1 Spring coloring pages
Check out our collection of 1 Spring coloring pages that are free to download and print!
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13 Craft Ideas to do with Spring Coloring Pages
Spring is a time of renewal and growth, and what better way to celebrate the season than with some fun and creative crafts? Coloring pages are a great starting point for a variety of projects, suitable for both kids and adults. Here are 13 ideas to get you started:
1. Spring Mobile
Cut out your favorite spring-themed coloring pages and punch a hole in the top of each one. Attach a piece of string or ribbon and hang them from the ceiling or a window to create a beautiful spring mobile. This is a simple and charming decoration that kids can help make.
2. Spring Collage
Have kids cut out their favorite parts of their spring coloring pages and glue them onto a piece of construction paper or cardstock. They can add other embellishments, such as stickers, buttons, or ribbon, to create a one-of-a-kind collage. This is a great activity for kids of all ages and can be adapted to different skill levels.
3. Spring Garland
Cut out spring-themed shapes from your coloring pages and string them together to create a festive garland. This is a fun and easy decoration that can be hung around the house or outside for a spring party. Kids will enjoy helping to choose the shapes and putting the garland together.
4. Spring Centerpiece
Use your spring coloring pages to create a beautiful centerpiece for your table. Cut out flowers, birds, and other spring-themed shapes and glue them to a vase or jar. Add some fresh flowers or greenery for a pop of color and you have a stunning centerpiece that will brighten up any room.
5. Spring Bookmarks
Cut out strips of your spring coloring pages and fold them in half to create bookmarks. Kids can add a ribbon or piece of yarn to the top to make them easy to use. These make great gifts for friends and family, or keep them for yourself to use throughout the season.
6. Spring Wind Chimes
Cut out spring-themed shapes from your coloring pages and attach them to a ring or hoop with string or ribbon. Hang the hoop from a tree or porch and enjoy the gentle sound of the shapes clinking together in the breeze. This is a fun and whimsical decoration that kids will love.
7. Spring Placemats
Cut out spring-themed shapes from your coloring pages and glue them to a piece of heavy-duty paper or cardstock. Laminate the paper to create sturdy placemats that can be used throughout the season. These make a great addition to any spring tablescape and can be used year after year.
8. Spring Wall Art
Cut out spring-themed shapes from your coloring pages and glue them to a canvas or piece of heavy-duty paper. Add some embellishments, such as glitter or stickers, and hang the finished product on the wall as a fun and colorful piece of art.
9. Spring Gift Tags
Cut out small spring-themed shapes from your coloring pages and glue them to the front of gift tags. Add the recipient’s name and a message on the back and you have a unique and personalized gift tag. These are perfect for spring birthdays or holidays.
10. Spring Notecards
Cut out spring-themed shapes from your coloring pages and glue them to the front of notecards. Add a message inside and you have a beautiful and personalized card. These make great thank-you cards or just-because cards for friends and family.
11. Spring Sun Catchers
Cut out spring-themed shapes from your coloring pages and glue them to a piece of contact paper. Sandwich the contact paper between two pieces of clear plastic and punch a hole in the top. Hang the finished sun catcher in a window and enjoy the colorful reflections it creates.
12. Spring Magnets
Cut out spring-themed shapes from your coloring pages and glue them to small magnets. These make great fridge magnets or can be used to decorate a filing cabinet or other metal surface. Kids will enjoy helping to make these and using them to decorate their own spaces.
13. Spring Ornaments
Cut out spring-themed shapes from your coloring pages and glue them to small pieces of cardstock or heavy-duty paper. Punch a hole in the top and thread a piece of ribbon or string through it. These make great spring decorations and can be hung around the house or outside for a spring party.
With these 13 craft ideas, you’ll be able to make the most of your spring coloring pages and create fun and festive decorations for the season. Whether you’re looking for activities for kids or adults, there’s something here for everyone. So grab your coloring pages and get crafting!