Easy, Kid-Friendly Springtime Home DIYs

We’re in the thick of it now. It’s springtime. Flowers are blooming, allergies are booming and we can finally wear a sundress without having goosebumps all day. That means it’s also time spring spruce the house! Grab the kids and get your hands dirty with some of these easy, springtime home DIYs!

1.Dipped Vases.

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You need new vases every spring to hold your fresh cut flowers right? Well, how about instead of shelling out money for new ones … you grab the old ones and create something with a new look! Snag some paint and let yourself and the kiddos “dip” them into some beautiful shades of spring.

2. Fruit Mats.

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Your old, ugly door mats can be turned into something extra special with a splash of paint. Pick your favorite fruit and get to work creating something springlike and tasty! Have the kids pick the fruit.{found on thehousethatlarsbuilt}.

3. Popping Planters.

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Every year we say it and every year it works. The best spring DIY is decorating your own planter. Jump in with the kiddos and have everyone decorate their own and pick their own plant to grow throughout the season!{found on hellohomeshoppe}.

4. Butterfly Art.

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Paint a canvas and punch out (or cut out) the butterflies. Then have the little ones glue them on! You’ll have a fun piece of art to display for the spring and be able to brag to everyone that the kids did it.{found on allthingsmadebykelly}.

5. Garden Stones.

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Take decorating rocks to a whole different level. Use large stones and decorate then with sentiments or artwork, then dress up the garden with them!{found on prudentbaby}.

6.Wrapped Hangers.

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Who says your hangers can’t have style? Grab some thread or ribbon and get to wrappin’! The kids will love creating fun patterns and you’ll have a closet full of color to jump into spring with!

7.Wind Socks.

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Ribbons and tin cans, that’s really all you need to make these! Then display them on the lawn or front porch. Every kiddo can make their own and express themselves in an individual way.

8.Outdoor Chimes.

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Get super creative and create wind chimes out of various objects around the house. Use embellishments and paint to make it a bit more artistic and then show it off! We love the idea of using old keys!

9. Paper Votives.

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Make floral votives for your plain candle holders. They add a punch of seasonality to your decor and it’s a fun, hands-on way to get the kids involved. Just make sure you have rounded-edged scissors on hand!{found on hellobee}.

10. Storage Stencils.

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Even the storage could use some pizazz. Throughout your spring cleaning, have the family get together and decorate all of the organization bins!{found on jansdotter}.