Spring Craft Projects to Brighten Your Family’s Day

From flower clothespin peg crafts to chick beanbags, festive eggs and darling bunny masks, get in the DIY spirit with these adorable spring craft projects.

Spring is in sight – are you and your kids excited? What a wild winter we’ve had. Out-of-the-blue warm days paired with multiple snow days off from school.

With the warmer spring weather slowly rolling in, it’s time to get to work with some spring-approved projects. Our roundup of spring craft projects will get you prepped for upcoming holidays, like Easter, or desires for sunnier skies.

Photo via Birds and Blooms


Clothespin Flowers Craft

This project, designed by Birds and Blooms, is a simple yet adorable flower that works well as a magnet or as a peg craft. Grab the clothespins, paint and glue!

Photo via The Mombot


Chick Beanbags

These fun and colorful beanbags by The Mombot (who was inspired by Martha Stewart) are definitely making the rounds on Pinterest lately. With spring on the horizon, we can see why!

Photo via Positively Splendid


How to Sew a Fabric Egg

If you’re looking for non-candy alternatives for Easter baskets this year, try this project from Positively Splendid. Not only is there a how-to, there’s a free pattern to use, too.

Photo via Playful Learning


Printable Bunny Mask

Easter egg hunts will be a lot more fun with this printable bunny mask from Playful Learning.

Looking for more springtime crafting fun? Check out our roundup of Easter egg and bunny crafts or our list of eggless Easter projects

This post was originally published in 2013 and is updated regularly. 


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