If you are in the northern hemisphere like me then you are probably looking forward to Spring round about now! As much as I like a nice crisp winter morning with some bright winter sunshine I am finding those kinds of days are few and far between and something that actually looks like Spring would be very welcome!
In anticipation of actual Spring arriving soon I’ve found some super sweet Spring craft projects to get us all in the mood.
1) Turn eggs into little lambs with this sweet egg cozy idea from Frau Tschi Tschi
2) Daffodils scream SPRING don’t they? I love these gorgeous crocheted daffodils from Happy Berry
3) These sweet amigurumi bunnies are from All About Ami. They are all the same pattern, ears up or ears down is your choice!
4) I love this simple crocheted bunny garland from Sew Historically, pom pom tails are just the cutest!
5) These paper grape hyacinths by One little Project are so pretty!
6) Vibrant floral cup cake toppers shout SPRING! These are made from heart paper punches, White House Crafts shows you how
7) I am totally in love with this lovely little paper mache bird from Creative in Chicago
8) These little spring flowers look really simple to make, the tutorial is from The Flying Couponer
9) This beautiful, vibrant ‘hello Spring’ printable is from Happiness is Homemade
10) Picture Box Blue has a whole selection of vintage daffodil drawings to download and print
11) Another gorgeous ‘hello Spring’ printable, this one is from A Hundred Affections
12) This delicate watercolour effect printable is from Christina Maria, she has a tutorial to show you how to add the wood trim too
13) Pretty little berry boxes are easy to make with Spring floral washi tape, ready to be filled with treats or used to corral your paperclips on your desk - the choice is yours!
14) Gail, from Purple Hues and Me calls these sheep but I like to think of them as super cute lambs, perfect for a spring craft!
15) These bird’s nest necklaces are so beautiful and the tutorial from Busy Creating Memories makes them look really easy to create too
16) These little felt bunny brooches are a sweet hand sewn project from Red Ted Art
17) This apple blossom tree painted rock looks complicated but Rock Painting 101 has a great step by step video to take you through the process
18) I love this sparkly truck full of flowers from Where the Smiles Have Been
19) Felt flowers are such a lovely thing to make. They are used in such a pretty way on this rustic Spring wreath by The Crafting Nook
20) This hinged rainbow wooden Spring sign from Little Red Window is very sweet, I love the mix of colours and patterns
21) These little Origami birds are just the cutest thing, Faeries and Fauna popped them on a stick and used them in a flower arrangement. - Sadly this doesn’t seem to be online anymore but it’s still a pretty idea.
22) These little crochet pocket bunnies are adorable aren’t they? The free pattern is from Spin a Yarn Crochet
23) Another cute cute cute Spring crochet toy is this lovely ragdoll lamb from Yarnhild
24) This pretty “Bloom” sign is made by Coastal Bohemian from scrap pallet wood
25) Across the Boulevard took some trellis from the dollar store and made this lovely Spring garden sign (this site doesn’t exisit any more sadly)
26) How do you update a china bunny from a thrift or charity shop? Give it a coat of chrome paint of course! Chas’ Crazy Creations shows you how.
27) These beautiful felt bird bookmarks from Sustain my Craft Habit are so so tweet!
28) Check out these lovely pastel bunny blocks from I should be mopping the floor. They are made from scraps of 2x4!
29) Upcycle a glass jar with faux grass and flowers to make a Spring vase
30) These paper bag puppets from Simple Everyday Mom as super cute!
31) This little bunny soft toy is just adorable, the tutorial and pattern is from CraftBits
32) Sarah Titus has so many beautiful colouring printables, I love these pretty Spring printable sheets
33) Make sweet little birds from scraps of yarn
34) Upcycle an empty cotton reel/spool with a button bouquet
35) Simple embroidered butterflies to hang anywhere you’d like to brighten up
36) Sew a kneeler for your garden, it only takes 30 minutes
There you have it, are you ready for a bit of Spring crafting now?