You’ve probably noticed that I’ve been posting a lot of colorful spring crafts lately. That’s because winter is clinging to my little town in southeast Wisconsin and is just refusing to remove its claws. It was snowing this morning, and the other day I woke up to more snow. It’s not sticking, thank goodness, but the temps really need to start coming up so the plants can begin to sprout and the trees can bloom.
To bring a little spring into your home, we are going to make these three dimensional jars that are great for holding faux or real flowers or even these fingerprint flowers (pictured) you might have made with your kids when I posted them last year.
If you follow along on Instagram then you may have seen this post from earlier this week…
Yeah. Enough already.
Or maybe you saw this one, which is quite hilarious actually. See the barn’s “face”? I swear he wants to eat me every time I drive by. He’s probably just mad because the snow is still on the ground beneath his feet!
Stop fighting it Old Man Winter. It’s time to wave goodbye for the season. Let spring come in.
So, you can probably see why I’m dying for spring. And why I keep posting all these bright and colorful projects. I figure if I “will” spring to come in, it will come.. eventually.
I don’t have any step-by-step photos this time. Unfortunately when I downloaded these I had a problem, lost them and they couldn’t be recovered. The good news is that the steps are really easy and words should be enough.
The instructions are printable below. You can use what I used, which was an Americana Enamel 3D Writer. Or you can use Tulip 3D Fashion Paints, AKA Puffy paint. I wouldn’t recommend using a hot glue gun simply because of all the strings.
Hope you have fun with it. Happy spring!
More colorful spring crafts
Looking for more colorful spring projects? I’ve hand picked a few of my favorites below, or you can browse all the spring crafts here.
- Recycled glass jars
- 3D paint writer (we used Americana Writers in white)
- Spray paint: pink, yellow, light blue
- Wash and dry jars and give them a rinse with rubbing alcohol. Be careful not to touch the outsides of the jars with your fingers as the paint can repel from the oils in your hands.
- When jars are dry, use a three dimensional writing paint to draw designs on the sides of the jars. Allow to dry as least 5 hours, preferably overnight.
- Spray the outside of the jar with spray paint; applying several thin coats at 30 minute intervals. Several thin coats is preferable to a couple of thick coats as thicker coats tend to run. Let dry overnight.
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