The change of season has me eager to do something so I thought I’d find a few somethings to do with my family and share them with all of you. Here’s a list of what I came up with.
Featured Spring Activity and Craft
- Beth at Smart Family Tips shared a link with me. She wrote Good, Green Cheap Fun. She shares some fun ideas for your family that will cost very little (if any) money. The great thing about her site is that she focuses on green living so you’ll find tips and hints for using safer products for your family.
- Brittany, the Super Mom of the Clarke Family shared a really adorable idea. She wrote a post on how to make Flower Pens. Easy, cheap and fun!
A few more ideas from around the web and my very own head!
- Kate over at Curiositys sewed the loveliest little Embroidered Bookmark as a gift. Don’t be intimidated if you don’t sew. It’s a great beginner project!
- Skip to my Lou has a post making flowers out of egg cartons. They’re cute and easy. She’s also got links to a few more spring crafts at the bottom of that post.
- At Frugal Fancy’s Blog she posted a bunch of Crafty Freebies. She gives links for free patterns, offers and ideas. Go check it out!
- I made these Pencil Pinwheels with the girls the other day. Perfect for windy spring days!
- Picked up a thing of sidewalk chalk at the store for $1 a couple days ago. Talk about cheap fun!
- There’s an adorable Paper Flower Garden Hat over at Flipflops and Applesauce.
- Ramblings Of A Crazy Woman has a great project for preschoolers, a Fruit Loop Rainbow.
- Having a lot of rainy spring days? Head over to Let’s Explore and see how they made Rain Art.
- I found 14 Family Activities To Do Before The End Of The Year over at Mommy’s Idea Book.
- What better excuse than spring to sew yourself this great Buttercup Bag found over at Made By Rae.
- Why not make the Eggshell Seedlings found at … all the little things through Crafty Crow.
- Paint your toenails and get ready for flip-flops. (Order a pair of Old Navy flip-flops for each family member!)
- Go to an open area and fly a kite!
Do you have anything to add to our list? Write about it in the comments or feel free to share a link!
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