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15 Crafts Inspired by the Great Outdoors

With the weather already turning to the warm side, we’ve been finding ourselves outdoors a lot more lately. We recently went on a family hike surrounded by nature. It was wonderful. Living in Seattle with lots of rain, we tend to hibernate for the winter months. So when the sun is out, so are we.

It’s so great to be out in nature, all fresh and pretty. I thought it would be fun to find some nature inspired crafts, to help bring the outdoors indoors.

Read on to find 15 nature inspired crafts perfect to make and display indoors:

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  • Beach Starfish Plaque 1 of 15
    Beach Starfish Plaque
    Create a fun plaque to hang on a wall to help you remember your trip to the beach.
    Get the instructions over at Crafts by Amanda.
  • Acorn Frame 2 of 15
    Acorn Frame
    Watch out for fallen acorns to collect and create this festive frame.
    Get the instructions over at Better Homes and Garden.
  • Yarn Wrapped Sticks 3 of 15
    Yarn Wrapped Sticks
    Head to the trees and find some fallen sticks. You'll want to wrap them up pretty with yarn.
    Get the instructions over at Aesthetic Outburst.
  • Seashell Planters 4 of 15
    Seashell Planters
    Give life to your planters by adding a few fun seashells, especially if they are collected by you.
    Get the instructions over at Martha Stewart.
  • Flower Garland 5 of 15
    Flower Garland
    This floral garland is perfect for an outdoor garden party, giving it a fresh and fun look.
    Get the instructions over at Sweet Paul.
  • Rock Jewelry 6 of 15
    Rock Jewelry
    Go on a hunt for your favorite rock and turn it into something fun to adorn your neck.
    Get the instructions over at Family Fun.
  • Leaf Shaped Bugs 7 of 15
    Leaf Shaped Bugs
    These cute little creatures are just begging to be created. Let the kids explore the woods to find all sorts of shapes to make.
    Get the instructions over at Fun Stuff to Do.
  • Twig Candle Holders 8 of 15
    Twig Candle Holders
    Create this rustic look for your mantle with these twig candle holders.
    Get the instructions over at Fossil Life Style.
  • Flower Stem Necklace 9 of 15
    Flower Stem Necklace
    Host a garden party and make a few fun floral necklaces. This tutorial will show you how to gift everyone something fresh and fragrant.
    Get the instructions over at Martha Stewart.
  • Rustic Twig and Wire Bowl 10 of 15
    Rustic Twig and Wire Bowl
    Collect some twigs from outdoors to make this twig and wire bowl. It's the perfect size to hold your produce.
    Get the instructions over at What I Made.
  • Beach Finds Frame 11 of 15
    Beach Finds Frame
    Gather all your favorite beach collections to make this seascape frame. It's perfect to hang in a bathroom or bedroom.
    Get the instructions over at Parentables.
  • Leaf Covered Candle Holder 12 of 15
    Leaf Covered Candle Holder
    Simply add a few leaves to your votives to create a spring garden look to your next dinner party.
    Get the instructions over at Martha Stewart.
  • Leaf Silhouette Lantern 13 of 15
    Leaf Silhouette Lantern
    These lanterns would be the perfect thing to have lined up the driveway for a summer night gathering.
    Get the instructions over at Here We Are Together.
  • Twig Trivet 14 of 15
    Twig Trivet
    Make a twig trivet for your kitchen or gift one for a loved one. It's the perfect size to hold a hot summer dish.
    Get the instructions over at How Stuff Works.
  • Acorn Magnets 15 of 15
    Acorn Magnets
    These sweet little acorns come to life on your fridge as a fun magnet, bringing nature indoors.
    Get the instructions over at Make and Takes.

 

**For more crafty ideas and tutorials, visit Marie at her blog: Make and Takes. Find and follow Marie on Pinterest too!

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