Today we bring you some great springtime craft projects in honor of the Vernal Equinox from our readers’ blogs. Just click on these links to find some warmer weather projects to inspire you. And so many of these projects have tutorials you won’t want to miss!
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Brandy shares her Tree card made from paper roses.
Erin’s bridal/pin up girl style hair clips remind me of those springtime weddings.
This Easter basket tutorial from ScrapgalGR would make very cute party favors.
There are plenty of wonderful springtime stamping projects on Jana’s blog.
Linda’s beautiful Copic colored card is filled with gorgeous springtime colors.
What a great way to keep all those March memories in this mini book by Lois.
Shannon’s spring flower wreath will brighten any doorway.
Barbara’s Easter card features a cute little chick.
A total unique take on Easter is featured over at Shayna’s blog.
Connie’s felted tapestry bowl will amaze you.
The mini book inside an egg shaped box is featured on Kelly’s blog.
Deb’s Irish Easter card colored with Copic features a cute little rabbit.
Lysa’s chocolate bunny boxes would be a perfect treat for your little bunnies.
This Hello card from Cara uses some great Basic Grey papers.
Wendy’s little girl busy bee top is too cute to miss.
Kelleigh’s Mod Podged Easter Eggs are a nice change to traditional dying.
Jane’s made crocheted daffodils and she is sharing the pattern on her blog.
Why not make a little Easter basket out of a Dove soap box like Eileen did?
Kristen’s springtime bumble bee headband is adorable.
Holly’s Spring Bees card has lots of details of spring.
This is an Eggstra Special Album from Debbie.
Michele shares her tutorial for a spring yarn wreath.
Jennifer’s favorite springtime card is stamped and colored with watercolors.
Why not decoupage a vase like Sarah did?
Nikki’s ruched ribbon flower can be added to all your springtime projects.
This fabric from Luca could be used to make a lovely spring tote.
Billie shares her quilled Easter egg project.
Louise has lots of projects on her post including a gorgeous birdhouse.
There are all kinds of adorable projects on Missy’s blog including cute little bunny pillows.
Holly has a great lattice video tutorial on her blog that will be a hit all year.
Lisa’s fun ATC Wallet Tutorial uses beautiful spring tones.
There are a variety of handmade items on Slava’s blog.
This spring card from Kim features the Martha Stewart border and corner punch.
This Squigglefy Duck Dance card from Jeanette will put a smile on anyone’s face.
Megan’s spring layout features some great polaroid shots of lovely springtime flowers.
Vicki’s spring project features some german glass glitter that adds the perfect sparkle.
There are plenty of spring cards on Maria’s blog that you won’t want to miss.
Ann uses quilling to make some springtime flowers and she will tell you how on her blog.
Edie’s springtime bag is adorned with felted flowers you can learn how to make.
All kinds of felted goodies are on Thea’s blog including felted insects.
Patricia has a tutorial to make a $4 Spring Wreath on her blog.
On Jess’ blog, you can find out 5 kinds of ways to decorate your Easter eggs this year.
Charlotte has a quilled Easter egg on her blog.
Cyndi has a perfect springtime dish of roasted carrots with the recipe on her blog.
On Sue’s blog she has a tutorial and template to make a boat to sail into spring on.
Using her Cricut, Megan made this gorgeous bridal card for spring.
Now that we have inspired you, enjoy the sunshine and warmer weather by getting crafty!!