Yarn is a great crafting material: if you can’t sew or crochet, there are always other techniques you can use to craft. Today I want to share a few spring crafts, all of which are kind of made from brightly colored yarn, so read on and choose!
These cool colorful garnish eggs will be a great decoration for Easter that is getting closer and closer. This project is a bit of a mess, but the end results are really fun, and the best part is that you can customize it any way you want. Children would have fun with it too!
With spring just around the corner, it’s time to get busy. Spring wreaths, centerpieces and baskets must be dusted or freshly made. Give your decorations a new look with these baby carrots! Make lots of these to add to Easter baskets, wreaths, and table decorations.
Do you love watching birds build their nests and prepare for the arrival of new hatchlings? The tiny baby birds are so adorable we want to hold one in our hands. Make a little yardage out of yarn! These cute little birds live in a mossy nest on our bookshelf and are always ready to cuddle and love. They are perfect for an Easter basket or playtime. This pompom project is kid friendly, perfect for Easter and spring celebrations, and pretty easy to do.
Turn an old plastic tablecloth into a fun new crochet Easter basket! This cute little Easter crochet basket is made from plarn (plastic thread), which I think is the perfect material for an Easter basket. It is durable, robust, flexible and waterproof – in other words, completely child-safe.
This DIY Spring Cross Stitch canvas art is perfect for adding a pop of color and pastel colors to any room. Hang it, put it on a shelf, add it to your gallery wall, and incorporate it into your Easter decor. It doesn’t have to be spring either – it’s the kind of art you can show off any time of the year.
Those fuzzy pompoms make me smile! You are so springlike! Make a whole bouquet of flowers to decorate your rooms and add them to the centerpieces for fun.
These DIY Easter Surprise Eggs are super fun! They are perfect for Easter brunch or dinner as a complement to the charming decor. Fill it with delicious chocolates for adults and toys and fun Easter surprises for children!
The best thing about this project is how it adds a lot of color and interest without consuming a lot of time or materials. If you want to add some color, get inspired!
The kids will have so much fun holding the pens to make the bees fly and buzz around! These bees add a touch of cuteness and whimsy when the kids need to use their pens at home or at school!
A baby pom-pom bunny would make a fun little Easter craft or gift for your kids! Or if you are looking for a way to upgrade your office space for Easter, this baby pom-pom bunny is a super cute decoration for your desk. Oh & do you see that little pot in the background?
This cool colorful lampshade looks very cozy and cool and is suitable for almost every interior! It also has a bold, spring-inspired color. Read on to find out how to do it!
Watercolor is more popular than ever - these diluted colors and shapes look beautiful and very relaxing. Watercolor clothes, shoes, accessories, home textiles, and furniture - we see them everywhere, so let's add a bit of trendy watercolor to your home decor to create a watercolor wall art piece. The number of types of watercolor artwork is endless: your home state, geoforms, various images, landscapes, even your photos that have been printed and then jazzed up with watercolors. I am sure everyone will find something they like. There are large format watercolor artworks that combine two decor trends: watercolor and large sizes, and they really make a statement.
You can create all kinds of watercolor artwork: abstract, ombre, various shapes, images, geometry, and so on. The basic technique and accessories are almost the same everywhere: you need watercolors, brushes, frames, and watercolor paper. Decide on the picture and the colors you want, stick with your room decoration: it's seaside, paint an anchor or a seascape, it's modern, go for geometric prints. Once you've chosen an image, first sketch it out on paper with a pencil, or if you're pretty sure, just paint. First, press a little of your first color onto cardboard or another piece of watercolor paper. First, dip the brush in just enough water to distribute the paint without thinning it out too much. Paint according to your shape or picture you want to get and don't forget to change the intensity of the colors if you want to get an ombre effect. If you want to get a geometric watercolor work of art, first paint the paper the colors you want and then let it dry. Now cut the paper into the desired geoform and attach it to cardboard or paper. If you're just painting, the geoforms have thinned outlines. When your design is ready, just let it dry for a while and then frame it or just mount it on the wall as you wish.
Voila, now your artwork is ready! Read the tutorials below to find the artwork you like best and create it at home using the step-by-step guide.