7 Spring Crafts Your Family Will Love

Spring is here! The sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and the birds are chirping. Let’s celebrate warmer weather with Spring crafts the whole family will enjoy! We put together a list of spring crafts that have a little something for everyone. Keep reading to get crafty and bring some spring vibes into your home.

1. Tissue Paper and Cardboard Flowers

You know what they say, April showers bring May flowers! To bring those flowers into your home, you’ll need tissue paper, a paper towel roll (or a toilet paper roll for a shorter flower), and some tempera paint.

2. Egg Carton Chicks

These egg carton chicks are practically foolproof and will be an adorable addition to your spring decor once finished. Save those empty egg cartons and gather some construction paper, acrylic paint, glue, scissors, and markers and you’ll be all set to create these cute baby chicks!

3. Q-Tip Lamb

This q-tip lamb may be one of the cutest crafts we have ever seen! Grab a bundle of q-tips, glue, 2 clothespins, red ribbon, and some white cardstock to make this sweet little lamb that will be perfect as a fridge decoration!

4. Caterpillar to Butterfly Craft

Not only is this craft cute, easy, and creative – but it can also teach your kids about the life cycle of a butterfly! Bring this butterfly to life with just 3 cotton balls, a coffee filter, paint, two googly eyes, a clothespin, and a little glue.

5. Egg Carton Flowers

These egg carton flowers are a great craft for all ages and could even make a great Mother’s Day gift from the kids. For this craft, you’ll need an egg carton, paper straw, pom poms, and acrylic paint.

6. Rainbow Paper Plate Weaving Project

This pretty woven rainbow craft is great for kids but may take a little extra patience. You’ll only need a sturdy paper plate, tempera paint, and yarn for each color of the rainbow to get started on weaving your rainbow!

7. DIY Bird Feeder

And lastly, our personal favorite, the DIY bird feeder. You’ll probably want to help your kids with this one since this craft calls for an exacto knife. To make your DIY bird feeder, you’ll need an empty juice or milk jug, non-toxic outdoor spray paint, a small wooden dowel, an exacto knife, rope, a paintbrush, a glue gun, and lastly, some birdseed. When your bird feeder is all good to go, hang it up in a tree where you’re able to easily see it and enjoy watching any feathered friends who find their way to you.

Happy Spring!

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