April Showers Bring May Flowers

The month of April is known for it's cold rainy weather so we're making the most of our time indoors with crafts.
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The month of April is known for its cold rainy weather. As we've already been experiencing the rain here in Utah, at times even still snow, we're making the most of our time indoors with crafts. Here are a few crafts that help make the rain go away!

Rainy Day Art by Let's Explore (pictured above)
Paper Plate Umbrella by Ramblings of a Crazy Woman
Make a Rainy Day Jar by Make and Takes

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Colors of a Rainbow by Playful Learning (pictured above)
Rainy Day Hopscotch by Little Elephants
Craft a Rain Stick by Make and Takes

Marie is a crafter, foodie, and mother of 3. Come visit her blog for more crafty fun, Make and Takes.

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