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Recently, I’ve been embracing crafting with my kids a little more than in the past. As I’ve said before, I’m not a natural crafter. But being stuck at home during lockdown and doing some home learning with the twiglets has encouraged me to crack out the crafts more often. I still look for simple ideas that are within my limited capabilities though! So in case anyone else is the same, I thought I’d make a list of easy spring craft ideas for you to try with your little ones!

easy spring craft ideas

1. Spring Meadow Painting

easy spring craft ideas
Spring meadow painting

I just love this spring meadow painting from Arty Crafty Kids – I think it looks amazing! And it’s all done without using a paintbrush! So creative and exciting for kids 🙂

2. Rainbow Finger Paint Trees

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Rainbow blossom tree

Make these super easy but effective rainbow blossom trees using finger painting. You could make them super colourful like we did or use different shades of pink!

3. Paper Straw Tulips

easy spring craft ideas
Paper straw tulips

These paper straw tulips from I Heart Crafty Things are so cute and look super simple to make!

4. Stained Glass Butterfly

Stained glass butterfly

Make this stained glass butterfly from Typically Simple. It would look lovely with the light coming through a window.

Alternatively, these stained glass effect decorations from Baker Ross are great – you just colour them in with feltips and they look fab!

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5. Egg Box Daffodils

Try making these egg box daffodils from 3 Little Buttons – so super cute!

6. 3D Paper Ladybirds

paper ladybird craft
3D paper ladybird

These 3D paper ladybirds from Easy Peasy and Fun are so cute and look amazing!

7. Paper Plate Sewing Chicks

paper plate chicks
Paper plate chicks

These paper plate chicks from Red Ted Art look awesome! Great way to introduce kids to sewing.

8. Egg Carton Frogs

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Egg carton frogs

These little egg carton frogs from Rainy Day Mum are so cute and would be great for nursery rhymes and storytelling.

9. Bunny Ears

card bunny ears
Card bunny ears

Such a simple but great idea from The Bear and the Fox! Get your kids to make their own bunny ears 🙂

10. Paper Plate Handprint Chick

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Paper plate handprint chick

Love this paper plate handprint chick from Mum in the Madhouse.

11. Paper Garden Craft

I LOVE this idea from Easy Peasy And Fun of getting kids to make a simple paper garden. Anything to encourage them to eat veggies haha!

12. Toilet Roll Butterflies

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Toilet roll butterflies

These toilet roll butterflies by Bo Bunny are so cute and look fab 🙂

13. Paper Flowers

paper flowers
Paper flowers

Try making these lovely paper flowers from Motherhood the Real Deal.

14. Peg Dragonflies

Peg dragonfly

These peg dragonflies from The Craft Train are sooo super simple yet look great!

15. Paper Plate Sheep

easy Spring craft ideas
Paper plate sheep

Try making this cute paper plate sheep from Housing A Forest.

I really hope you enjoyed these easy spring craft ideas! Hopefully even if, like me, you’re not super crafty, they might help you to get your craft on with your little ones 🙂 Good luck!

Thanks for reading! Til next time,

Hannah xx

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40 Comments

  1. Some lovely ideas here. We are going to try some toilet roll butterflies and bugs soon. Thanks for linking up to #KidsandKreativity, hope to see you back next time x

    • hannahandthetwiglets@outlook.com Reply

      Thank you 🙂 No worries, it’s a lovely linky! x

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  9. Some gorgeous ideas here! is it wrong that I want to make Paper straw tulips and ladybirds without small kids at home 😉 #MMBC

  10. These all sound so fun! I already saw the egg box daffodils, but didn’t know about any of the others. I am not a kid and don’t have kids, but I would love to make these myself. #MMBC

    • hannahandthetwiglets@outlook.com Reply

      Thank you, crafting can be lots of fun can’t it 🙂

    • hannahandthetwiglets@outlook.com Reply

      Thanks, the ladybird is so cute 🙂

  11. Thanks for all of these wonderful ideas. We are keeping our grandson on Sunday. I think I am going to try the butterflies with him! 🙂

    • hannahandthetwiglets@outlook.com Reply

      Aww how lovely, hope you have a fab time! 🙂 x

  12. Shelley Whittaker Reply

    Oh what a fab list – thanks! I am not a crafty mum either, but since the start of lockdown I have now created a ‘craft box’ with all the basic bits and bobs. My daughter loves it but I hate the mess, ha! #MischiefAndMemories

    • hannahandthetwiglets@outlook.com Reply

      Haha it has to be done doesn’t it? My daughter is so obsessed with making things and junk modelling! The mess is pretty ridic haha! x

    • hannahandthetwiglets@outlook.com Reply

      Thank you, glad you liked it 🙂 x

    • hannahandthetwiglets@outlook.com Reply

      Thank you, glad you liked the post 🙂 x

    • hannahandthetwiglets@outlook.com Reply

      Ah no worries, such a lovely idea 🙂 xx

  13. We’ve got a burst bubble in our house this week so I’m bookmarking this page – thank you in advance! #mischiefandmemories

    • hannahandthetwiglets@outlook.com Reply

      Awww no already, that sucks! Hope you’re all doing ok x

  14. loopyloulaura Reply

    I think my favourite might be the tulips although obviously Annette’s daffodils are a very close second 🙂 Thanks for linking up with #MischiefAndMemories

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