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Spring Craft Ideas for Relaxation

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Being creative has so many benefits, from helping you to relax and get your mind off of stresses, to boosting your happiness, to giving you a feeling of accomplishment, and even boosting cognitive abilities like short-term memory and problem-solving.  To help bring a little cheer into your home, we've put together some of our favourite DIYs inspired by the season of renewal.

 

DIY Tulip Wreath // The How-to Mom

 We love the pretty pastels that are so perfect for spring in the gorgeous wreath.  It's surprisingly easy to make, and adds some much-needed cheer to your front door, no matter what colour scheme you end up choosing.

Spring Mini Quilt // Swoodson Says

Whether you're new to quilting or not, this project is super manageable, and creates something nice to hang up to welcome in the spring season.  Plus, its the perfect project for using up any fabric scraps.

DIY Wood Rainbow Wall Hanging // Bliss Makes

While this project adds some cheer any time of year, we think its perfect for bringing all those spring shower rainbows inside! With a little wood, paint, and yarn, this fun project lets you play with a few different mediums.

Pressed Floral Hoops // Lily Ardor

We love this project because it uses real flowers, which means you need to head out to do some picking and find some gorgeous colours!  Lily's idea for pressing your flowers in under 3 minutes is truly genius, and there are so many ways to play with your flower designs to get creative.

Succulent Garden Art // Craft Invaders

If you're looking for some garden therapy, this project is such a unique and creative idea!  We love the simple way that you can arrange plants in a way that is inspired by old paintings.

DIY Sharpie Dot Flower Pot // Cutesey Crafts

This easy project is almost meditative in the way that you add dots to your flower pot, plus you are really get creative with the words you choose, whether its words of motivation or inspiration, or spelling out what you choose to plant inside.

 

DIY Hello Sign // Kreativ K

Using a yute placemat, the rope design and faux eucalyptus and flowers are totally cute, plus the shabby chic-inspired design means that perfection is not required.

DIY Crystal Gemstone Soaps // Dream a Little Bigger

Although they are practical as well, these crystal-inspired soaps are absolutely gorgeous, and much easier to make than you'd think!  Add essential oils or fragrance oils of your choice to up-level the aromatherapy experience.

DIY Stitched Planters // Pretty Life Girls

 With a little woodworking and some fun and colourful stiching, these planters will add a little cheer to your shelf or coffee table.

Metallic Polka Dot Planter // As the Bunny Hops

Using foil transfer sheets, this project is super fun, and yet also looks super impressive. We love how the metallics give a nice texture while still keeping in with whatever colour scheme you choose.

Spring Hoop Wreath with Lemons // Modern Glam

While florals are gorgeous, we're loving the vibes of this hoop wreath, complete with greenery and faux lemons, made with an embroidery hoop.

DIY No-Sew Felt Flowers // Mommy Moments

Add a little uplift to your home with these flowers that require absolutely no watering! Made with twigs and free from sewing, they're perfect for displaying in a vase.

Painted Rock Garden Markers // The DIY Mommy

We're loving these fun and easy garden markers, and we love that you can search for rocks to use!  Whether you choose to use them to mark what you've planted or paint words of uplift, they'll look great in your garden.

Simple Modern Bird Feeder // Delia Creates

Hanging a bird feeder to encourage birds to come to your yard is such an awesome activity for spring, and this modern macrame design is beginner-friendly.

DIY Pom Pom Cushion // Isocella

Whether you choose to make your own pom poms or buy them, this fun project requires just a little simple hand sewing.

 

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