Category Archives: Spring

Kids Crafts: Rainbows

I always get so excited when I find a rainbow. There’s just something about all those pretty colors right after a downpour. Here are some fun ways for you and your kiddos to bring rainbows inside so you can enjoy them whenever you want!

Rainbow Rice

This is one of those awesome crafts where you probably have all the supplies already at home! Fun, easy enough your your littlest ones, and even a chance to learn about mixing colors- this project has it all.

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Foam Block House Planters

By Home Decor Contributor Alyssa

Cute succulent planter DIY tutorial for your home!

My mom and stepdad moved to a beautiful new house almost a year ago. She’d had this potted tree that had made moves with her for almost twenty years, to different houses in the same state, to a house with a newly formed family, and even a house across the country. It had been in my home growing up, no matter where we lived, since I could remember. Then, she moved to this gorgeous house surrounded by nature in the middle of the woods…and it killed her plant. The dumb “softened” water at her house killed her plant. It made me so sad to hear that our beloved family tree had died.

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Kids’ Crafts: Crafting in Nature

With summer upon us and warmer weather in our forecasts, why not get outside to collect some supplies for your crafting projects? Not only does this save you from your DIY being more expensive than the real thing (c’mon, we’ve all been there) but it gives your projects a super natural look and your munchkins a chance to be a scavenger outside. From your backyard to your local park to the walking trails down the road, there’s crafting inspiration everywhere!

Nature Made Stamps

Nature Made Stamps

These stamps have your kiddos collecting, assembling, and creating all in one project! With all of the different flowers and foliage everywhere you look, the possibilities are all but endless.

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Fairy Gardens

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I have always been enamored by the magical appearance of fairy gardens. Lately, they seem to be very popular among families, and I’m amazed at the creativity of the people creating them. Although I don’t really have the right place at my home for a fairy garden, after seeing all of these adorable projects, I might have to look again.

Tiny Fairy Garden

Tiny Fairy Garden

I adore the idea of propagating succulents to create tiny plants inside thimbles. These colorful vintage pieces make adorable planters to add to your own fairy greenhouse.

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Kids’ Crafts: Wreaths

We love making wreaths for all the seasons. You can get pretty creative when making wreaths with kids and use a variety of household and crafts materials to make some unique seasonal decor. Here are some of my favorites.

Dip Dyed Craft Sticks create a beautiful sunburst effect which is fun to make and guaranteed to brighten any door this season. This would also work well for making a sunburst mirror for the kids’ room.

Craft Stick WreathBabble Dabble Do

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Flowering Watering Can Front Door Decor

By General Crafts Contributor Victoria from the blog Dazzle While Frazzled.

Upcycle an old watering can into a pretty decoration for your front door

Convert an old watering can into a unique flowering front door décor that is perfect for the springtime gardener.

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