Children's Crafts Inspired By Nature (Tuesday Tutorials)

The days are lightening and brightening and our thoughts are turning to Spring, full of hope for the warmth on our skins as we play outdoors and enjoy the birth of nature again. As a result of this on this week's Tuesday Tutorials, I'm sharing my favourite posts from the previous week's linky which celebrate Springtime and the wonderful nature around us;

Crafts Inspired By Nature

We've been remembering our first ever pet and mourning her passing this week with a pebble painting activity. The Boy was absolutely devastated and was keen to do something which would help him remember her, he's very proud of his memory pebble.

Children's Crafts Inspired by Nature

With Mother's Day fast approaching, and coinciding with the advent of Spring, this tulip card would be a wonderful gift for any mummy! There are more great flower craft ideas here, particularly the foam pinwheeled daffodils and origami tulips.

This Spring blossom tree is absolutely beautiful and perfect to brighten up the walls until the real flowers appear on on our blossoming trees in a few weeks time. It's particularly gorgeous as it uses all the members of the family's fingerprints.

And it would be a sorry day on this Welsh blog if I didn't acknowledge these lovely Welshy crafts; a daffodil watercolour and the many sheep crafts on this round-up post; particularly the pompom sheep!

Please go and check out the round-ups from the other Tuesday Tutorial hosts; ET Speaks From Home, Crafts On Sea and Hodge Podge Craft.

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I can't wait to see all the creativity from everyone this week, please add your ideas below!

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