14 Cheery Rainbow Craft Projectscraftyamy
I was looking over my pins lately and realized that a lot of them are rainbow related (go here, here, here and here). What is that all about? Well, let’s face it – rainbows make me happy! I love color; most of us in DIY and crafts do – it’s just so inspiring. Get ready for even more inspiration, because I’ve put together a collection of 14 rainbow craft projects that I love. And looking at them all together makes me SO HAPPY and ready to make something! How can you not be immediately cheered up by these rainbow glitter shoes at The Swell Life? Are you in the mood for rainbows? Of course you are. Click through the jump to see more!
Pet Bed 1 of 13You can sew this bed using several fabric craps in an array of colors - it's easy to make with some straight sewing and machine quilting.
Find the how-to at Design*Sponge
Pencil Necklace 2 of 13You'll need a hacksaw and a small drill to turn colored pencils into a pretty necklace.
Get instructions at Minieco.co.uk
Plastic Mobile 3 of 13Save your used plastic cups and recycle them into an awesome mobile, made by baking and stringing them together.
See how it was done at Life in the Nuthouse
Cake in a Jar 4 of 13WIth a box of regular white cake mix and food coloring, you too can get this effect in a mason jar.
Find the recipe here at Babble's Family Kitchen
Sewn Garland 5 of 13This party banner is made with some simple sewing of bright paper scraps.
Get the how-to at Minieco.co.uk
Bright Bag 6 of 13Decorate a tote bag with rainbow stripes and add glitter to finish it off.
See how it came together at The Swell Life
Fun Dress 7 of 13Turn those old t-shirt and tanks into a pretty dress with some simple sewing.
Find the step-by-step at Someday Crafts
Sewn Rug 8 of 13Tons of t-shirt yarn gets sewn together to make this colorful rug.
Visit the post at Sew Liberated
Sunshine Plushie 9 of 13This little guy was sewn with ribbon scraps and two small pieces of fabric - and is a great children's toy.
Download the tutorial at Chez Beeper Bebe
Wind Catcher 10 of 13Children can easily make these from painted paper plates and streamers.
Learn how they were made at A Pretty Cool Life
Cute Shirt 11 of 13Use fabric, interfacing and iron-on transfers to put a bright design on an old shirt.
Get the step-by-step at Sumo's Sweet Stuff
DIY Crayons 12 of 13Leftover bits of crayons can be baked into colorful, new shapes.
Get the step-by-step at The Imagination Tree
Mason Jars 13 of 13Use Mod Podge and food coloring to "paint" the insides of mason jars.
Find the step-by-step at Momtastic
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