20 Fresh & Fun Spring Art Projects for Kids

These spring art projects will get your kids so excited for this warmer season. Toss out the sweaters and jackets, rain and fresh flowers are here! Kids of all ages will love these easy crafts and craft projects.

20 Spring Art Projects

I love the pastel colors that represent Spring and they are the perfect shades for creating art.

Spring Art Projects For Kids

Spring is definitely a season worth celebrating. Everything that was cold and bare now becomes warm and full of life!

Leaves are green, the grass grows softs, and there are flowers everywhere! So why not celebrate it with these super fun spring art projects. Your kids will love them and it is a fun way to spend time with each other.

Spring Arts and Crafts That Kids Will Love

1. Spring Coloring Pages

If you’re looking to keep it simple, try printing these fun spring coloring pages for your kids to color. They have plants, butterflies, garden gnomes, and more!

2. Dinosaur Egg Craft Preschool Kids Will Love

Check out this dinosaur egg craft preschool kids will love! Cover a paper mache egg with tissue paper for a fun afternoon craft. This is a bright and colorful craft which makes it a great spring craft. From Mama Pea Pod.

3. Egg Painting

What else is in Spring? Easter! Make an Easter egg painting by dipping pom poms into paint and pressing them on your paper in the shape of an egg.   From Sassy Dealz.

4. Spring Art Projects For Kindergarteners

Looking for some spring art projects for kindergarteners? You’ll love this! Create three dimensional spring art by using things like shredded green paper for grass. This is great for older kids.  From Dabblingmomma.

preschool easter chick craft

5. Baby Chick Craft

You know what else spring is filled with? Baby animals! Which is why this baby chick craft is great for spring! Use your hands dipped in yellow paint for the wings of a spring chicken.

6. Egg Stamp

Use Easter eggs for crafting! Have leftover plastic eggs from Easter? Use your leftover plastic eggs as stamps for painting. This egg stamp project is a super cute and easy craft. For more a spring feel use pastel colors! From Buggy and Buddy.

7. Carrot Painting

This adorable carrot painting uses your fingers dipped in orange paint to create a carrot. This is a cute spring art project for kids that could easily teach about things growing in the spring or be a fun Easter craft since the Easter bunny loves carrots! From Sassy Dealz.

8. Jelly Bean Art

Did you know you can make jelly bean art? Use jelly beans sprayed with water to create paint. It doesn’t make anything opaque, rather, it looks like water paints. It is a great way to use those leftover jelly beans. This is one of my favorite spring activities. From Housing a Forest.

9. Spring Painting

Make an awesome spring painting using toys! Run your little wind up toy chicks and ducks through paint and onto paper for this fun art project from Fun Family Crafts. 

10. Carrot Art

More carrot art! Use a footprint to form a carrot from Fun Handprint and Footprint Art. The cool thing is, this can be saved as a keepsake as well!

Easy pipe cleaner flowers craft for kids - girl holding a pipe cleaner flower bouquet she made

11. Pipe Cleaner Flowers

Want some flower crafts? Nothing says spring like flowers! You can make some fun indoor flowers with colorful pipe cleaners. These pipe cleaner flowers is a great craft even for younger kids.

12. Carrot Craft

This carrot craft could be another keepsake! Dip your knuckles in orange paint for the perfect carrot pattern. It requires minimal art supplies, I love it. From Housing a Forrest.

13. Tulip Painting

Want more great spring craft ideas? This is so cool. Use a plastic fork to make a tulip painting! This is a great way to reuse plastic forks (that have been washed). Paint the perfect tulips. From Blog Me Mom.

cherry blossom painting with water bottle from Alpha Mom
What a clever way to paint flowers!

14. Cherry Blossom Painting

Cherry blossoms are so beautiful. This cherry blossom painting is equally as beautiful and it lets you recycle! Use the bottom of a soda bottle to paint pretty pink cherry blossoms.  From Alpha Mom.

15. Chicken Cork Art

Keep those wine corks! You can use them to make chicken cork art. Paint a few yellow chicks using a wine cork and add orange construction paper noses.  From Sassy Dealz.

16. Easy Duck Painting

We have even more easy ideas! Your kids, including toddlers and preschoolers, will love this easy duck painting. Make a little duck family by painting rocks! This also pairs with the book 5 Little Ducks Went Swimming One Day. From Red Ted Art.

window painting ideas from The Artful Parent

17. Spring Window Painting Ideas

Decorate your house with spring decor! Make a gorgeous faux stained glass from The Artful Parent. These spring window painting ideas will make any house bright and happy. There are so many beautiful colors.

18. Flower Suncatcher

I love this flower suncatcher. But to be fair I love anything that has sparkles. Use sequins on sticky contact paper to make these suncatchers from No Time for Flash Cards.

19. Spring Art Projects For Children

Want more spring art projects for children? Here is another! Make this 3D vase filled with budding branches. Make a spring flower art with real sticks from Inner Child Fun. This is the perfect craft and the perfect way to celebrate spring.

Egg Carton Flower Wreath craft finished and hanging on the wall

20. Egg Carton Flowers

Save those cardboard egg cartons! You can use them to make bright and pretty egg carton flowers and then you can turn those flowers into a pretty egg wreath! This simple craft is such a fun spring art project.

Cupcake Liner Daffodils, a fun spring craft using: yellow cup cake liners, buttons, and green and blue construction paper.

Looking For More Spring Crafts For Kids? We have plenty Spring Craft Here at Kids Activities Blog:

Try making these simple paper daffodils. All you need is cupcake liners, glue, buttons, and construction paper!

Which spring craft will you be trying? Let us know in the comments below, we’d love to hear from you!

2 Comments

  1. What lovely ideas you’ve rounded up here! And thank you so much for including our decoupaged egg – very flattered! x

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