For The Kiddies ~ Spring Art & Crafts Edition Part Two

For The Kiddies ~ Spring Art & Crafts Edition Part Two

Here are the last three projects for our ‘Kiddie Art Gallery’ this month. If you missed part one you can find it here.

Remember, if you decide to create any of these projects with your little ones to shoot me over some pictures or a link to your blog post…I would love to make a gallery feature showcasing those masterpieces!

~Potato Print Wild Flowers~
Materials Needed:Potato, Small Cookie Cutter, Multiple Color Paints, A Sheet of Cardstock, and Crayons or Markers for Embellishments

Cut a raw potato in half. Push a small cookie cutter into the cut side about 1/4 of an inch deep.
Using a sharp knife slowly cut into the side of the potato until you reach your stamped design. This makes it very easy to peel away the unwanted potato and leave you with a nice clean stamp.
Load your deign with paint…
and let you little one stamp away. Once dry use crayons and markers to draw stems and grass. What a cute little garden!

~Cupcake Liner Flowers~
Materials Needed: Several Cupcake Liners, Construction Paper, a Piece of Cardstock, and a Glue Stick

Start by cutting stem strips from a piece of construction paper and glue onto your sheet of cardstock. Layer on the cupcake liners to make the flowers; gluing down each layer. I framed ours for our gallery wall, however, they are so pretty left un-smashed.
I punched some circles out for our center embellishments which we glued on. You can get creative and use several other materials as well like cotton balls, glitter, etc. More easy flowers for your spring time garden!
~Fabric Birdies on Branch~ I admit I did the work on this one myself since my little guy is still young. {I still have so much fun creating whimsical kiddie pieces} This would be great to create with an older child though…even if you just made the birdies.

Materials Needed: Scrap Fabric, Cardstock, Small Buttons, Feathers, Tiny Sticks, Spray Adhesive, and Hot Glue for the birds. {if you choose to put them on the branch you’ll need a Wire Tie, Poster Board, and Branch}

Start by cutting two circles; one from scrap fabric and one from cardstock. I used the rim of a drinking glass for my template.
Use spray adhesive to glue the fabric on top of the cardstock. Once dry fold the circle in half.
Embellish your little birdies with a button eye, burlap wing, felt beak, feather tail, and stick legs ~ These were all hot glued on.
To display on a branch, I simply took a large frame {without the glass} and covered the picture hole with a piece of poster board covered with scrap burlap. Cut two small holes through the burlap poster board and slip a wire tie through to secure your branch. I added a couple coffee filter blooms for fun.

And there you have the projects for our Spring gallery theme. I hope you have fun creating with your little one! Enjoy!


  1. Very creative! Very cute! These are wonderful ideas!

  2. Oh my goodness – I love those little birdies! So cute!

  3. This is precious! I am bookmarking it for future reference!

  4. Very creative and cute.

  5. Right, I might be 31, tattooed up to my neck with the odd occasional piercing in my face, but those birdies WILL be made by me asap. Cuteness overload, I’m in love!
    Will post a link when I’ve done them, promise!

  6. Love the Birds! My daughter and I made some this afternoon with coffee filters and paint. Thank you for sharing your idea!

  7. Gosh, these are SO cute! You really did a great job here, and I would love to try these this summer with Cecelia and Clement! Thanks for sharing.

    Sorry I’ve been MIA, but lots going on (explained on my blog). I will be MIA for the next few weeks, but I will be back to visit as soon as I can.


    Sheila 🙂

  8. I loved your guest post on Trendy Treehouse. You have such good ideas!

  9. I just found you via the sweet note you left on my post and I adore your blog. You are inspirational! I’ll be following.


  10. I just noticed that I am your 500th follower! Congrats…that is so incredible 🙂


  11. The birdie frame is adorable!

  12. Great kiddie crafts! Great ideas and I’ll say it too…that birdie is too cute!

  13. Oh my goodness!! I love that idea with the potato. My kids would love that. i totally do not let them paint enough.

  14. Those are so fun!!! I need to do these with my kids, they would love them!

  15. You are way too creative! I Love it! = )

  16. Super cute ideas! Followed link from Tot Tuesday. I have been looking for some quick and inexpensive crafts to do with the kids at the March of Dimes walk this weekend.

  17. Oh my! I love these. The birds are my favorite! Thanks for sharing. Love your blog!!

  18. What fun little creations! Thanks for sharing with Made it Monday! Jules

  19. These are all great projects! Thanks so much for sharing on Craft Schooling Sunday, nice to “meet” you and hope to see you again next week!!

  20. I love the birdies… definitely a craft for me. 🙂 I’ll have to let my girls try the flower crafts.

  21. Those are all so cute! I’ll have to make some of those with my kids!

    Thanks so much for linking up to my party!


  22. Great crafts! I love that kids can do them but they make a stunning piece of art work at the same time. Thanks for linking up on Tot Tuesdays last week. I hope you’ll join me this week for another party. Happy Easter!


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