Showing posts with label spring. Show all posts
Showing posts with label spring. Show all posts

12 Pretty Peacock Projects

Spring is near and we can't wait to visit the Kingwood Center in Mansfield to view the lovely early flowers, stop by the green house and of course, check out their gorgeous peacocks!

To build on our excitement I thought it would be fun to make a few pretty peacock crafts! I found 12 lovely ideas that I can't wait to share with you. If you like peacocks you are going to want to make a few of these too.

DIY Etched Peacock Cuff Bracelet by Happy hour Projects
Peacock Wreath by Artsy Fartsy Mama
Peacock Soap by Suzy's Sitcom
Peacock Tutu Skirt by Life Sew Savory
Peacock Necklace by Mad in Crafts
Peacock Shoe Clips by Sugar Bee Crafts
Peacock Painted Curtains by Live Laugh Rowe
Peacock Feather Wreath by Doodle Crafts
DIY Peacock Stamped Dress by Twin Dragonfly Designs
Peacock Garden Art by Morena's Corner
DIY Peacock Earrings by Artsy Fartsy Mama
Pretty Peacock Journal by Suzy's Sitcom

peacock crafts

I think the feather wreath is gorgeous! That would add so much color to my doorstep this spring! Which of these 12 pretty peacock projects is your favorite? Leave me a comment to let me know!

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7 Rainbow Crafts to Make with the Kids

Spring is here and that means we have been seeing our share of showers, and rainbows! Let's embrace the weather and savor the beautiful sights to be seen after the storm and make a few cute crafts while we are at it!

These ideas are so cute yet so simple! They are perfect for kids of a variety of ages and are worth bookmarking for those rainy spring days spent indoors with the kids!

I am going to try making the rainbow necklaces sometime this spring, and I think my kids would love to try the layered felt magnets. I can't wait to hear which of these rainbow crafts you want to make with the kids first!

Easy Streamer Rainbows
Layered Felt Rainbow Magnet
Paper Plate Rainbow Craft
Rainbow Mobile
Rainbow Necklaces
Rainbow Jars
DIY Rainbow Bracelet

Find more rainbow  crafts here

15 Spring Books for Preschoolers

Spring is near and we are letting it inspire our reading list! Harper and I have selected 15 books that we know you are going to want to check out too! These are great for a rainy spring day, a bedtime story, or anytime!

Spring Books for Preschoolers

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Let It Rain
In Like a Lion Out Like a Lamb
Time for Spring
What Can You See In Spring?
It's Spring!
Animals in Spring
Olaf's Wait for Spring
I Can Grow a Flower
The Little Gardener
The Thing About Spring
Springtime Babies
Spring is Here: A Story About Seeds
Clifford's Spring Clean Up
The Tiny Seed
It's Spring: A National Geographic Book

We have already read Animals in Spring and Time for Spring, both were really cute. Harp loved all of the animals! We are anxious to start working in our flower beds and see if the tulips we planted last year come to bloom.

If you have a suggestion for preschool spring books I want to hear about it!

We have a few fun crafts that are perfect for spring.

Easy Raindrop Crafts

Darling Daffodil Crafts

Welcome spring with these darling daffodil crafts! 

daffodil crafts

Spring is near and I can think of no better way to welcome it than by crafting up some darling daffodil projects! From upcycles to wreaths, this list has a ton of pretty posey projects to bring a touch of color to your decor!

K Cup Daffodils

Toilet Roll Daffodils

Dollar Store Daffodil Wreath

Egg Carton Daffodils

Felt Daffodils

Cupcake Liner Daffodils

Paper Daffodil Wreath

Daffodil Banner

Magnetic Daffodil Planter

Which of these darling daffodil projects is your favorite? I truly love all of them and can't wait to make them with the kids!

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Toddler Tulip Craft

This easy toddler tulip craft is perfect for a rainy day! It is easy and adorable and is so much fun for little ones!

We love tulip crafts! There are so many fun ways to create something inspired by spring that can be enjoyed for a long time! There is something super sweet about sharing kid art with loved ones and this one is perfect for that!
This is perfect for preschoolers! Harper loved making these!
You will need:
One sheet of blue paper
One sheet of green paper
One sheet of paper in the color of your choice for the tulip

Cut 3 tear shapes for your tulips.
Cut or tear a thin strip of green for your stem.
Glue the three tear shapes so that the point is lined up to look like petals.
Add the stem.