Spring Craft Ideas

Dana Hinders

Both beginning and experienced crafters can choose from a variety of spring craft ideas to help celebrate the spirit of the season.

Custom Wall Posters

Spring is a great time to be a photography buff. As the flowers start to bloom and the dreary cold of winter begins to lift, you'll find plenty of opportunities to capture breathtaking images.

It's easy to turn your favorite images into original spring craft ideas. Download the free Rasterbator software to turn your photography into customized posters for your wall. Once you've uploaded your image, you can format it to print to any size you would like, using several pieces of letter sized paper. Piecing your homemade poster together takes patience, but the results are well worth the effort.

Collage Art

Collage art is the basis of some of the most interesting spring craft ideas. You can use collage art for the following projects:

  • Frame a collage to create attractive artwork for your home
  • Laminate it to use as a placemat
  • Make a bookmark by punching a hole in top of your collage and adding a ribbon tassel
  • Turn it into customized collage jewelry

In addition to being fun to make, collage art also provides a great way to recycle old greeting cards, magazines, newspapers, and wrapping paper or get rid of leftover stickers and patterned paper scraps from your previous craft projects.

To make a collage, cut out words and images that represent your idea of spring. For example:

  • Flowers
  • Rainbows
  • Fluffy clouds
  • Baby animals
  • Easter eggs
  • Flying kites
  • Children playing outside

Homemade Kites

Kites are great spring craft ideas, since flying a kite is one of the most popular springtime activities. To learn more about making your own kite, check out the following links:

After you're done flying your kite, consider using it as part of your springtime décor. A pretty kite makes a lovely addition to any child's room when it's hung from the ceiling with metal hooks and twine.

Sun Catchers

Sun catchers are favorite spring craft ideas because they help bring the warmth of the season into your home. To learn more about making a sun catcher, check out the following links:

Spring Wreath

A wreath provides an easy way to brighten up your home décor in anticipation of spring. While most store-bought wreaths are $40-$50, you can make your own beautiful spring wreath for less than $10.

To make a spring wreath, you'll need some basic supplies like a grapevine or straw wreath base, hot glue, wire cutters, assorted silk flowers, and pretty coordinating ribbon. These supplies are readily available at large craft supply stores like Hobby Lobby or Michaels Crafts. To save even more money, you can take apart wreaths purchased from garage sales or thrift stores.

If you're new to the art of floral arranging, you might find it helpful to use pictures of other wreaths as a reference point for your own project. Visit your local library to find an assortment of home décor books and magazines featuring great spring craft ideas.

Learn More About Spring Craft Ideas

If you're looking for more spring craft ideas, pick up a copy of one of the following books:

Spring Craft Ideas