Nurture your child’s creative side and enjoy some bonding time together with these spring and summer crafts. Whether you enjoy outdoor crafting or you are looking for indoor projects to beat the heat, your whole family will love making these crafts.
Light bulb bumblebee craft
These adorable light bulb bumblebees are easy to make with just a few supplies. Spend the afternoon making these cute bees and other spring crafts for kids.
Indoor terrarium craft
Bring a little nature indoors this season by creating a terrarium. This little indoor terrarium craft is simple but a whole lot of fun. Plus, it’s a great way to introduce your kids to gardening.
Shell jewelry box craft
You’ve probably seen those cute shell-covered jewelry boxes in gift shops. Now you and your little ones can make your own. Check out how to make this easy project and other beach crafts for kids.
All kids love imaginative play. Teach them about plant care while working together to create a miniature landscapethat includes dinosaurs, fairies or whatever they like.
DIY kite craft
Using items around the house, you can create a great kite that will follow your kids anywhere! This DIY walking kite craft is perfect for little ones.
Wine cork crafts
Open another bottle of wine, Mom — you deserve it! But save that cork! You can make a variety of cool crafts from wine corks, from silly monsters to boats that really sail.
Garden art craft
Get outside with your kids and turn ordinary terracota pots into extraordinary colorful art. This DIY planter project is simple and so much fun. Find out how to create your own garden art.
Rainy day crafts
For those days when the spring weather has brought in a few showers, keep your kids busy with these special rainy day crafts. From a cloud mobile to a rain drop banner, they’re sure to love them all.
Father’s Day crafts
Help your little ones create a special keepsake for Daddy this Father’s Day. He’ll love this handprint tile paperweight or any of these other adorable Father’s Day crafts.
4th of July crafts
Independence Day will be here before you know it. Gear up for 4th of July by creating red, white and blue crafts with your kids. From a star wand to a tissue paper wreath, all of these 4th of July crafts are easy and fun to make.