Craft Round-up: St Patrick’s and Easter projects

Oh my goodness, how time flies. It feels like we have barely had our last crafty round up and here we are again! Well, you can never have too many crafts, now can you? So with Valentine’s JUST behind us, the crafty bloggers have indeed been getting all romantic. But that is “no use to you now”… so let’s look forward instead. We have Easter and Spring coming up, as well as St Patrick’s day. I did a little Easter Craft Challenge with my G+ Craft Community and they came up trumps with a fabulous set of Easter Crafts. Do go and check them out.

In the meantime we have

shamrock-plant-markersShamrock Planters

Domestic Goddesque loves to embrace St Patrick’s day. And these cute Shamrock Planters embrace both Spring and St Pat. Perfect, I say and super simple to make.

 

 

 

st-patricks-day-craftFelt Shamrock

Of course Mollie Moo will have a Shamrock craft for us.. after all she is our crafty Irish blogger. And she has made these cute Felt Shamrocks. They look gorgeous in hair slides and hair bands. And again are easy to make!

 

 

 

valentinesrosesEgg Carton Roses

I love love love these Egg Carton Roses from PinkOddy. Egg cartons a fabulous craft material and these roses turned out just perfectly! Last year we made Egg carton Blossom Fairy Lights. We still have them and I still ADORE them. Do take a peak.

 

 

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Stone Collages

Zing Zing Tree and her girls made these wonderful Stone Collages – they made them for our Google+ Hangout (7 bloggers got together to discuss stone craft ideas). I think they are adorable. Perfect for Spring and make great gifts too!

 

 

kidschaos-dragon-shadow-puppetShadow Puppet

Uhm, ok, so not necessarily for Spring or Easter. But uhm, I really like this shadow puppet from Kids Chaos and thought it needed a share. The boys made it for our Stick Craft Hangout (ahem, yes, can see a hangout theme emerging! Well the hang outs are great fun and have been a brilliant way for me to connect with fellow crafters this month! If you want to join in, come and find us in the FB Craft Chat group).

 

pink-bird-3Thrifty Birds

So Lulastic made these for Valentines.. but I think they are just as nice as ” Spring Craft” – leave the hearts or replace them with flowers. But they are pretty and thrifty – a wonderful Bird Decoration.

 

 

 

flower-cookie-popsFlower Biscuits

If you want something “crafty from the kitchen”, check out these simple Flower Cookie Pops from Life At The Zoo. They need no “specialist” cutters and look great. The kids adored scoffing these!

 

 

 

eggyroundupEgg Science Experiments

Ahem, ok slightly less crafty, but I couldn’t resist the Egg Science Experiments that Science Sparks is sharing. They all look brilliant! And are great for Easter indeed!

 

 

 

easter bonnetEaster Bonnet

And if you are in need of an Easter Bonnet, Mummy Mummy Mum shares this cute craft idea. We also made some last year from Newspapers and they are still one of my favourite Easter crafts on Red Ted Art!

 

 

And in other news: I am super duper excited to say that Red Ted Art the book is available for pre order – and will be hitting your post boxes in the coming couple of weeks!!! I would LOVE for you to consider it – maybe as a Mother’s Day present or as a gift to a friend???

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Red Ted Art the book.

Remember next month’s round up will be coming from Me and My Shadow! And ahem, you can also find me on Theatre, Books and Movies, where I share my laters reads, theatre trips and cinema reviews.



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