Super Chic Spring Crafts
Does anyone else have Spring fever? I can here the birds singing loudly outside and I just want to start skipping in the sunshine…..when it comes! Even though I can see snowflakes slowly floating down in the midst of all that singing, I can’t help but to think about all things Spring.
Even if I can’t have the warm weather where I am at, at least I can start creating some Spring decor to start setting the mood. Then I can begin putting away my snowmen, snowballs and other Winter decor and replace it with some of the brighter colors of Spring.
The first item I will pull out is my pine cone Spring planter that I made last year.
You can see that even rustic items from nature can look bright and cheery when placed in a colorful container. I used vintage game letter tiles to add a touch of whimsy.
Here are some more Spring crafts to brighten the day:
These two adorable burlap bunnies by The Little Green Bean are just the right thing for some fun Spring decor. Burlap, twine and wire are all that is needed to make these.
Here is an easy idea that looks so fresh and chic. Vintage bottles, in a mixture of clear and soft colored glass,make a beautiful centerpiece. Group them together on your favorite tray and fill with fresh flowers for instant Spring!
You can also use mason jars or recycle spaghetti, mayonnaise, salsa or other jars to make a set of vases. Decorate them with lace, burlap and ribbon and fill with fresh flowers.
Claiming Our Space shows how to easily create a bowl full of Spring with styro-foam balls and colorful yarn.
I like Spring crafts that incorporate bird’s nests but I was especially intrigued by this particular craft. The actual nest was made from recycled brown paper bags. Click on the photo to see this fun tutorial!
And, as long as we are on the subject of birds, I should bring back my birdhouse craft project. These are quick and easy to make with birch logs and either old signs, license plates, or rusty tin sheets for the roof.
So…the only thing left is the birds! These crepe paper birds are fairly easy to make with the step by step instructions. A vase full of branches makes the perfect backdrop to perch these creations on.
And finally, this Spring craft by Rhonna Designs gives reason to celebrate. The light airy look of the branches filled with butterflies and flowers is a perfect way to bring in the Spring season. The project is quick and the tutorial is easy to follow.
Are you ready to start decorating for Spring? What Spring crafts have you started or plan to start?