Spring craft projects go hand in hand when doing your spring cleaning. Whether you’re in search for something ornamental or a little bit more permanent, this list is for you!
Reasonable Spring Craft Projects That Will Brighten Up Your Home
Spring always gives me the urge to revamp everything in my life. From my clothes to my bedroom, I find some of the things need organizing and updating. This year, I’m determined to upgrade my old furniture which has been around a little too long. To match my fabulous furniture, I need some decorative spring crafts too. So, I’ve gathered some of my favorite spring craft projects here for you to find inspiration as well!
1. Fabric Coil Bowl
When cleaning, it’s inevitable to find little trinkets you didn’t know you had but now want to keep. This fabric coil bowl is the perfect spring craft for holding them all. All you need are a yarn needle, some fabric, and your preferred length of coil. Basically, you’re just going to wrap the coil around the fabric using the yarn needle until you achieve the shape of the bowl!
There’s nothing like chilling outdoors during spring. And we’ve made this tutorial to make sure you get the most out of it! To make this essential spring craft, all you need are some macrame craft cord and a metal chair for the skeleton. Transforming the boring metal chair into a macrame lawn chair is really just a weaving process which is quite tedious, but definitely worth it!
3. Origami Light Fixture
Your newly organized space deserves great lighting. Once you’ve got your hanging light cord and light bulbs, turn to this guide to find out how to turn your drawing paper into origami. When you’re done, slip the light fixture into your origami masterpiece, and voila! A spring craft to upgrade your space!
4. Decoupage Marble Fabric Chairs
While I was doing my spring cleaning, I noticed, some kinds of dirt doesn’t seem to go away. Then, a lightbulb moment: why not make furniture intended to look dirty but beautiful! These decoupage marble fabric chairs are perfect! Just use your brush to paint Mod Podge glue over a piece of fabric that’s slightly bigger than the area you want to cover. Place this fabric on the chair, add some finishing touches, and voila! You now have this creative and eye-catching furniture.
5. DIY Hairpin Leg Coffee Table
This spring craft sounds too difficult to make, but it’s actually very easy. It all starts with choosing the right kind of hairpin leg to complement a chosen reclaimed wood for the table top. The next steps are basically just assembling a standard piece of furniture! Add some DIY touches by staining your hairpin leg coffee table!
6. Chalkboard Herb Pots
Although it’s really sad, plants grow and eventually die. But pots are reusable and (almost) forever. So get some white multi-surface paint, oval chalkboards, and decorate your pots! With your new chalkboard herb pots, labeling and changing herbs won’t ever be a problem again.
Since spring is all about decluttering and throwing away things we no longer need, it’s also a good time to make recycle projects! Instead of dumping all of your trash into the dumpster, look at our list of recycle bottle projects to turn your plastic bottles into these wonderful spring crafts!
Since it’s spring, chances are your garden is going to be the most beautiful part of your house. So, take the time and effort to maintain it and showcase its beauty as much as you can! With the help of our friends over at Homesteading, you can turn your wine barrels into spring crafts perfect for giving your garden the rustic and relaxing vibe.
Pipe cleaners abound this season! I’m sure you’ve been planning your cleaning way before spring, so you may have bought too many of them. Turn them into these adorable pipe cleaner craft projects with the help of our list! Nothing says spring quite like craft projects inspired by cleaning.
While some get into the reading mood with the help of the rain, I find that the light weather and the fresh breeze of spring really make me want to sit back and enjoy a good book. If you’re into this habit too, check out our tutorial! Making these bookends is as easy as slicing a piece of Breyer horse in half, spray painting them with metallic gold, and gluing them to two pieces of wood scraps!