DIY Spring Crafting For Kids

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Unique DIY Crafts for Kids

April showers may bring May flowers, but they also bring restless kids. Next time you and your family are stuck inside because of the rain, make the most of it with some fun spring crafts! These unique DIY spring crafting ideas for kids are sure to put a smile on your face and keep the little ones busy for hours.

Handprint and Footprint Flower Vases

What mom doesn’t love flowers? This cute take on floral arrangements from A Little Pinch of Perfect adds a personal touch that moms will cherish. All you need is some washable paint for handprints and footprints, white paper, construction paper (multi-color), straws, tape and some glue. This delightful arrangement will come alive and offers the perfect gift for a mom or grandmother.

Pipe Cleaner Daffodils and Tulips

When we think about Spring, one thing that always comes to mind is flowers! These adorable pipe cleaner daffodils and tulips from One Little Project will fill your home with vibrant colors. The best part is that all you need is a few simple materials including yellow, orange, green and red pipe cleaners, scissors, a ruler and a hot glue gun. To take it to the next level you can “plant” your flower arrangements in a clay pot to make the perfect centerpiece.

Flower Crowns

Ready to mix crafting with imagination? These gorgeous flower crowns are sure to do the trick! Construction paper, scissors, a glue stick, tape and a pencil are all that you need. Trace and cut the flowers in your choice of colors and carefully adhere them to a band of construction paper. Be sure to measure the band so that it fits perfectly on your child’s head. These crowns will spark your child’s imagination and will have them playing for hours.

Paper Plate Flowers

For younger kids, try these paper plate flowers from Pink Stripey Socks for a fun Spring craft. You just need a few materials including uncoated paper plates, watercolor paints, a stapler and some scissors. Cut out the flower pattern for your child and let them paint each plate with their favorite colors. Curl the edges of each plate and assemble for a bright, beautiful bouquet to or on your front door.

At HHHunt, we believe it’s how you live that matters and spending quality time with your family is at the heart of what we do. We hope that you enjoy these fun DIY Spring craft ideas for kids.