and charming, these adorable pinwheels would give the kids hours of fun and creativity!

Crafty Paper Bee – Easy enough for preschoolers to make!
DIY Gold Leaf Eggs - Great for Easter, or as a cute centerpiece!
Craft Stick Flock of Sheep – This would probably work for bunny rabbits, too!
Backyard Bird Feeder - Leaves lots of room to customize!

Beneficial Bugs – Cute, clever and creatively functional!
Dog Flower Crowns - They may not stay on long, but they sure make a great photo!
Painted Rock Garden Markers Jazz these rocks up to your liking!  Get creative!
Fabric Flower Carrier – A quaint and pretty way to gather flowers for arrangements!

Little Grass House – Creative, and a great way to teach kids about how things grow!
Chic Sheep - A super cute addition to introduce SPRING!
Spring Bulbs – Clever enough to keep all year round!
Spring No Snow Globe – A great way to enjoy the beauty of Spring!
Check out more fun frugal activities by visiting The Binder Ladies
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  1. Amanda

    Thank you for including my craft stick flock of sheep and my painted garden markers! :)
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  2. Christina Dutra

    i love these crafts! thank you for these great ideas. i will be doing some of them with my niece.

  3. susan quackenbush

    We are going to try the Dog Flower Crowns. Thank you!

  4. dania cioffi

    can’t wait until my baby is a little more grown to make these with him

  5. Dorothy Boucher

    you have some wonderful ideas here for spring crafts, I was just thinking how nice it would be to do something like those rocks but let the grand kids get involved and put a message to someone they like or so…. ( love, kindness, friendship, mom, dad n so on )

  6. Lula Ruger

    love the craft ideas

  7. Cassandra WM

    The cool can chimes is definitely going a my “must do” list! I love being able to upcycle things, and my daughter would have a blast painting and decorating them. Nice find!

  8. Linda K.

    These are really some cute ideas!!

  9. Sherrie C.

    These crafts look like fun and my favorites are the Blossom Fairy Lights and Spring No Snow Globe. Think I’m going to have to get supplies and make those two crafts with my two granddaughters. Thanks for posting all of these cute craft ideas :)

  10. nancyfancypink

    Thanks for the great ideas! My favorite is the fabric flower carrier. It’s really pretty and my daughter would love it. Thanks again.

  11. Peggy Humbracht

    Very fun crafts that can fit any age of kids and adults that are very cute!

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