Easy March Crafts

Easy March Crafts

I probably sound like a broken record, but “I can’t believe it’s almost March!”  The weather here is telling me that it’s true – 60 degrees one day, 50 mile per hour winds and flurries the next. Our March usually comes in like a lion and out like a lion, LOL.

Keeping with my theme of Easy and Not Too Cheesy crafts, I’ve chosen some to hit the major themes in March – St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, and general springtime crafts. I hope these inspire you to try some easy March crafts of your own.

These marshmallow sticks look yummy and easy, and can be adapted for any season by changing colors.

These zinnia pinecones look so cute and simple. And best yet – they require no care! I can’t kill them!

I love this simple spring wreath – clothespins, washi tape, a ring shape, ribbon – that’s it!

Another clothespin craft – I guess it will have to be “in like a lamb, out like a lamb” because I can’t find a great lion craft, LOL. I suppose you could wrap it in an orange color and put some fringe or something around the head for a lion.

For St. Patrick’s Day, we have this cute mini canvas and easel thumbprint shamrock.

I thought these folded paper garlands were really beautiful. I bet there will be a pot o’ gold at the end of one of these.

Having Easter dinner at your house, or simply love bunnies? These easy rabbit ear napkin rings will be a hit.

Seeing as I think and write in emojis, I thought these emoji Easter eggs were awesome. I think I’ll leave a bowl of them lying around, and just hold one up when I’m trying to make a point. 😉

These are probably enough to keep me busy for awhile. If you’d like more easy-ish crafts, you can check out my Crafts Even I Can Do board…

Follow The Highly Sensitive Homeschooler’s board Crafts even I can do (I think) on Pinterest.

…or my Holidays and Monthly Activities board where crafts have been known to appear on occasion. (Like the cute pot of gold cake pops I just pinned!)

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Happy crafting! Let me know if you try any and how they turn out!