Since we have to wait for April showers to bring May flowers – why not get started with Spring Crafts to keep little fingers occupied. Take inspiration from all the creatures and flowers that Spring has to offer such as bees made from plastic eggs or colorful tulips created with paint and plastic forks. Many of these crafts take advantage of recycling items such as the soda pop flowers created by painting the bottom of a plastic bottle. These crafts will have you buzzing in no time.
1. Kinder Surprise Egg Bees
Make these adorable little bees using plastic eggs which are transformed to look like the flying creature by adding paper wings and black stripes with a sharpie marker.
Instructions Kinder Surprise Egg Bees
2. Fork Print Tulips
This is a great craft for toddlers – tulip printing with a fork and it’s easy and fun and practically mess free since you use disposable forks and plates.
Instructions Fork Print Tulips
3. Blossoming Tree
Help kids to make this fun tree using craft paper.
Instructions Blossoming Tree
4. Paper Snails
To make these fun snails, cut strips of different colored paper and roll into circles. Start by making the smallest circle and attach each in inside like a nest of dolls. Then glue onto a red strip for the body.
5. Paper Plate Birds Nest
Buy this Craft Kit to give kids a cute activity to occupy them on a Spring day.
6. Paper Narcissus
Instructions Paper Narcissus
7. Paper Daisies
This cute pot of paper daisies will never wilt and is ideal to give as a gift or a card to someone special.
These chickens are special as they use hands to fly. Begin by cutting out an oval shape for the chicken, then trace your child’s hand onto craft paper. Now you can cut out the hands to attach as wings and decorate your chicken how you like.
9. Plastic Cup Bunnies
Transform plastic cups into bunnies by painting them and adding pipe cleaner whiskers and googly eyes.
10. Plastic Spoon Flowers
11. Handprint Rain
Draw or print a picture of a cloud and cover your child’s hand with blue paint to make the hand print rain.
12. Handprint Balloon
Turn your child’s hand print into a pretty balloon by adding a string and bows. You can write whatever message you like for example “Happy Spring”.
13. You are my Sunshine
Make all sorts of weather from foot prints, for example yellow for sun and blue for rain.
14. Handprint Sunflower
What could be more cheerful than seeing your child’s hand print turned into a sunflower. Cover their hands with yellow paint and print their hands in a circle to form the sunflower. Then you can paint the center brown and add a green stalk.
15. Grand Babe Bees
Turn yellow footprints into cute bees by adding black stripes and googly eyes – this is a cute on to give grandparents.
16. April Showers
17. Pop Bottle Flowers
Dip the bottom of a soda bottle into paint and then press on paper. It’s great for young kids as it’s so easy and you can use as many colors as you like.