12 Cute Spring Crafts for Kidscraftyamy
I don’t know about where you live, but it’s spring break this week in my neck of the woods. Kids are out of school and need things to do . . . and I definitely recommend crafting! If you are looking for some great ideas to keep the children busy, I’ve found them for you. Remember to supervise your children with any craft activities, but besides that, have a great time. Get the ideas by clicking through the slideshow!
12 Cute Spring Crafts for Kids 1 of 13Click through the slideshow to see them!
Recycled Butterflies 2 of 13Turn toilet paper rolls into pretty butterflies using your favorite scrapbook papers.
Learn more at Bo Bunny
Clay Pots 3 of 13Kids will love decorating clay pots with stencils and child-friendly paint.
Get the instructions at Mama Smiles
Flower Display 4 of 13This floral collage is easy to make with common materials such as straws, pipe cleaners, foam and yarn.
Get the how-to at Make and Takes
Mini Skateboard 5 of 13Let your little ones decorate their own skateboard with acrylic paints - providing them hours of fun when the skateboard is done!
Get the how-to at Dollar Store Mom
Stone Ducks 6 of 13Use rocks from around your yard to create this cute little family of birds.
Find the step-by-step at Inner Child Fun
Cherry Blossoms 7 of 13Kids will love finding sticks from their yard and adding blossoms with tissue paper.
See how they were made at Inner Child Fun
Yarn Vase 8 of 13It's so easy to make a vase using a recycled bottle and scraps of colorful yarn.
See how it was made at Hands On As We Grow
Rainbow Wind Catcher 9 of 13Use paper plates, paint and crepe streamers to make these fun rainbow decorations.
Learn more at A Pretty Cool Life
Egg Carton Ladybugs 10 of 13Use an egg carton and your favorite paint colors to make these pretty ladybugs.
Get the how-to at Crafts By Amanda
Goofy Glasses 11 of 13Kids can use foam shapes and glitter glue to create fun foam glasses.
See how they were made at Dollar Store Mom
Suncatcher Daffodils 12 of 13The secret to these cute flower suncatchers is contact paper - and it's so simple, that even toddlers can help.
Learn more at BabyCentre
Ladybug Art 13 of 13Let children make their own unique art with paint chips, stickers and crayons.
Find out how at Inner Child Fun
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