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These DIY garden crafts for kids are a great way to enjoy the fresh outdoor air with your children and explore their creativity as well.
As soon as the warmer weather arrives, it’s a great time to get the kids outside and spruce up your garden. These adorable garden crafts are super simple to make, budget-friendly, and they will add a fun handmade touch to your outdoor space.
These 23 DIY ideas also include tutorials so you can easily recreate them with your children. Perfect for Earth Day, Mother’s Day gifts, or just for a pop of color to your garden.
There is something magical about fairy gardens! You can make a pretty one for your garden with your children. Collect a few sticks and rocks to decorate your little garden, and add a succulent and ceramic fairy.
Easily recycle empty soup cans to use to grow herbs in a fun chalkboard design. The supplies you need are minimal and the kids can decorate the can however they like using a chalk marker to personalize it. This would be a cute garden gift idea for Mother's Day too!
Download the free nature printable to teach your little ones how to make their own nature paint with natural elements. This tutorial will show them how to make paint from nature and bring the outdoors indoors!
You won't believe how simple it is to make this nature suncatcher craft. You only need a few household items, and a free afternoon to spend outside with your little ones exploring nature and doing some crafting.
Your kids are sure to love making beautiful flower vases from used candle jars and other empty jars around the house! Use up some of those rhinestones, craft ribbon and other adornments for a beautiful keepsake or a special gift.
Michelle is the founder and creator of Our Crafty Mom, a DIY blog focusing on easy crafts, budget-friendly decorating, and simple recipes. She has two grown children, who inspired her blog name. She has been featured in Country Sampler Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Country Living, and more.