We’ve rounded up ten craft ideas from Pinterest and blogs around the web so you and your kids can get creative this summer. Whether it’s a rainy day or you’re looking for a project to do in the sunshine, you’re sure to find the perfect one below. Click the images for material lists and instructions, and share your favorite seasonal craft projects in a comment below!
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We’ve rounded up ten craft ideas from Pinterest and blogs around the web so you and your kids can get creative this spring. Whether it’s a rainy day or you’re looking for a project to do in the sunshine, you’re sure to find the perfect one below. Click the images below for material lists and instructions, and share your favorite seasonal craft projects in a comment below!
Spring Footprint Art from One Krieger Chick
Easy-Peasy Bunny Ears from The Bear & The Fox
Cloud and Rainbow Craft from Preschool Inspiration
Easy Paper Flower Craft from Sticky Mud and Belly Laughs
Thumbrint Dandelion from Glued To My Crafts
3D Paper Tulip Flowers from I Heart Crafty Things
Peeps Houses from Yesterfood
DIY Rolled Paper Roses Card from Easy Peasy and Fun
Framed Pine Cone Flowers from Crafty Morning
DIY Hanging Rain Gutter Planters from Make It & Love It
We’ve gathered up some craft projects in order to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day all the way up until March 17th, with every level of craftiness in mind. Let us know if you give any a try, and happy creating!
The felt shamrock garland to the left is an easy way to add a charming amount of shamrock whimsy to a mantel, bookshelf or window. Green rope, sparkly thread or fishing line are great ways to enhance or amplify the look of each shamrock.
And if you have a stockpile of felt, you can also make the felt shamrocks below with some hot glue, a sewing needle and some thread.
Using multiple shades of green will add dimension to each craft project, thus making your St. Patrick’s Day display more interesting and fun to create and admire.
Sparkly green pipe cleaners (or plain green pipe cleaners) are the perfect size for colorful beads.
Click on the image for the tutorial showing how to craft the ideal shamrock shape.
This craft is just as fun for kids as it is for parents and loved ones.
Keep it in your crafting arsenal to recreate the look every year.
This craft has the potential to be the messiest out of all of these, but aren’t the messy crafts the most fun? Mix up the colors or stick with classic green; these shamrocks are both personal and whimsical.