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Welcome Springtime Into Your Home With Spring-Themed Crafts

So long, winter! As of March 20th, it’s spring! The sun is shining and the flowers are blooming, so it's time to shake off the gray gloom and embrace springtime in all its pastel glory. Not only is March the start of spring, it’s also National Crafting Month. To help you get into the springtime spirit, we’ve found some colorful and fun spring-themed crafts you can make with your loved ones.
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Soda Bottle Cat Planters

Are you a cat person or want to display your plants in an eco-friendly way? This DIY cat planter utilizes soda bottles, is easy to make, and you can customize it to fit your personality. If you’re looking for a brand-new plant for your cute kitty planter, we’ve found this list of the best seeds to plant during the springtime.

Mug Bird Feeder

Make friends with your neighborhood birds by having this adorable mug bird feeder in your backyard or on your porch. This affordable craft only requires some white stonewear mugs, paint markers of your choice, and some bird seed. It’s also a great craft to do with kids who love to doodle!

Origami Butterflies

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Never done origami before? Don’t worry, the technique behind these origami butterflies won’t take long to master. These make a great craft or spring home decor on their own, but are also great to add to other crafts or even to your Easter decorations.

Rattan Sunburst Mirror

Are you an advanced crafter looking for an elevated and trendy project to work on? Pay tribute to the longer and sunnier days ahead by creating a Rattan Sunburst Mirror. This design embellishment is having a moment and we’re all about it. When you’re done, hang it in your entryway to give guests a warm welcome!

Patio Pavers

Are you planning on throwing any outdoor soirees this spring? Add some pizzazz to your backyard with Patio Pavers. To get started, get some plain concrete patio stones, then pick a bright color and pattern that complements your outdoor living area’s aesthetic.

Watering Can Wreath

Ditch your typical store-bought wreath and make your own! All you need to do to make a cheerful Watering Can Wreath is to gather your favorite florals, place them in a watering can, loop wire around the handle, and hang your creation on your front door. If you aren’t into wreaths, you can make the watering can into a springtime centerpiece.
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We hope these fun projects get you excited for spring and inspire you to get crafty all year-round.