10 Spring Inspired Kids Craft Ideas
1. Potato Stamp Tulip Art
This artwork is made using something that you probably always have in your fridge - potatoes!! I love making stamps with potatoes, they are super easy to make and your kids will love stamping! All you need to do is cut a potato in half and carve out shapes. We used acrylic paint to stamp but watercolours and stamp pads also work! Give it a go and let us know how you went xx
2. Paper Plate Banksia Flower
I lived in Australia for a long time and I have been very fortunate to experience its amazing nature. Banksia is an Australian native plant and I am in love with its appearance. Have you ever seen it? This paper plate flower is super easy to make and you can see how we made it here:
3. Paper Plate Flower
It's amazing what you can make with a paper plate. Learn to make a simple paper flower using a paper plate. What to do with the flower you make? We made ours into a cute headpiece.
4. Ladybug Card
Is your child into ladybugs? Is he/she open to having one in their palms? My toddler is keen to find one but does not want to get near one... But she has a friend who is fascinated by the ladybugs, so we decided to make this card for her. We used split pins on the wings so they can open and close. Why not let your child make one for his/her friend and make their day!
5. Nature Stamping
This is one of my favourite spring activity. Enjoy the warm spring weather and go outside while keeping a safe distance from each other. Take your kids to a park and collect some twigs, leaves and flowers. Using an air-dry ceramic clay, stamp your spring findings. Let your creation dry for at least 24 hours before painting.