Are you ready for spring? We may not be able to get out and enjoy some sunshine and spring weather yet but we can make some fun rainbow suncatcher crafts full of bright colors! They are the perfect way to add a touch of spring to your house! What says spring more than rainbows and sunshine? These ten easy suncatcher crafts are a great way to add some color to your windows and get you in the mood for spring!
10 Fun Rainbow Suncatcher Crafts for Kids
Are you ready for some fun rainbow suncatcher crafts? Follow the links below and make your own beautiful suncatchers and add a little bit of spring to your house or classroom! Don’t forget to share a picture of your suncatchers in the comments or on our Facebook page!
1.) I love these melted bead rainbow suncatchers from The Artful Parent! Your kids will get a kick out of them and they look great in any window! Plus check out how easy they are to make and how many different ways you can create with them!
2.) Craftberry Bush has two creative ways to make vibrant rainbow suncatchers with kids! I love the star and check out their creative use of recycled lids to create a brightly colored rainbow suncatcher!
3.) Still have snow and ice? Try these very cool and very beautiful Rainbow Ice Suncatchers from Twig & Toadstool! They are sure to add a touch of spring to your winter wonderland!
4.) Have pony beads on hand? Head over to Fireflies & Mudpies to make these bright and colorful beaded rainbow suncatchers with a fun (and simple!) twist that keeps them all together!
5.) Need a St. Patrick’s Day craft? These fun rainbow suncatchers with a pot of gold at the end are so cute and would look great! I love how they used recycled materials to make the rainbow! Via Peakle Pie
6.) Play Dr Hutch has some super cute and quick to prepare rainbow suncatcher crafts that your kids will love to make! You just need 2 simple supplies that you may already have in your cupboard and you’re off!
7.) Try our stained glass rainbow collages today! All you need is some contact paper and tissue paper and you’re ready to create these beautiful rainbows.
8.) These tissue paper rainbows from Mom Inspired Life are a simple and pretty craft that works fine motor skills and brings some spring to your windows.
9.) This fine motor suncatcher from Still Playing School is perfect for preschoolers and toddlers! Work those fine motor skills and learn about colors while creating a stunning rainbow suncatcher on your window with contact paper!
10.) Do you have a bunch of random craft supply odds and ends like we do? Turn them into a beautiful rainbow sticky window creation like this one from Building Blocks and Acorns.
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