These 4 easy spring crafts are perfect for welcoming spring into your home with a collection of pastels, flowers and baby animals.
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After trudging our way through winter (which has felt especially long this year), I’m excited to pull out my spring decor. Give me all the pastels and flowers! Over the years, I’ve shared a variety of spring themed crafts and decided to gather a few of my favorite ones and put them all together in one post.
So if you are looking for a new craft to make this spring, check out one of the easy spring crafts below! To visit the full blog post, simply click on the title of the project and it will take you directly there.
hoard collect scrapbook paper like I do? I love pretty paper and sometimes I can’t help myself from buying it when I see it. As a result, I have… a lot. I have a whole post about how to use your paper scraps to make cards, but what about if you have a whole sheet of beautiful scrapbook paper? That’s where this project comes in handy.
This blooming card and envelope reminds me of spring. I use my Silhouette Cameo to cut the card and envelope out (it’s a free SVG file). Then I either give the card to someone or make a coordinating stack I can give as a gift. It’s so easy you might just get addicted!
Welcome Spring to your home with this cute faux moss and flower sign. I found most of the supplies from the Dollar Tree and the rest used up supplies I already had on hand. It’s one of my favorite spring time decor items and it always makes me smile when I see it sitting on my shelf. It’s a quick project that can be made even quicker if you use dollar store flowers instead of making paper flowers.
These flower button magnets come together so quickly! All you need are a few basic supplies and you’ll be ready to make a bunch of these cute magnets. Use them on your fridge to hang up your kids artwork, school reminders or pictures. Each one only takes about 3 minutes to make. Pair them with a magnetic whiteboard and some dry erase markers for an easy girl birthday gift.
One of the most popular posts on my site is the rainbow string art project I shared a couple years into blogging. I decided to scale it down and make some mini string art using some 2×4 wood scraps. They turned out so cute! Obviously this project can be adapted for any holiday or season, but there’s something about the pastel colors and springtime images that make me smile. Plus, if you are new to string art, these smaller versions are a great place to start.
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