12 Cute Spring Crafts for Kids

Spring crafts for kids
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There’s just something about spring! With flowers blooming and a freshness in the air, it’s the perfect time to celebrate the beauty of nature and new beginnings through crafting.

With a few simple supplies and an active imagination, you can bring the following 12 cute spring crafts to life!

1. Creative clay pots

Image source: mama Smiles

Kids will love decorating clay pots with stencils and child-friendly paint. When you’re all done, plant seeds or flowers for a joyful bloom. (via Mama Smiles)

2. Recycled butterflies

Turn toilet paper rolls into perfect pretty butterflies using your favorite scrapbook papers! Hang them from fishing wire in the corner of your child’s bedroom for an extra spark of spring! (via Bo Bunny)

3. Mini skateboard

child holding mini painted skateboard
Image source: Dollar Store Mom

Let your little ones decorate their own skateboard with acrylic paints – providing them hours of fun when the skateboard is done! (via Dollar Store Mom)

4. Paper flower display

paper flower craft
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This floral collage is easy to make with common materials such as paper, straws, pipe cleaners, foam and yarn. Doesn’t it make the most delightful display? (via Make and Takes)

5. Stone ducks

Use rocks from around your yard to create this cute little family of birds. (via Inner Child Fun)

6. Yarn vase

yarn wrapped vase
Image source: Hands On As We Grow

It’s so easy to make a vase using a recycled bottle and scraps of colorful yarn! (via Hands On As We Grow)

7. Paper cherry blossoms

Cherry blossoms that last all year? Yes, please! Kids will love finding sticks from their yard and adding pretty pink blossoms with tissue paper. (via Inner Child Fun)

8. Rainbow wind catcher

Rainbow wind catcher
Image source: Cheryl Sorce | A Pretty Cool Life

Use paper plates, paint and crepe streamers to make these fun, colorful, and always cheery rainbow decorations. (via A Pretty Cool Life)

9. Sun catcher daffodils

The secret to these cute flower sun catchers is contact paper. And it’s so simple, even toddlers can help! (via BabyCentre)

10. Egg carton ladybugs

egg carton ladybugs
Image source: Crafts By Amanda

Use an egg carton and your favorite paint colors to make these cute ladybugs! (via Crafts By Amanda)

11. Goofy glasses

foam glasses
Image source: Dollar Store Mom

Kids can use foam shapes and glitter glue to create fun foam glasses! (Silly faces not included.) (via Dollar Store Mom)

12. Ladybug art

Let children make their own unique art with paint chips, stickers and crayons. (via Inner Child Fun)

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