Springtime Crafting

A new season means a different round of crafting!
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The colors that make their way into Spring are so bright and cheery that you can’t help but make lovely things.  Check out these awesome Spring crafting ideas floating around the web…

Tissue Blossoms from Bluebird Notes ~ These are absolutely beautiful!

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Flower Pinwheels from Alpha Mom ~ These would look beautiful spinning in the wind.

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Bird House from Making Friends ~ This could easily be made into a brightly colored home for all your bird friends.

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Paper Dolls from My Fantastic Toys ~ Download this free PDF (4 dolls total) and spend an afternoon in creative imagination!

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Butterfly from Kaboose ~ We’ve also used a clothespin before to secure the middle as seen in the above photo.

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Potato Stamp Shirt by Martha Stewart ~ Beautiful flower made with potatoes!

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Kites ~ A whole slew of kite ideas can be found at Kites to Make & FlyEHow also has a simple kite making tutorial.

Happy Spring Crafting!  For more posts written by me, visit my personal blog, I Believe In Love.

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